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Active communication of the courts in the field of presentation their decisions in relation to their media coverage
Novotný, Jan ; Chmel, Jan (advisor) ; Friedel, Tomáš (referee)
1 Active communication of the courts in the field of presentation their decisions in relation to their media coverage Abstract The thesis deals with the impact of communication activities of courts on media coverage of their decisions. Its premise is the idea of openness of justice, which can be interpretated as an effort to build and develop active and effective communication of courts with the public. However, the Czech high courts have taken very different approaches to this area, ranging from the open and active communication of the Constitutional Court to the passive and closed attitude of the Supreme Court. The thesis examines, among others, the nature of these differences and their impact on the way the media report on the decisions of the courts. The first chapter of the thesis attempts to analyse significant aspects of the active and open presentation of courts decisions and introduce its means and tools. It also examines the attitudes of domestic high courts on the issue, through the statements of their spokespersons in response to questions sent by the author. The second chapter focuses on the relationship between the courts and the media. It discusses its importance in today's society and analyses the pitfalls and risks that arise from it. It also looks at the factors influencing whether the...
Evolution of FC Manchester United logotype
Lisnychyi, Stanislav ; Slanec, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Novotný, Jan (referee)
This bachelor thesis focuses on the development of the FC Manchester United logo and its relation to club identity and marketing. The work describes the process of logo development and its symbolism from the beginning of the club's history to the present day. It also focuses on the methodologies of logo development and the significance of club identity for football clubs. Furthermore, the thesis conducts an analysis and comparison with other significant football clubs and evaluates how FC Manchester United maintains its position in the global sports industry. Emphasis is placed on the fan culture and community of FC Manchester United and the relationship of club identity to this culture. The work also includes an analysis of marketing strategies that the club utilizes to communicate with fans and maintain its global standing. Finally, the thesis summarizes the key insights regarding logo development, club identity, and marketing activities of FC Manchester United. The bachelor thesis provides a comprehensive view of one of the most significant football clubs in the world and its relationship to graphic representation. Furthermore, this bachelor's thesis will propose a new, more modern and contemporary logo for Manchester United FC.
The image of the Czech Republic on the pages of the Spanish newspaper El País
Krupková, Tereza ; Novotný, Jan (advisor) ; Miessler, Jan (referee)
The bachelor's thesis The image of the Czech Republic on the pages of the Spanish newspaper El País presents the newspaper El País in the context of the Spanish media environment and focuses on how the newspaper El País reported on the Czech Republic from 2020 until the beginning of 2023. This period was chosen so that the work could reflect and analyze, among other things, the depiction of the Czech Republic in the context of significant pan-European and thus global events, such as the covid 19 pandemic, the war in Ukraine, the Czech presidency of the EU and others. Qualitative content analysis of texts was used for data processing. This will allow us to reveal which topics and which actors enter the Spanish media environment and how information about them is framed. Keywords El País, Czech Republic, media image, qualitative analysis, Monika Zgustová
Narrative structures in Indiana Jones film series
Jeřábek, Jan Lucián ; Novotný, David Jan (advisor) ; Štoll, Martin (referee)
The diploma thesis focuses on identifying narrative structures which can be observed throughout the Indiana Jones film series from the first episode (1981) to the fourth episode (2008). It analyses the film reviews and focuses on the way in which their authors have reflected the narrative structures. The thesis also aims on the analysis of the relationship between the positive or negative nature of the reviews and the overall success of each of the films of the series. Beyond that, the thesis deals with the presence of the myths in the film series Indiana Jones and evaluates to what extent it is being reflected in each of the reviews and in the reception of the audience. The qualitative content analysis of the reviews published in journals that specialise in the coverage of film news has proven the existence of a specific narrative structure that is present throughout the Indiana Jones film series. The analysis and subsequent comparison of the reviews has shown that the film critique consensually agrees that the specific narrative structure was respect in each of the films of the series. The analysis of the reviews has also proven the existence of a direct relationship between the nature of the reviews and the overall success of the films of the series.
Czech drag scene - a series of interviews
Pukovcová, Klára ; Osvaldová, Barbora (advisor) ; Novotný, David Jan (referee)
Practical bachelor thesis Česká travesti scéna- soubor rozhovorů documents the Czech drag and travesti subculture. The main aim of the theoretical part is to introduce an interview as a journalistic genre, which is used in the practical part, and to transparently describe how the author proceeded in creating the interviews. The end of the thesis deals with the topic itself, namely travesti and drag as a kind of performance art that is closely related to expressive make-up, costumes and queer culture. The practical part consists of five journalistic interviews that capture the experiences of Czech drag and travesti artists. In semi-structured interviews, the artists talk about their own experiences or the challenges they face. They mention, for example, the impact of the American reality talent show RuPaul's Drag Race, which helped make drag globally visible, public prejudice, or financial valuation. The goal of the bachelor thesis is to create a series of interviews that will introduce this community to the reader. Additionally, the thesis describes the history, present and outlines the future of the Czech travesti/drag scene.
