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Basic Statistical Data about the Activities of Cultural Facilities in the Czech Republic: Arts - theatres, musical ensembles,exibitions. 2. díl, Umění - divadla, hudební soubory, výstavní činnost a festivaly
Merglová, Eva ; Peroutková, Aglaja ; Razáková, Jana ; NIPOS, Národní informační a poradenské středisko pro kulturu
Předmětem zjišťování jsou činnost divadel a hudebních souborů a aktivity profesionálního výtvarného umění a architektury. Mezi nejvýznamnější šetřené ukazatele patří údaje o počtu zaměstnanců, zřizovaných souborů, provozovaných scén a sálů, odehraných představení, návštěvníků, oborů a žánrů, počtu koncertů a počtu hudebních nahrávek.
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The Impact of Having Siblings on Early Female Marriage: Evidence from Mali and Sierra Leone
Merglová, Eva ; Hulíková Tesárková, Klára (advisor) ; Kocourková, Jiřina (referee)
The Impact of Having Siblings on Early Female Marriage: Evidence from Mali and Sierra Leone Abstract Early female marriage is perceived as a persisting problem of many less-developed countries, that brings various negative consequences not only for girls but also for the society as a whole. The main objective of this bachelor thesis is to contribute to the research on possible risk factors of this traditional practice. Specifically, it investigates whether and how the number of siblings affects the probability of a girl getting married or entering into cohabiting union before her 18th birthday. Parental incentives underpinning early female marriage are discussed mainly in relation to the theory of intra-household resource allocation and sibling rivalry. Special attention is paid to the impact of sibling age structure on household decision-making process about daughters' marriage timing. Consequently, an empirical test is conducted for two West African countries, Mali and Sierra Leone, using data from the latest available Demographic and Health Surveys. Based on the empirical analysis of this data, there is no evidence that the total number of siblings or their age structure has any significant impact on the probability of a girl getting married or entering into union early in the countries under study.
Investigating Infant Mortality in New Zealand: Does Ethnicity Matter?
Merglová, Eva ; Pechholdová, Markéta (advisor) ; Nývlt, Ondřej (referee)
The existence of differences in the chance of survival of infants based on their ethnicity is a phenomenon known from various countries. The aim of this thesis is to add to the related body of research by conducting a complex differential analysis of infant mortality in main ethnic groups of New Zealand. Based on its findings, it should be possible to target supportive health and education programs more precisely. The analysis was performed using data supplied by the Ministry of Health of New Zealand and its results suggest that while some differences can be identified between ethnic groups under study based on age of infant, birth weight, length of pregnancy, age of mother, and primary cause of death, there does not seem to be a difference in the influence of infant's sex.

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