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Czech Radio Broadcasting for Youth in the Period of "Normalization"
Tanclová, Petra ; Rychlík, Jan (advisor) ; Randák, Jan (referee)
This bachelor thesis is exploring the form of Czech broadcasting for children and youth within the Czechoslovak Radio in the Period of "Normalization". At that time, the ideology of the regime had to be present in some way in almost all broadcasts. Therefore, the main goal of this thesis is to find out in more detail how was the ideology present in children's and youth radio production and whether, despite the ideology, interesting and valuable broadcasts could have been created, even outside the artistic program. Via scholarly publications, various articles, as well as written and audio sources from the archives of the Czech Radio, the author describes the personnel situation and the organization in the Main Editorial Office for Children and Youth. She describes the broadcasting itself and its ideological and educational subtext, even through examples of special programs for political anniversaries and events. The attention is also paid to exceptional and valuable educational radio events for pupils of the primary school. In conclusion, the author claims that despite the general impact of the ideology, the entire program for children and youth cannot be simply condemned. The capable employees of the Main Editorial Office were not only among those who created the artistic program, but also among...
Post-war political situation in Lovosice (1945-1948)
Broul, Jan ; Čechurová, Jana (advisor) ; Randák, Jan (referee)
Příloha č. 2 Abstract In my bachelor's thesis I decided to write about the political situation in the town of Lovosice after World War II during the so-called Third Republic in the years 1945 - 1948. At the beginning, I would like to focus on the liberation of Lovosice by the Red Army and analyze the process of taking power by the National Committee, headed by Rudolf Kaftan. How the fighting took place, what influence the domestic Czech resistance had there and what was the resistance from German troops and local Germans. I would like to focus primarily on these issues. I would also like to process the subsequent expulsion of the German population from the city, where it may be interesting to follow the fates of some German families and important people. I want to find out how the expulsion of the Germans took place, in what amount, according to what rules and if there were any excesses and loss of life. I will also be interested in how the savage expulsion in 1945 differed from the organized one, which did not begin until May 1946. I also want to analyze the property relations and changes that took place during the expulsion and in the following months. I will also point out the significant demographic change of the city. Furthermore, in my work I will examine the political actions of the National...
Planning and Building of Jižní Město
Kundrát, Jan ; Randák, Jan (advisor) ; Rychlík, Jan (referee)
(in English): This bachelor thesis describes the planning and building of Jižní Město (South City), the biggest Czech housing panel estate. This Prague housing estate set was complexly projected as a self- sufficient city which would provide its inhabitants besides various types of housing also job opportunities, all civic amenities, recreation or cultural activities. This work aims to analyse these ambitious plans and illustrate the then ideas of ideal housing, city and place to live, based on the Jižní Město project. Then the text of the thesis tries to compare and confront the original ideas of Jižní Město with their realized form and thus show in which compromises the initial ideals materialized. Furthermore, the work describes what the implementation of plans in practice encountered, how the construction took place, by what it was affected and why there were changes compared to the plans of architects. Based on this, the work tries to clarify which actors participated in the planning and building and who decided on the realization or non- realization of architectural plans.
Torwads new man! Social experiment in Post-war Czechoslovakia demonstrated in the example of Emil Zátopek.
Švehla, Jan ; Šedivý, Ivan (advisor) ; Randák, Jan (referee)
In this diploma thesis I deal with the concept of a new socialist man in Czechoslovakia between 1948 and 1956 on the example of Emil Zátopek. The aim was to analyze the form of the new socialist man on the example of selected fiction, newspaper articles, visual, audio and archival material, taking into account the person of Emil Zátopek. The research was conducted using methods of discursive analysis. I approached the concept of the new socialist man as a social construct. Research has shown that the image of the new socialist man was dynamic and was misused by communist ideologues to create images of ideal citizens and emphasize the negative qualities of external and internal enemies. Exceptional personalities, such as Emil Zátopek, were shown by period propaganda as ideal citizens who were a harbinger of a new world. Zátopek's period image consists of two forms that intertwined with each other. Their combination enabled the communist propagandists to present Zátopek as a new socialist man, yet an ordinary citizen. The diploma thesis is divided into three chapters, which refer to each other. The chapters were conceived according to the image of Zátopek in contemporary propaganda.
The Phenomenon named PORTA
Hanzlík, Lubomír ; Randák, Jan (advisor) ; Fapšo, Marek (referee)
(in English) This thesis aims to present Porta Music Festival as a cultural and social phenomenon of the second half of the 1980s in Czechoslovakia on the basis of archival sources, secondary literature and our questionnaire survey.
