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Modern lingual tendencies of czech music journalism
Morochovičová, Eliška ; Kraus, Jiří (advisor) ; Vedral, Jan (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with the infiltration of modern tendencies into Czech music journalism. These tendencies represent a wholly new approach to the general standards of journalism, its language and stylistics. Young authors analyzed in this thesis prefer to take rather individualistic approach to music and its reflections. Based on the study of the New Journalism and gonzo journalism in American journalism and literature, and with the application of the general standards of Czech journalism I look into the particularities of those new tendencies, describe their development in various media and analyze the written language of a number of authors. In my thesis I concentrate on various music media dated from the 1990's until now. I analyze a couple of music magazines for interest groups, the modified forms of modern tendencies in music sections of the mass media and the contemporary form of individualistic journalism in music media on the Internet.
The transformation of urban space in Instagram photographs of areas associated with terrorist attacks
Morochovičová, Eliška ; Slussareff, Michaela (advisor) ; Koubský, Petr (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with the influence of terrorist attacks on Instagram content that is shared in the immediate surroundings of locations where the attacks took place. Its primary focus is the transformation of the image of urban space near the Bataclan music club in Paris as a result of terrorist attacks in November, 2015. Using the visual content analysis of user photographs and the theoretical background of the theory of photography, visual studies and memory studies, the author investigates what image of the given place is created by shared photographs in the time before, during and after the attacks. The main conclusion is that terrorist attacks have a significant impact on the Instagram content, but it is rather short-term and their ratio of content gradually decreases over the course of six months. The thesis also presents a comparative analysis of the content shared at the time of the attacks in Paris in 2015 and in Brussels in 2016. It aims to reveal similarities as well as differences in the image of these attacks on Instagram. Above all, this analysis confirms a strong similarity of user content in all locations, but at a more detailed level it also points to their local specifics such as different forms of communication by sharing various mottos and symbols.
Representation of music mainstream and alternative in reciprocal media
Morochovičová, Eliška ; Reifová, Irena (advisor) ; Šmejkalová, Jiřina (referee)
This thesis examines the reflection of alternative music in the mainstream media and the reflection of mainstream music in the alternative media. The traditional dichotomous division of popular culture and music proposed mainly by academic fields of cultural and popular music studies provides a theoretical basis for the research. The practical part then analyses selected media content and attempts to verify the validity of these propositions in the context of contemporary music and media studies. The selected sample is composed of music articles derived from six Czech media (three of them mainstream and three alternative). The analysis itself focuses primarily on external characteristics which the author recognises from the specific references in the texts and which reflect the position of mentioned artists in the music industry, and the points of view expressed by journalists in their texts. This thesis thus aims to provide an overview of how Czech media reflect on these two allegedly oppositional contexts and deduces whether the dichotomous perception of mainstream and alternative is still relevant in contemporary music and media.
Modern lingual tendencies of czech music journalism
Morochovičová, Eliška ; Kraus, Jiří (advisor) ; Vedral, Jan (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with the infiltration of modern tendencies into Czech music journalism. These tendencies represent a wholly new approach to the general standards of journalism, its language and stylistics. Young authors analyzed in this thesis prefer to take rather individualistic approach to music and its reflections. Based on the study of the New Journalism and gonzo journalism in American journalism and literature, and with the application of the general standards of Czech journalism I look into the particularities of those new tendencies, describe their development in various media and analyze the written language of a number of authors. In my thesis I concentrate on various music media dated from the 1990's until now. I analyze a couple of music magazines for interest groups, the modified forms of modern tendencies in music sections of the mass media and the contemporary form of individualistic journalism in music media on the Internet.