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Women in Czechoslovak Armed Forces 1945-1989
Novotný, Jakub ; Rákosník, Jakub (advisor) ; Pullmann, Michal (referee)
(in English): Presented thesis intends to conduct a discourse and gender analysis of the position of women-soldiers in Czechoslovak armed forces in years 1945-1989. The goal of this thesis is to survey the relationship between the gender order of the state socialism and women-soldiers. To this end it utilizes primary sources of military command origin, the records of military schools in which women soldiers were trained, as well as civilian and military press. The discourse analysis chapter observes the changing attitudes of military command towards the utilization of women in the military and deals with a gap in women recruitment in the first half of the 1960s. It asks about motivations of women to serve in the military and carries out a statistical analysis of the social structure of women who were interested in the military occupation in the 1950s. Within the gender analysis part of this thesis, the research relationship between women- soldiers and feminine and masculine attributes, in particular with maternity and the military uniform, takes place. It also studies the disguised or suppressed nature of military masculinity in the media representation and self-presentation of women. Following that, this thesis observes images of benign and dangerous women in the military, as well as the...
Futurism and Fascism according to F. T. Marinetti (1909-1920)
Hořejší, Michal ; Kopeček Šustrová, Radka (advisor) ; Rákosník, Jakub (referee)
This bachelor's thesis deals with the political manifestos of Filippo Tommaso Marinetti, founder of the futurist movement, and how they relate to his later Manifesto of Fascism. In the first part, futurism is introduced as a palingenetic movement with a developing vision of social reform, which adopted aspects of the most influential ideologies of contemporary Italy while maintaining its own specific nuances and considering the country's particularities. All of which is represented in the manifestos. The instruments, through which the transformation of society was to be realized, are described in the second part. They are modern technologies and war. Key words: Marinetti, Futurism, Fascism, palingenetic myth, manifesto, modernity, Italy
Establishing of military area Ralsko (1945-1952)
Vobořil, Šimon ; Spurný, Matěj (advisor) ; Rákosník, Jakub (referee)
This thesis deals with the "founding period" of military area Ralsko in North Bohemia. Its aim is to describe the behavioural patterns and strategies of actors involved in the founding of this military space. It shows both the intentions of the state and individual branches of state power, and capabilities and limits of displaced inhabitants and their representatives on the local level. The thesis is primarily based on research in local and national level archives. Research results are interpreted and put into context of the emerging people's democratic state establishment in Czechoslovakia, the building of a new post-war society and the role of the formerly German-speaking borderland. Keywords Ralsko, military area, forced migration, borderlands, Česká Lípa District, post-war Czechoslovakia
Socialist legality and the Czechoslovak prosecutor's office in the 1970s
Lustig, Hubert ; Spurný, Matěj (advisor) ; Rákosník, Jakub (referee)
The subject of the thesis is to examine the understanding and function of the concept of socialist legality in the 1970s in the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic. The first part of the thesis focuses on the more general view of legal scientists and their construction of the concept of socialist legality and its contemporary functions. The second part conducts research on the General Prosecutor's Office of the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic as a specific institution that was supposed to guard socialist legality, taking into account the conclusions of the first part and comparing the theoretical scientific debate and the practices of the specific state authority. For this institution, emphasis is also placed on the attitude towards activities that were perceived as non-conformist in terms of the political system of the time. In the context of the position of the supporters of these, from the point of view of the regime, non-conformist attitudes, it will therefore be a question of reviewing the limits of socialist legality and, on a more general level, its real function, which the ruling establishment pursued through its frequent accentuation.
Ideal or mirror? Principles and ideas of the May 9 Constitution and the 1960 Constitution and their reflection in criminal and civil law
Blažková, Tereza ; Kuklík, Jan (advisor) ; Rákosník, Jakub (referee) ; Šouša, Jiří (referee)
- Ideal or mirror? Principles and ideas of the May 9 Constitution and the 1960 Constitution and their reflection in criminal and civil law. Presented thesis entitled "Ideal or mirror? The principles and ideas of the Constitution of May 9 and the Constitution of 1960 and their reflection in criminal and civil law" deals with the issue of constitutional development on the territory of Czechoslovakia after 1945. The work has several levels. It examines the role of the constitution in the process of creating other legal regulations and asks questions about the role of the constitution in society in relation to its ideological anchoring. It also focuses on examining the influence of communist ideology in constitutional law, especially in the process of adopting the constitution. The work also affects the role of constitutional values within the codification processes that followed the adoption of the May 9th Constitution and the 1960 Constitution. Criminal law and civil law were chosen as examples of these codification processes. Conceptually, the work is divided into four basic chapters. The first part of the thesis includes the definition of the topic, including the methodology, and also outlines the sources and materials used for the preparation of the dissertation. Due to the definition of the...
