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Crossing the line behind the stage: drugs in theatre
Rybová, Tereza ; Spalová, Barbora (advisor) ; Novotná, Hedvika (referee)
This thesis explores a specific discourse on cocaine non-use/use in the theatre environment, specifically among students and graduates of an arts college in the 20-30 age group. Thus, the research focuses on the use of psychotropic substances in a relatively privileged context. Through a phenomenological research design, an understanding of the lived experience of the actors is achieved. The data was collected through thirteen in-depth interviews. Respondents included non-users, occasional users, people in outpatient treatment and former drug distributors. The study explores how actors perceive experiences with particular drugs and how they define the boundaries of acceptability within psychotropic substance use. The thesis also focuses on what users consider essential during the act of use itself. Special attention is then given to economic relations, drug distribution and perceptions of illegality. The work also touches on the experience of abstinence and outpatient treatment. In addition to describing use in a specific theatrical setting through the eyes of the actors themselves, it is revealed how substance use is normalized in this group and how the actors (dis)define themselves from the socially supported discourse.
Bohemian wolf, evil or salvation? The view of key actors on the return of the wolf to Šumava
Baborová, Hana ; Rynda, Ivan (advisor) ; Novotná, Hedvika (referee)
Introduced diploma thesis deals with the research of the attitudes of individuals affected by the issue of wolfs returning to the National Park. Opinions were obtained through interviews and questionnaire survey. Results were also compared with previous research called Transboundary Socio-economic Monitoring Scheme in the and Bavarian Forest Mts. which also deals in part with the issue of the wolf. The work thus describes the development of public attitude over time. The aim of the work is to provide insight into local issues, describe the attitudes of individuals and define the factors that affect different views. The theoretical part describes the studied area and the beast, as well as its impact on the landscape, biodiversity and man. The practical part focuses on the specific attitudes of stakeholders, from which it derives hypotheses for the questionnaire survey. In conclusion I have evaluated the outlined goals of the work using combinations of qualitative and quantitative methods. Key words National park Gray wolf, return of the canine, view of acters, changes of perception

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