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The Phenomenon of Deterritorialization: Posting of Workers to the Czech Republic.
Trčka, Michal ; Lánský, Ondřej (advisor) ; Profant, Martin (referee) ; Lupták, Milan (referee)
The thesis deals with the general problematic aspects of posting workers within the European Union in connection with the European Commission's proposal for a revision of Directive 96/71/EC and analyses the structure of selected discourse in the debate on the given proposal. Posting, in this thesis, is regarded as a specific manifestation of the phenomenon of deterritorialization, with an emphasis on posting workers to the Czech Republic. The phenomenon of deterritorialization is considered here in three basic forms: firstly, as the deterritorialization of the modern (European) state, secondly as the deterritorialization of its borders, and thirdly as the deterritorialization of labour. The thesis employs the method of critical discourse analysis and the discourse-historical approach developed by Ruth Wodak. It focuses on an analysis of the social, historical and political context of the issue of posting workers using selected theories dealing with the phenomenon of deterritorialization and posting workers in the EU. The main part of the thesis is an analysis of the reactions and discourse strategies of selected Czech stakeholders regarding the proposal for a revision of Directive 96/71/EC, in particular that of selected government representatives. The aim of the thesis is to demonstrate, using the...
The Effect of Parental Emigration on Transformation of Values and Migration Aspiration of Children - The Case Study of University Students in Moldova
Masná, Eliška ; Drbohlav, Dušan (advisor) ; Lupták, Milan (referee)
The impact of migration on the family is increasingly discussed in academic sphere in recent years. The form of the family changes during the migration process, mainly due to the feminization of migration. This phenomenon entails several problems, one of them is the phenomenon of "children left behind" in the country of origin. Moldova, as the poorest country of Europe, has been struggling with the problem "children left behind" for many years. Since this theme has been discussed many times in the literature, the aim of this paper is to shift the knowledge of the subject a little further. The aim of the thesis is to describe and understand how the parental emigration affects their children during the childhood and what is the influence of this experience on their own planning of the future in relation to migration. The research was conducted in the form of semi structural interviews, a qualitative approach that allows understanding of the issue in depth was used. The theoretical approach of this thesis is based on the theory of cumulative causation. Generally, this theory says that migration generates migration. I have only focused on the influence of parental emigration in this process. Plans are also linked to the orientation of values. Important is not only the opinion on the country in which...
Education of political elites
Melyekhov, Yevgen ; Němec, Otakar (advisor) ; Lupták, Milan (referee)
The purpose of this bachelor's thesis is to describe and analyze the process of educating the political elite in Ukraine. Based on expert interviews with representatives of the political elite in Ukraine, particularly in Donetsk, were found specific methods of education of Ukrainian politicians and officials, the benefits and disadvantages of the current system of education of political elites were assessed, also were created a set of recommendations for improving the existing educational model. The thesis is divided into three chapters. The theoretical part analyzes the concepts of "politics", "elite" and describes the historical development of attitudes towards education elites. Second and third chapter are devoted to practical attention to the specific educational methods on the example of the whole Ukraine, and especially on the example of the Donetsk region.
Reform of the electoral system in Ukraine 1990-2012
Lakei, Iryna ; Prorok, Vladimír (advisor) ; Lupták, Milan (referee)
This thesis is focused on analyzing the reforms of the electoral system in Ukraine, during the period from gaining independence to the present. The main goal is to determine the reasons of the electoral reforms, and which political entities have become initiators of those changes in case of (non) existence inherent factors. The hypothesis of the thesis is whether political entities sought to maintain or strengthen its position in the Parliament, rather than contribute to the improvement of the electoral process.
Migration of highly skilled labor force from the Russian Federation gains and losses
Zaitceva, Tatiana ; Lupták, Milan (advisor) ; Němec, Otakar (referee)
The given thesis focuses on the analysis of the emigration of highly skilled labor force from the territory of the Russian Federation today, especially after the collapse of the Soviet Union, then finding the causes and the impact assessment of this phenomenon on the state. The first chapter concentrates on finding the causes and the scope of Russian emigration in different periods of Russian history. The second chapter describes the actual process of international migration of highly skilled workers, especially the emigration of Russian specialists abroad.
