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Analysis of road tax in the Czech Republic
Rybáková, Lenka ; Láchová, Lenka (advisor) ; Kouba, Tomáš (referee)
The bachelor thesis deals with the analysis of collection of road tax from year 1993 to 2015. The thesis can be divided into two parts one part is theoretical and the other is practical. The theoretical part deals with the various elements of the road tax, which are based on Act No. 16/1996 Coll., about road tax, it also stress system of registration of motor vehicles in the territory of the Czech Republic. The practical part can be divided into two subchapters. The first subchapter deals with the analysis of road tax during changes in legislation and it consists of statistical calculations as an approach of the individual aspects and the second subchapter is focused on analyzes of road tax in company Fraikin Czech Republic, Ltd. At the end of the practical part, the impact of tax burden on the company is judged and some optimization precautions are advised.
National Stereotypes: the realtion between Czechs and Spanish
The aim of this bachelor thesis is to present the issue of national stereotypes which is nowadays coming to the fore across different fields of science. Within its theoretical part this topic is initially analysed in general terms and the author focuses on the characteristics of the concept of the term stereotype as well as particular aspects which clarify the creation, modification and reduction of national stereotypes. Special attention is paid to the mechanisms of transmission of the stereotypes which form a key element of the following research. These mechanisms together with a set of selected stereotypes about the Spanish people and their culture create a link between both parts of the thesis. The analysis centres around the changing views of the Czechs towrds Spaniards as a result of their increasing participation in international exchanges within Spain such as the Erasmus+ programme. This study also aims to discover the ways in which stereotypes are transmitted that have the most frequent impact on the selected sample of the respondents. The part of this thesis is a résumé in Spanish.

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