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Nationalities policy of the KSČ during the period of the First Republic
Čučela, Roman ; Charvát, Jan (advisor) ; Kubátová, Hana (referee)
This bachelor's thesis focuses on the development of the nationalities policy of the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia, from the foundation of the party in 1921 until the signing of the Munich Agreement in 1938. The objective of the thesis is to describe the ways the nationalities policy of the KSČ developed, and the reasons why it has developed in certain ways. The thesis begins with a description of views on the nationalities question of the two approaches that influenced the nationalities policy of the KSČ, the Marxist-Leninist view and the view of Bohumír Šmeral, a significant social democratic representative before the foundation of KSČ and subsequently a founder of this party, and the ethnic situation in the newly created Czechoslovak Republic. The thesis continues with a chronological analysis of the party's nationalities policy, its criticisms and incentives for its change and the changes in the policy. The thesis covers the history of the party only during instances where its nationalities policy was either directly or indirectly influenced. The bachelor thesis is also concerned with the outcomes of KSČ parliamentary elections to the Chamber of Deputies, in electoral districts based on their ethnic composition, and how these electoral outcomes changed along with the shifts in the...
Effect of a dummy on behaviour of Yellowhammer and Chiffchaff males in playback experiments
Kubátová, Hana ; Petrusková, Tereza (advisor) ; Veselý, Petr (referee)
A playback experiment in which a recording of vocalization is played to the tested subject and its response is observed, is a widely used tool for examining bird song and its functions. Most often only acoustic stimulus is used, but sometimes a visual stimulus is also provided in the form of a dummy. Taxidermic mounts or models made from different materials are used as the dummy. It is discussed among researchers, whether it is or is not necessary to use a dummy in experiments and how does its presence affect behavior of the tested individuals. However, only few studies directly focus on this issue and test the effect of dummies. The best way to test the effects of a dummy on passerines in playback experiments is to test the same individuals in both situations (with a dummy and without a dummy) and compare the reactions. The aim of this theses was to perform such experiments on Chiffchaff (Phylloscopus collybita) and Yellowhammer (Emberiza citrinella) males and to find out whether they would behave similarly in both variants of the experiment, or if their reaction would be enhanced in the presence of a dummy. Chiffchaffs reacted significantly more aggressively in the dummy experiment. The biggest difference was time spent by attacking the dummy and staying close to it. In Yellowhammers, the dummy...
Radio broadcasting of the Czechoslovak government in exile and its instrumentalisation of the Holocaust in 1939-1945
Horáková, Denisa ; Kubátová, Hana (advisor) ; Charvát, Jan (referee)
My master's thesis, entitled "The Radio Broadcasting of the Czechoslovakian Government-in- Exile and instrumentalization of the Holocaust in 1939-1945" explores the instrumentalization of the Holocaust when it comes to radio broadcasting by the Czechoslovakian government-in- exile in London during World War II. My thesis deals with exile governments and the development of the Czechoslovakian government-in-exile in London until its recognition by world powers. The text also rests on the operation and formation of radio broadcasts, as well as on the use of propaganda during World War II. The most important part of this thesis is chapter four, where I examine the radio broadcasts of politicians-in-exile on the Holocaust. It is here that I scrutinize primary sources ascertained from the Czech Radio Archive. In conclusion, I summarize the answers to the research questions asked.
The Image of George Soros Conveyed by Selected Czech Politicians
Koblížková, Anna ; Shavit, Anna (advisor) ; Kubátová, Hana (referee)
This paper examines the discourse among Czech political actors on George Soros, an American billionaire and philanthropist. The work is divided into two parts, one being theoretical and the second applied. The former defines the theoretical foundations of the study, which are then used to interpret the results of the quantitative content analysis. Given the main objective of this paper - to demonstrate that the discourse relating to the figure of George Soros is in line with the interpretation of the ​New Populism theory - the theoretical section introduces the concept of populism and its chief problematics, and subsequently describes the main characteristics of the theory of New Populism by the British political scientist, Paul Taggart. A theoretical dataset was constructed on the basis of this interpretation of populism, which is then used as a research framework for the practical analysis. The second part of this paper opens with a description of the research methodology. This includes an explanation of the process used to select research subjects, to compile the dataset (data collection methodology and definition of the time period), and to formulate the function and its variables. The next segment of the second part of this paper deals with George Soros himself, or more precisely, the wider...
Analyzing the Election Campaign in the Hlučín Region
Kroupa, Jan ; Kubátová, Hana (advisor) ; Šárovec, Daniel (referee)
This thesis deals with the question of whether and how specific value patterns and historical influences are taken into account in political communication and in the election campaign in the historical Hlučín region. It identifies the basic features of the Hlučín population, their manifestations in the present and also the historical development that preceded them. The values that make the Hlučín region a specific region are, among others, diligence, conservatism, the strong position of the church, ties to Germany and Poland, the character of the border region, a unique dialect and a sense of order. The research itself consists of a questionnaire survey in electronic form among members of political parties active in the historic region, as well as an analysis of election materials available in the press (printed and online through the Monitora interface), on the Internet and social networks, or provided by the parties themselves. The principle of adapting the political campaign utilizes the model of political marketing, especially the model of Lees-Marshment. The research of Zich, Anýžová et al. is used to identify the basic value orientations. based on the European Social Survey and other publications dealing with the history of the Hlučín region. The results of the survey and analysis show that...
The image of the position of the western woman and the western feminist movement in the woman's press in Czechoslovakia in 1948-1989
Marková, Tanja ; Gelnarová, Jitka (advisor) ; Kubátová, Hana (referee)
The Bachelor's Diploma Thesis "The Image of Women's Role in the West in Women's Magazines in Czechoslovakia in 1948-1989" discusses the different development of women's social statuses in the Eastern and Western Blocs in the bipolar world of the second half of the 20th century. The main objective of the thesis is to determine how women's magazine Vlasta depicted social status of women living in the West during the Cold War, and how the depictions influenced the changes in international relations in the respective period. The author has decided to implement the discursive analysis. Since it would be rather demanding to process all published issues of Vlasta in 1948-1989 due to the quantity, the writings for the analysis were those published around the International Women's Day. The author has decided to focus on this period because the International Women's Day was celebrated in both blocks, thus she assumes that space dedicated to women's social status in various countries is bigger in the time of the celebrations than in the rest of the year. The analysis of the figures showed that Vlasta magazine accommodated the image of women in the West and their social status to the geopolitical development of the Cold War. Intensity of how Vlasta informed the readers about unequal rights and bad living...

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