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Media landscape in Spain
Michálková, Helena ; Köpplová, Barbara (advisor) ; Provecho López, Juan Ignacio (referee)
The diploma thesis "The media landscape in Spain" aims to describe the contemporary Spanish media scene and apply the basic characteristics and particularities of the "polarized pluralist model" media system which was described by Hallin and Mancini in their book Comparing Media Systems and whose features are also allocated to other South European countries (Italy, Portugal, Greece and marginally also France) in addition to Spain. The description of the press and audiovisual media market itself is preceded by three extensive chapters dealing with press media development in Spain from its beginnings in the 17th century until today, media legislation and the concentration of media ownership. It was the development of the press (and, in the 20th century, the development of audiovisual media) which, due to its exceptionally close ties to politics, determined the shape of the contemporary Spanish media landscape, which is why the thesis focuses primarily on this topic. The historical and political development of the country and constantly changing systems of government led to frequent changes in law (press laws in particular), which makes Spain very different from other European countries in this aspect. The chapters dealing with the press and audiovisual media market refer to the weak tradition of...
Media landscape in Spain
Michálková, Helena ; Köpplová, Barbara (advisor) ; Provecho López, Juan Ignacio (referee)
The diploma thesis "The media landscape in Spain" aims to describe the contemporary Spanish media scene and apply the basic characteristics and particularities of the "polarized pluralist model" media system which was described by Hallin and Mancini in their book Comparing Media Systems and whose features are also allocated to other South European countries (Italy, Portugal, Greece and marginally also France) in addition to Spain. The description of the press and audiovisual media market itself is preceded by three extensive chapters dealing with press media development in Spain from its beginnings in the 17th century until today, media legislation and the concentration of media ownership. It was the development of the press (and, in the 20th century, the development of audiovisual media) which, due to its exceptionally close ties to politics, determined the shape of the contemporary Spanish media landscape, which is why the thesis focuses primarily on this topic. The historical and political development of the country and constantly changing systems of government led to frequent changes in law (press laws in particular), which makes Spain very different from other European countries in this aspect. The chapters dealing with the press and audiovisual media market refer to the weak tradition of...
Work in Intensive Care and its Impact on Nurse's Lifestyle
Novotná, Eva ; Herbrichová, Andrea (referee) ; Michálková, Helena (advisor)
This dissertation is concerned with the live style of nurses working at the intensive care units. The work of nurses is demanding both physically and mentally. It is carried out under time pressure and in forced pace. It is demanding for perception and memory, it requires critical thinking, high level of professional knowledge, and also skill and practical proficiency. All these are reflected on the nurse's experience and mental health. And it is physical and mental exhaustion that can be avoided by healthy life style. The aim of the dissertation was to map the life style of nurses working at intensive care units and find out how performing the profession affects the life style of the nurses. The research was concerned with healthy food, suitable relaxation, using addictive substances, and the psychological stress on the nurses. To achieve the aim of this work, a quantitative research investigation by the method of questionnaire was used 178 questionnaires from nurses working at intensive care units were used. The questionnaires were processed by descriptive statistics with graphs and tables. From the research investigation, it is clear that the nurses do not abide by the principles of healthy dieting, and the nurses realize this fact. The research investigation confirmed that nurses working at intensive...

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