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Comparison of marketing communications of radio stations Radio Wave and Evropa 2
Šulák, Marek ; Klabíková Rábová, Tereza (advisor) ; Rosenfeldová, Jana (referee)
The bachelor's thesis "Comparison of marketing communication of Radio Wave and Europe 2" describes, analyzes and compares the marketing tools and activities of Radio Wave and Evropa 2. The work uses three research methods, namely primary descriptive analysis and subsequent comparative analysis supplemented by a method of questioning. Descriptive analysis and comparative analysis deals with the communication mix of stations. The qualitative questionnaire deals with the listeners' awareness of the marketing communication of individual stations. The aim of the thesis is to find out, how the marketing communication of radio stations differs, both of which are intended for young listeners, but have a diametrically different character.
Using of colours in marketing communication based on their perception in different cultures
Marková, Alena ; Rosenfeldová, Jana (advisor) ; Koudelková, Petra (referee)
Bachelor thesis is devoted to intercultural marketing in the connection with colour perception in different cultures. The main goal of the thesis is to reveal, whether brands work with colour schemes on their websited according to the perception of colours in different cultures. The first part of the thesis theoreticaly anchors the concept and definition of culture, where i tis focused on its aspects, asquisition or development. This part is followed by the chapter focused on intercultural marketing, which primarily describes the proces of the company's expansion into a new market. A great part of thesis is devoted to the theory of colours, their properties and, given by the aim of the work, also to how the colours are perceived in different parts of the world and what associations they evoke. In the practical part, the method of qualitative content analysis examines whether the colour palette of companies differs in different countries and if so, whether they differ in accordance with the perception of colours in these countries. McDonald's and Burger King fast food chain sites were chosen for this purpose. According to the results of the analysis, companies stick to their global concept, and if they are already working with the scheme, this is not primarily due to the perception of colours by...
Inclusion in fashion indrustry and its perception in Czech environment
Rosová, Sylvie ; Rosenfeldová, Jana (advisor) ; Koudelková, Petra (referee)
This bachelor thesis focuses on the inclusion in the fashion industry and its perception in Czech environment. At first, the topic is theoretically introduced from two points of view, one of them being the inclusion in fashion industry and second one being inclusive marketing. Theoretical part not only describes inclusion as a general topic but also concentrates on 5 in the fashion field often discriminated groups, those being: people of different race and ethnicity, plus-size people, people older than 50 years, people from LGBTQ+ community and disabled people. These groups are considered to be the most important in the area of inclusion. From the marketing point of view the paper describes how to engage each of the minority groups and how their involvement in fashion can affect customers and the company. Inclusive marketing is then explained in context of other related terms such as CSR or multicultural marketing. The practical part then put the topic of inclusion in fashion industry into the context of Czech environment. It examines and describes the way how Czech consumers perceive inclusion in fashion industry. At first, the opinion of respondents regarding inclusion in fashion industry in general is discussed. Secondly, the opinion regarding each of the 5 groups separately is discussed....
Communication activities of the sport of cheerleading in the Czech Republic (2001-2018)
Fantová, Nikol ; Halada, Jan (advisor) ; Rosenfeldová, Jana (referee)
The main aim of this bachelor thesis is to describe the communication activities used by the Czech Cheerleading Association to promote cheerleading in the Czech Republic. In the theoretical part, I focus on the definition of basic concepts, specifically the definitions of marketing communication, sports marketing and public relations. I also introduce cheerleading as a sport, its history and development. Subsequently, I also present the situation of cheerleading in the Czech Republic. In the practical part, I focus on the description of the communication of the Czech Cheerleading Association. First, I briefly describe the communication from 2001 to 2014 and after that I analyze in more detail the various communication tools between years 2015-2019. I combine the descriptive method with the findings obtained from the interviews. In the end, I summarize my findings and evaluate the current communication of the Czech Cheerleading Association.
The role of media in consumer socialization of children
Jelínková, Klára ; Rosenfeldová, Jana (advisor) ; Wolák, Radim (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with the issue of consumer socialization. Socialization is influenced by four main factors, which are the media, family, peers and school. The aim of this work is to examine the role that the media play in the process of consumer socialization. The media are examined in the context of other factors that are inseparable from each other and therefore cannot be studied separately. The theoretical part deals with the phenomenon of consumption and consumer society, which are a prerequisite for consumer socialization. It also presents basic knowledge in the field of socialization, the media as a socialization factor and, last but not least, existing knowledge and research associated with consumer socialization. Through qualitative interviews with children aged ten to twelve, data were collected, which was then interpreted by thematic analysis. The analysis shows that children reflect their consumption and consumer desires by what is happening or seen in the media. The media itself is also consumed by children, but in the environment of new media it is often a matter of prosuming, ie that children are both producers and consumers of media content. In the process of consumer socialization, the media can be perceived as a significant actor and at the same time as a link that...
Cultural specifics of the UNICEF's social marketing communication in selected countries: Czech Republic, France, USA
Hrubá, Veronika ; Lütke Notarp, Ulrike (advisor) ; Rosenfeldová, Jana (referee)
This diploma thesis called "Cultural specifics of the UNICEF's non-commercial marketing communication in selected countries: Czech Republic, France, USA" analysis and compares non-commercial marketing communication of the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) in selected countries. The study aims at understanding to which extent local culture and it values sets are represented in the UNICEF's communication on the national level. The prerequisite for this study was the fact that UNICEF had officialy adopted glocalisation to its global communication strategy. This approach is unique in combining both local as well as global communication traits. UNICEF i sone of the few non-commercial global organizations that seeks to adapt its global vision and mission to its target audience at the nation-state lavel. Therefore, i tis important to further explore it as a potential role model for other non-profit organizations.

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