"Film in the hands of the state is in the hands of the people" Nationalization of Cinemography in Third Republic Czechoslovakia
Danko, Marek ; Randák, Jan (advisor) ; Fapšo, Marek (referee)
(In English) The diploma thesis is about the nationalization of Czechoslovak cinema from the beginnings of reflections and preparations that led to this step, to the debates and institutional steps that occurred after the adoption of Decree No. 50 on measures in the field of film in August 1945. The thesis perceives the issue of nationalization of cinematography as a process in which the political and social changes that affected Czechoslovakia during the 1930s and 1940s were reflected. The aim of the work is to find out what circumstances led to structural and property changes in cinematography, and what these changes meant for Czechoslovak film. The thesis will be based on archival materials, periodicals and professional literature.
Tourism in Bohemian Paradise before WWI (city Turnov and neighbourhood)
Mojsl, Antonín ; Stehlík, Michal (advisor) ; Randák, Jan (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with the tourism in the Bohemian Paradise, the emphasis is on the town of Turnov that is regarded with its neighbourhood as a tourist centre of the region. The thesis describes the last third of the 19th century and the period before the First World War. The first part of the work focuses on the phenomena associated with the development of modern tourism in the observed region, such as the growing sector of services, the advent of railways or tourist organization. This section also includes chapter on the genesis of the name Bohemian Paradise (Český ráj). The other part of the thesis analyses the town Turnov and its surroundings. After a brief introduction, the thesis studies technical and material base that the town offered to the incoming visitors. The attention is turned to accommodation and catering services, summer apartments or local guide services. The main part describes the activities of the local department of the Czech Tourist Club. The department was founded in 1892 and fully took the initiative associated with the organization of tourism in the region, such as marking of hiking trails, keeping and enhancement of local landmarks, publication of promotional and guide materials, operation of tourist stations or student dormitories, and organization of lectures and...
Ritualization of death and dying in the Revolution of 1848: the cult of the dead
Randák, Jan ; Hlavačka, Milan (advisor) ; Řepa, Milan (referee)
non-traditional view of the subject of the revolutionary year of 1848. While a vast majority of the existing research has been focused on the course of the revolution, particular political camps and leaders of the contemporary movement, I have put emphasis on a phenomenon seemingly concealed and disregarded. My attention was aimed on the dead, the victims of the events of this hectic period. Death as such has indeed been a traditional interest of historians, nevertheless, reception and reflection thereof in a political or rather a revolutionary context is a fairly less regarded subject. Therefore, I have laid out an indeed concrete topíc in my thesis - ritualisation of death and dying during the revolution of 1848. A simple question is apparent: why study this subject of the dead and victims in the Czech context when no major fights occured here and thus the number of fatalities was not extreme? After reading my thesis the answer com es up as obviously as the question does: despite a relatively low body count of the Pentecost events in June 1848, a cult of the dead and victims of the revolution 1848 is present in the course of the few restless months. The cult of the dead was a sophisticated means of using the victims to promote particular interests of both the reformatory and revolutionary camp as well as...
Printed journalism in Third Czechoslovak Republic
Karas, Michal ; Randák, Jan (advisor) ; Fapšo, Marek (referee)
Bachelor thesis is focused on the printed journalism in Third Czechoslovak Republic. Topic of the thesis is studied in three fundamental fields - in institutional, associational and in opinion of journalists. Thesis is divided into seven main chapters. The first one describes and contextualizes specific period of Third Czechoslovak Republic including period view of the printed journalism and summary of main printed newspapers and magazines. The second part focuses on role of ministry of information, which was responsible for administration of the printed journalism, including her legislative determination. It is going to be research the ration of newsprint for publishing house and analysis of censorship of content in the press in this chapter. The associational life of Czech journalists describes the third part, which deals with Union of Czech Journalists (constitution and activity of organization and carrying out retribution within journalists).The fourth chapter characterises, how communist takeover in February 1948 affected the printed journalism. Last three parts analyse opinions of printed journalism of weekly magazines of Czechoslovak People's Party Obzory and Vývoj and weekly magazine Dnešek, which following on magazine Přítomnost, which was published during the First Czechoslovak Republic....
Lion power, take off the falcon forward to walk. Sokol Rožďalovice on the threshold of the new era
Čermáková, Miroslava ; Randák, Jan (advisor) ; Stehlík, Michal (referee)
The bachelor's thesis deals with the historical develompents of the Sokol Rozdalovice Gymnastics Unit from the begining of the founding of the unity in 1893 until 1953. It outlines the history of Sokol in the Czech lands. It focuses mainly in the post-war period of the Third Republic and the beginnings of the communist dictatoship. The author reflects on the steps leading to the unification of physical education and effects on falconry. In the main partsof the work with authoritative documents and correspondence of the association and focuses on the fact that your specific post-was period is reflected in the falconry activities. In monitors how political events and good conditions were evaliated in the association's documents. Another depicts the perciption of time through the teenage periodical "Newsletter Sokol Rozdalovice."

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