KSČM and KSS - comparison of program and social influence
Šmýrová, Barbora ; Prorok, Vladimír (advisor) ; Lupták, Milan (referee)
The thesis deals with comparison of the program and social influence of communist parties in the Czech and Slovak republic. The author deals with historical development of communist parties and regime in Czechoslovakia and extends to the present. She evaluates each party's election results, compares its programs and analyses its position on the each country's political scheme. The main goal is to find out why there are differences in KSČM and KSS electoral preferences, what factors affected its different development after 1989 and analyze its potencial in future political spectrum.
Analysis of electoral programmes of russian political parties (elections 2011)
Ibragimova, Yuliya ; Prorok, Vladimír (advisor) ; Lupták, Milan (referee)
Electoral programmes are important papers, in which party goals are presented. Ideology played a different role in drafting processes of political parties. It should be mentioned that traditionally political parties are classified according to ideological affiliation. This scheme exists till nowadays. Russian political parties are characterized by vague ideological affiliation due to immaturity of russian political scene. Analysis of electoral programmes helps to understand the nature of political spectrum. The goal of this thesis is the analysis of russian participating in parliamentary elections 2011 parties' electoral programmes. Hypothesis states, that electoral programmes are not oriented ideologicaly, but pragmaticly. The first chapter is about political parties and programmes in general, characteristics of ideological directions and states criterion for futher analysis. The second chapter conserns about tradicions, historical development of russian political scene, characteristics of present parties and their ideological affiliation. The third chapter analyzes electoral programmes 2011 from the point of view of ideological or pragmatical issues.
Russian minorities in Latvia and Estonia and the Baltic nationalism
Dzurák, Ivan ; Lupták, Milan (advisor) ; Lisa, Aleš (referee)
The thesis focuses on inter-ethnic relations in Latvia and Estonia. The aim of this paper is to analyze the position of members of Russian speaking minorities in social and political landscapes of the two Baltic countries. First chapter is devoted to the settlement evolution of Russian speaking population in Latvia and Estonia. Second part of the thesis provides a comparison of current Latvian and Estonian legal regulations related to citizenship, state language and protection of the rights of members of ethnic minorities. Last chapter analyzes the conditions of origin and spread of nationalism in Latvia and Estonia and the activity of nationalist subjects in the Latvian and Estonian political systems.
The Energy policy of the Russian Federation: Present State and Prospects
Kučera, Jakub ; Lupták, Milan (advisor) ; Lisa, Aleš (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with the energy policy of the Russian Federation in the period from 2000 to 2008 and its prospects until 2030. First of all, I analyse particular targets of the energy policy of Russia and put them in a broader framework. Consequently, I focus my attention on three economic targets that need to be met if Russia is to become an "energetic superpower". Firstly, I search for the answer to the question whether Russia has enough oil and gas for foreigner markets and whether it can provide for their export in order to be able to act successfully as an "energetic superpower". Secondly, whether Russia will succeed when exporting oil and natural gas to world markets and whether it will manage to diversify transport routes for its exports. Thirdly, whether the effort to "make the economy move" supported by raw-material exports has been successful and whether this situation can continue. The thesis further follows each answer to these questions in two dimensions of time. A hindsight shall first clarify how successful the energy policy of Russia was when meeting these targets until 2008, or what problems Russia had to face while trying to meet them. In consequence, this provides a basis for a foresight.
Efforts for autonomy in Zakarpattia Oblast of Ukraine after dissolution of Soviet Union
Tomčíková, Nelly ; Lupták, Milan (advisor) ; Lisa, Aleš (referee)
Zakarpattia Oblast of today's Ukraine has been a part of Hungarian Kingdom, Czechoslovakia, Soviet Ukraine and then, after collapse of Soviet Union, Ukraine. The main goal of this thesis is to deal with the efforts of Rusins to gain the autonomy since 1848, the economic and social potential to become the autonomous part of Ukraine today and to deal with the question whether Rusins could be considered as the nation or not. Due to isolation of this peripheral part of the state by Carpathian Mountains, Zakarpattia has always been the center of autonomic tendences. According to M. Hroch term "nation" should have its objective (by which he meant language, history, culture etc.) and subjective traits (to realize themselves as a part of the nation). There is rusin language, history and culture, but the national consciousness of beeing Rusin is still missing.

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