Living in Stalinism: Communist Party of Czechoslovakia in the Age of Terror and Building of Better Tomorrows
Lóži, Marián ; Pullmann, Michal (advisor) ; Rákosník, Jakub (referee) ; Nečasová, Denisa (referee)
The dissertation strives to analyze the functioning of the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia at the turn of the 1940s and 1950s. It deals with contemporary social processes, namely extensive geographical migrations of population, and how these conditioned the party's operation. It focuses on the conditions that prevailed in the central, regional and district ranks of the party organism. It details the activities of the hierarchical machinery, the actions and interests of individuals and entire groups within the party. It conceives party actors both as determined by their environment and as autonomous actors with complex motivations and patterns of behavior. It deals with internal party terror, which included the so-called dictatorial practice of members of the regional stalinist elite, as well as the struggle against this practice led by lower officials and active party members, all within the framework of an official campaign to find enemies in the Communist Party. It sees the conflict as a specific phenomenon with its own conditions and dynamics, which more or less differed from region to region. As a result, there was a change in the social composition of the elite and the overall exercise of power. Dissertation considers the principles of Stalinism to be a fundamental factor in this...
Castle of education and nation. Genesis, development and importance of secondary schooling in the district of Sušice between the reforms in 1869 and 1953
Hanus, Adam ; Rákosník, Jakub (referee)
The Castle of Education and the Nation is a work concerning secondary segment of schooling system in the political district of Sušice. The time scope of the work is framed by two school reforms from years 1869 and 1953. The work is divided into four topic areas. The opening part dedicates its attention to crucial literature regarding secondary schools, based on it the development of the secondary schooling in the inquired period is outlined, also the formation and evolution of secondary schooling in the political district of Sušice. Second part founded on the primary source research. All secondary schools in the political district of Sušice are analysed in detail with the emphasis put on changes in numbers of students in particular class, their gender and language composition and their geographical and socio-professional background. Emphasis is also laid on the percentage of the studying, who completed particular school successfully. The third part of this work builds on the second part. It sums up and generalises the results of the analysis and manipulates with it further using some theories from the field of history, sociology and the theory of nationalism. Especially the idea of social reproduction, social rise through secondary school education and the specific relationship of men and women to...
The women's criminality in Prague in 1918-1938.
Hron, Jakub ; Čechurová, Jana (advisor) ; Rákosník, Jakub (referee)
In his bachelor thesis, the author will focus on the prosecution and description of the form of female crime in Prague during the First Czechoslovak Republic and its reflection in the daily press. The research will be based mainly on the aforementioned contemporary (mostly Prague) press, on the basis of which the author will try to reconstruct the form and phenomena of female crime and to generally categorize it. The author will also focus on the social structure of female offenders, namely on their origin and age, and further also on the type and manner of committing the crime, its location, investigation, and punishment in the interwar period. The author will try to find and describe in more detail the cases of criminal activity of women that are typical for the examined place and period. When trying to get a closer look into the issue itself and when describing the form and functioning of the police, gendarmerie, criminal law, judiciary, prostitution, press and the Prague during the First Czechoslovak Republic, the author will draw mainly from academic literature Powered by TCPDF (
Social legislation in Czech lands in the years 1918 - 1948
Roubíková, Petra ; Kuklík, Jan (advisor) ; Kindl, Vladimír (referee) ; Rákosník, Jakub (referee)
Social legislation in Czech lands in the years 1918 - 1948 Abstract The dissertation deals with the theme of social legislation in the period of 1918-1948. i.e. during the so called First, Second and Third Czechoslovak republic. However, the foundations of the Czechoslovak laws in this area lays in the period of Austrian laws, especially from the second half of the century. Development of social legislation was directly conected with the existence of a legal regulation of modern municipal self-government and higher levels of self-government. Two very important acts were adopted in this respect: Act No. 18/1862 The empire's code implemented on 5th March 1862 "The Act on Municipal matters" and on 3rd December 1863 Act. No. 105/1863 The empire's code "The act about Domestic rights". For poor relief the "The Poverty act" (Act No. 59/1868 The provincial code) was enacted on 3rd December 1868. Based on the social policies of "stick and carrot" of Otto von Bismarck in Germany, the Austrian Government enacted series of Acts on health and other types of social insurance systems, which were not universal, but had differences for different types of workers and employees, for example for miners, factory workers or white collars. Because the Act No. 11/ 1918 Coll. of laws transferred practically all existing...
Prague Care of Orphans and Abandoned Children in the First Half of the 20th Century
Fremrová, Květa ; Čechurová, Jana (advisor) ; Rákosník, Jakub (referee)
The master thesis investigates the care of orphans and abandoned children paying special attention to how the care was executed in Prague in the 1st half of the 20th century. First, the thesis describes the general development of care of these children and of legislation. It then focuses on Prague social care of children. The orphans and abandoned children could be provided either in foster families (this form of care was more frequent) or in orphanages. Prague children were often placed outside of Prague to the so called family colonies, where the foster families were concentrated and where it was easier to control the quality of care those children attained in foster families. The other option was care in orphanages. Those could be established by the city, by the church or by an independent charity association. For each option I chose one Prague orphanage as an example. I also tried to describe the everyday life in these institutions. The last chapter focuses on the period view on advantages and disadvantages of both forms of care. Keywords: orphans, abandoned children, social care, Prague, children's homes, foster care, family colonies

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