The perception of the term activist journalism by czech journalists
Kumsová, Ilike ; Osvaldová, Barbora (advisor) ; Novotný, David Jan (referee)
This bachelor thesis tries to anchor the term activist journalism on the basis of how Czech journalists perceive it. The thesis focuses on the historical development of objectivity, as well as the currents of journalism that deviate from it, global definitions of activism and advocacy, and these same definitions associated with branches of journalism. Objectivity and its relevance in 21st century journalism is included in the theoretical part of the thesis, along with a polemic. The practical part is devoted to qualitative semi-structured in-depth interviews with six Czech journalists and their understanding of objectivity, activism in journalism and other topics discussed in the theoretical part of the thesis. On their basis, the boundaries of Czech journalists' understanding of activist journalism are suggested as advocacy of correct opinion, absence of criticism (of a given topic) and concealment of reality are defined. At the same time, it was discovered that there is a split between what Czech journalists understand as activist journalism and its academic definition. Ilike Kumsová
Topolčianky - Summer residence of Czechoslovak presidents
Žohová, Magdalena ; Lovaš, Karol (advisor) ; Novotný, David Jan (referee)
The aim of this bachelor thesis is to present the historically significant castle of Topoľčianky and its surroundings. In the form of a radio podcast, the author presents a comprehensive information package that introduces the castle and its surroundings from a historical perspective and offers interviews with historians and locals. The podcast form in this case incorporates several well-known and defined radio genres. It combines elements of the classic interview, documentary, but also reportage. Listeners of the practical output (podcast) should learn a lot of summarized information about the historically significant place used by former rulers and presidents, led by Tomas Garrigue Masaryk, as their summer residence. The result of the work should therefore be a mapping of the site in a varied and attractive, yet informative form.
Analysis of discussion topies in the Václav Havel Library in 2012-2021
Šimůnková, Natálie ; Novotný, David Jan (advisor) ; Osvaldová, Barbora (referee)
The basic idea of the thesis is to examine the interconnection of the media field and the civic sector on the example of the Václav Havel Library - a public benefit society founded in 2004, which organizes various seminars, readings, exhibitions, lectures, debates, concerts and theatre performances. The theoretical part deals with the basic concepts of journalism and civil society, while its second section explains the specificities of the civil sector emerging from the dissident environment in the Visegrad countries. The environment of dissent also formed a significant part of the life of Václav Havel, who became a symbol of civic engagement worldwide, and the Václav Havel Library now preserves his literary, dramatic, dissident and political legacy. The ambition of this thesis is to introduce the public to the Library's production and compare its real programme schema with its media image, to reveal which programmes of the Václav Havel Library came through the media gates in 2012 and 2022, to identify the most media successful programmes and to interpret the results. The Václav Havel Library invests time and effort in promoting its productions, using its own online television channel, the Havel Channel, and establishing collaborations with media houses, which allows it to become part of the...
God behind bars: series of interviews with prison chaplains
Kulasová, Magdalena ; Novotný, David Jan (advisor) ; Lovaš, Karol (referee)
The aim of the practical bachelor's thesis God behind Bars: A Series of Journalistic Interviews with Prison Chaplains is to provide insight into the historical development of spiritual service in the Czech prison system, and in particular to describe its current form and the ways and specifics of its functioning. The series of journalistic interviews documents six personal stories in which male and female chaplains describe the reasons and motivations that led them to the vocation of prison chaplains, and share their personal experiences with this profession that they have gained during their practice. Through the interviews, the respondents characterize the chaplaincy work, the principles of prison spiritual service, and offer various perspectives on the work of spiritual professionals in Czech prisons.
Comparison of the media analysis of the Karlovy Vary International film Festival and the Jihlava Internationa Documentary Film Festival (Ji.hlava) in regional and nationwide media
Páleníčková, Nikola ; Novotný, David Jan (advisor) ; Štoll, Martin (referee)
This thesis analyzes the media coverage of select festivals in national and regional press, primarily aiming to create a comprehensive understanding of how the media handle information about the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival and the Jihlava International Documentary Film Festival. The study examines the amount of media coverage received by the festivals, as well as the topics and themes associated with them. The thesis employs a combination of quantitative and qualitative content analysis methods, which are developed through coding. The theoretical section provides a historical overview of the festivals' origins, introducing the select festivals within the context of Czech and world cinema and their broader social significance. The thesis also addresses the marketing of cultural events and the promotion of cultural activities. The second half of the thesis focuses on research methodology, its development, implementation, and data interpretation. The thesis includes an appendix with the coding book and accompanying materials, which were created based on the analysis data.

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