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Repolonization and deconcentration: the importance of limiting foreign capital for the media market in Poland
Blažková, Karolína ; Moravec, Václav (advisor) ; Klimeš, David (referee)
The bachelor thesis aims to map the debate on the repolonization or deconcentration of the media in Poland after the 2015 elections when the Law and Justice party won. First, the thesis provides a basic overview of the Polish media market and its development after 1989, which is crucial for the entry of foreign investors. It also summarizes the developments surrounding the ruling party's efforts to push through two laws that could transform the ownership structure of the media, namely a law introducing a new tax on advertising and an amendment to the Broadcasting Act. These two bills were, according to experts, intended to fulfil the ruling Law and Justice Party's vision of repolonizing or deconcentrating the media. The paper then compares the amendment to the Broadcasting Act, which was intended to directly restrict foreign owners of audiovisual media in Poland, with existing legislation in other European countries such as France and Hungary. One of the chapters is devoted to the analysis of foreign capital in the Polish media market. The thesis does not omit the key event that is often referred to as 'repolonization in practice', i.e. the purchase of the regional media network Polska Press through the state-owned petrochemical company PKN Orlen. Polish politicians, journalists and media experts...
Disinformation on Czech Fake News Websites during Covid-19 Pandemic
Schneiderová, Soňa ; Moravec, Václav (advisor) ; Končelík, Jakub (referee)
The Bachelor thesis "Disinformation on Czech disinformation websites during the covid-19 pandemic" studies the content published on the disinformation media, Sputnik, Aeronet and Parlamentní listy during the covid-19 pandemic and examines it in the context of the false news phenomenon. The goal of the thesis is to analyze articles on the mentioned websites, find out what topics the articles were about and how they were changing over time. At the same time, this thesis also examines the format of the articles, the presence or absence of clickbait headlines and if their authors were anonymous or not. In the theoretical part of the thesis, the concept of false news is explained first, together with its division into misinformation, malinformation and disinformation. In the following subchapters, disinformation is discussed the most, as well as the risks connected to it, its authors and the disinformation media. The thesis also deals with the topic of legislation and the regulation of disinformation and the disinformation media. In the second part of the thesis, the research including the methodology is introduced. The research is based on a quantitative content analysis, supplemented by a qualitative content analysis. The research sample consists of a random selection of ten articles published...
Covid news of on-line media during the first strifke of an epidemic in the Czech Republic
Zajíc, František ; Moravec, Václav (advisor) ; Trunečka, Ondřej (referee)
This thesis focus to research how selected online media informed about the first wave of coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 epidemic in the Czech Republic. Specifically, this thesis focus on the signs of media panic (hysteria) in the news pieces of selected media, their frequency, proportion and manner of use. The media's content was analyzed by content analysis and some of this content was then analysed by discursive analysis. The research showed that the coverage of the spread of coronavirus dominated the media space. All selected media used elements of media panic in their news pieces, which could have effect society. The research further showed that in the use of these elements, there was not a hypothetical difference between the tabloid media and the self-declared serious media.
The motivation of participatory journalists in czech TV news programme
Šedivá, Tereza ; Moravec, Václav (advisor) ; Trunečka, Ondřej (referee)
The following Master's thesis is focused on participatory journalism. Participatory journalism has become an interesting and important part of media production since the invention of Web 2.0. In recent years, the concept of listeners and viewers creating professional news has been used by radio, television and online media all over the world, including Czech television and its ČT24 news programme. Czech TV launched a project called iReportér in 2015. People can send photos or videos of what is happening around them through a mobile application or a website. These materials, checked by editors, may be later used in a broadcast, on the website or on Czech TV social media profiles. The theoretical part of the thesis will explain main concepts necessary for understanding how participatory journalism works. For example, what is convergence, who are the produsers, what is Web 1.0., 2.0. and 3.0. It will describe what the advantages of participatory journalism are and how it is different from citizen journalism. One section will focus on ethics and another on examples of participatory journalism projects abroad and in the Czech Republic. In the practical part, the author will present applied research methods. After that, the author will evaluate data from the questionnaire survey and from in-depth...
Disinformation narratives in the Czech cyberspace in regarding the vaccination against Covid-19
Hospodárová, Klára ; Moravec, Václav (advisor) ; Miessler, Jan (referee)
The bachelor's thesis "Disinformation narratives in the Czech cyberspace in regarding the vaccination against COVID-19" in the context of the phenomenon of misleading, false or pseudo news deals with the way of the news media informing in the Czech environment combined with interpretation of not only these messages by non-professional social network users. The aim of the thesis is to find out whether there is a real correlation between professional and nonprofessional content in the same relevant period. In the theoretical part, emphasis is placed on a sufficient and, above all, comprehensible definition of terms related to the issue of information disorders, including the ordering of individual terms. In the first part of the work, facts are based on relevant sources of internal and foreign literature. In the second part of the work, I present the research background, including hypotheses and research questions. The whole thesis is based on a qualitative research method, which focuses on the analysis of articles produced by professional journalism in contrast to the posts available on the social network Facebook, whose authors are users from the general public, i.e., nonprofessional users. The results are summarized in the conclusion, which evaluates the course and knowledge gained in the...
Vaccine hesitancy: The journalistic ethics of reporting on the benefits and risks of vaccination
Mareš, Vít ; Kasík, Pavel (advisor) ; Moravec, Václav (referee)
The bachelor thesis "Vaccine hesitancy: The journalistic ethics of reporting on the benefits and risks of vaccination" examines how journalists perceive their role in reporting on health issues, with particular regard to vaccine hesitancy. The latter became a significant social issue during the COVID-19 pandemic. The theoretical part of the thesis discusses vaccine hesitancy itself, its possible causes, and the influence that news media and the journalists can have on it. The practical part is based on quantitative research using a questionnaire survey among journalists from selected Czech online media. It seeks to identify journalists specialising in health care, and to look for how their perspectives and practices differ from those of journalists in other specializations. Due to the small research sample, the research does not provide representative results, but with the help of open-ended questions it provides insight into certain areas of journalistic work related to vaccine and vaccination reporting.
Ethical aspects of usage of tapping and hidden camera in TV news and publicistics
Gaudlová, Lucie ; Lokšík, Martin (advisor) ; Moravec, Václav (referee)
The core of the thesis includes both description and analysis of ethical aspects of tapping and hidden camera in TV news and publicistics. The subject of the analysis consists of selected reports based on secret recording. These reports were broadcast either by Czech Television or TV Nova between the years 2006 and 2008. The main focus is dedicated to two investigative reports, which are significant for the development of tapping and hidden camera reporting in Czech Republic. The thesis aims to answer two fundamental questions. Under what circumstances are tapping and hidden camera ethically acceptable and secondly whether it is possible to define the border between ethical and non-ethical approach to it.
Clause of conscience and repurchase - protection of moral interests of French journalists
Pitrová, Veronika ; Moravec, Václav (advisor) ; Osvaldová, Barbora (referee)
In bachelor thesis the author dealt with the clause of conscience and the clause of repurchase, two specific tools which serve to protect the moral interests of French journalists. In her thesis, she offered the philosophical background while analyzing the text of French Labor law. Concerning the clauses, she showed the historical context, as well as the current application. Thanks to the interviews with French journalists, she could describe the advantages and disadvantages of the clauses as well as the owner"s attitude towards the clauses. Moreover she provided the personal motivations of journalists who had used one of the clauses. And to demonstrate how those tools are used in the practice, the author described two well-known cases of using the clause of conscience and the clause of repurchase.

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