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General view at the problematic of affirmative action according to its development and implementation to the society
Ščerbová, Erika ; Lustigová, Martina (advisor) ; Bíba, Jan (referee)
This paper deals with problematic of affirmative action which is considered to be a controversial topics because of its ambiquous impact to the society. The programs of affirmative action are focused on the equal opportunity, diversity and human rights for women, ethnic minorities and people with disabilities, mainly in educational and employment context. The main aim of my thesis is analysed character of this topic, the special features of the history development, juridical processes and global implementation to the present society.
Populism and nationalism in the Visegrad group countries after 1990
Dražanová, Lenka ; Lustigová, Martina (advisor) ; Bureš, Jan (referee)
The bachelor thesis deals with the occurrence of populist and nationalistic tendencies in the Visegrad group countries, namely in Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary since 1990. The theoretical part addresses the definitions of the terms nation, nationalism and populism. It describes the two concepts of the nation, different types of nationalism and characterizes the term populism. It does not concern all the existing definitions, but only the concepts relevant for the purposes of the thesis.
Karel Kramář - leader of the nation?
Lustigová, Martina ; Doubek, Vratislav (advisor) ; Polišenská, Milada (referee) ; Svátek, František (referee)
In this dissertation I focus on the Czech (Czechoslovak) politician Karel Kramář and his political thought. This work describes Kramář's political career and also aims to capture the development of his political opinions. This is the first Czech attempt to bring the complete and objective political biography of the first Czechoslovak Prime Minister. Karel Kramář has always stirred emotions in Czechoslovakia, both positive and negative ones. We can study books, which praise Karel Kramář, or books, which criticize him. These books are usually from the era of the First Czechoslovak Republic. During World War II, the name of Karel Kramář was unwelcome because of his opinion on the Germans, after the year 1948 because of his attitude to the Soviet Union and the Bolsheviks. That is why we have only partial studies about some aspects of Kramář's politics. Year 1989 brought no change, except for the increased focus on Kramář's politics. In spite of this fact we still did not have the book about Karel Kramář and his political life and thought which would be written by a Czech author. We just had to read books from German historian Martina Winkler or Russian historian Elena Pavlovna Serapionova. Their work concentrated just on some topics of Kramář's political thought. The theses of this dissertation follow...
Media as a threat to democracy? The Influence of media on politics and public sphere
Půlpánová, Barbora ; Lustigová, Martina (advisor) ; Balcerová, Zdeňka (referee)
The most important factor for the right functioning of democracy is the existence of independent public sphere, which should create critical public opinion as a base for policy making. Nowadays, however, is the independence of public sphere still weak. Media play an important and rising role in this situation. They changed their position from pure mediators of informations to the main actors of social and political life. Media now represent lucrative business and their owners therefor aim for maximising of the profit. This development is associated with bulvarisation of media and loss of their critical role in society. It also influences the politics, which adapt itself in order to gain public popularity. At the same time, the politics try to manipulate media thanks to specialist on public relations or other experts on political marketing. Classical democratic triangle - society, political parties and media was replaced by new power scheme, which includes experts, media and populists political strategists, which create the public opinion instead of citizens. Society can have democratic institutions, but the culture and the way of functioning doesn't have to be democratic in all cases. The aim of this paper is therefor to describe the factors, which can spoil the relation between citizens and their political...
Role of media in international politics and conflicts
Bartošová, Simona ; Lustigová, Martina (advisor) ; Balcerová, Zdeňka (referee)
Bachelor thesis "Role of the media in international politics and conflicts" pursues position and influence of media in either international and common politics, impact of political events on the media themselves and mutual interaction of media and politics. Further follows war conflicts and their processing and submission throughout different types of media. The thesis also addresses influence of media on development in war areas, and within the study specializes on concrete territories in which so far gained theoretic knowledge is utilized to comprehend the particular situation, application of the knowledge on the particular conflict including obtaining new theoretical skills through critical evaluation of praxis in the problem area. The thesis addresses media phenomenon as itself, basic history of each kind of media, outlines common dilemma of relation politics - society, political communication and marketing role of the media (impact on voters through medial campaign or propaganda). The basic question of the thesis is how strong is medial impact within political events including armed conflicts, and whether modem (even post-modern) vision of media as a world superpower really complies with empirical praxis of present time.

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