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Operation Neptun - the turning point in perceiving the Czechoslovak television as communistic instrument of propaganda
Červená, Adéla ; Železný, Jakub (advisor) ; Suk, Pavel (referee)
- version - Adéla Červená This bachelor thesis focuses on the ground-breaking importance of the Operace Neptun in the perception of the media impact of Czechoslovak Television (ČST) by the communist regimes. Until this moment, this Operation is the only known case of the misuse of ČST before year 1968 as a tool of the contemporary propaganda and spreading of disinformation. The Czechoslovak intelligence has taken the advantage of the shooting of the show Zvědavá kamera from 1964 on the topic of the secrets of the Šumava lakes. In advance of the arrival of the publicists, they have placed boxes of allegedly Nazi documents on the bottom of the Černé jezero. The highlight of the Operation was the press conference led by the Interior Minister Lubomír Štrougal in September 1964. Would the lead actor of the Operation, Ladislav Bittman, not have emigrated, the truth would have potentially never been revealed. After the period of the Prague spring, with the rise of the normalization, the abuse of ČST as the transmitter of the current propaganda became a common practice. This work focuses on two shows of the given era - Causa Jan Masaryk and Svědectví od Seiny. The communist regime used these shows to settle the accounts with chosen representatives of the Prague spring and painted their own version of the...
The comparison of medial pictures of the Velvet revolution in Mladá fronta Dnes newspapers issued in the days around 1st, 5th, 10th, 25th and 30th anniversaries of the events of the Velvet revolution
Šárka, Michal ; Suk, Pavel (advisor) ; Bednařík, Petr (referee)
The bachelor thesis compares media images in the daily newspaper Mladá fronta Dnes in selected annual years. The 1st, 5th, 10th, 25th and 30th anniversaries of the events of the Velvet Revolution were chosen for the purposes of the work. Each of the chapters presents both the content and visual aspect of individual editions in selected historical periods. By outlining the topics and space chosen by the newspaper, which the periodical provided to individual personalities of the era of the Velvet Revolution and events before and after the event, then present a comprehensive media image in the mentioned periods. The thesis is divided into seven chapters. The first offers a brief historical excursion of causal and subsequent events around the Velvet Revolution and a short introduction to the daily Mladá fronta Dnes. The main part of the bachelor thesis are the following chapters, which present individual media images in selected years, in terms of factors that may have influenced the message of the information provided and the agenda settings in the newspaper. I consider it essential to establish the topics of the researched diary and to choose the personalities that the diary chooses as important in individual periods. The design and typography of the diary have changed over time. In the same way,...
The change of content of newspapers Rudé právo in late 1989 in domestic policy
Zpěváčková, Barbora ; Suk, Pavel (advisor) ; Cebe, Jan (referee)
From 1948 to 1989, the newspaper Rudé právo was the central press authority of the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia. Its content that was presented to the public, was ideologically focused in accordance with the current propaganda line of the Communist Party. After the Velvet Revolution in 1989, the situation began to change and, above all, domestic political content began to go through considerable change. This thesis analyzes the domestic political articles that were published in the Rudé právo during 1989 - eleven months before the Velvet Revolution and the period after the Velvet Revolution until the end of 1989. This work captures what topics the texts dealt with, which topics were preferred and which were neglected. The thesis also captures and describes how and when exactly the content of the paper began to change, how the attitudes of editors and the tone of the texts has being changed, which new topics began to appear in the press and how the language and rhetoric of the newspaper have changed.
Mother - a TV series that failed. The use of ideology and propaganda in dramatic production
Gregorová, Gabriela ; Suk, Pavel (advisor) ; Růžička, Daniel (referee)
The topic of the diploma thesis is the encoding of an ideological message in normalization series of Czechoslovak Television, specifically in the series Matka (Mother). This nine-part television saga was filmed in 1975 on the occasion of the XV Congress of the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia, planned for April 1976. Most normalization series had one thing in common - through the story of ordinary people, with whom the viewers could easily identify - they passed to the viewers the attitudes, the system of rules or the interpretation of history seen through the prism of the ruling party. The series Matka also followed this practice, and using the story of a woman - a laundress - showed the development of the labour movement in Bohemia. The theoretical part of the thesis consists of clarifying the concepts - ideology, propaganda and normalization; at the same time, it reflects the history of Czechoslovak Television and its importance as one of the most powerful tools of propaganda in the period of normalization. In this respect, television series, due to the immense popularity with TV viewers, were very effective. Therefore, their essence and thematic focus in the context of the social climate are analyzed in the theoretical part, too. The used methodology, identifying and interpreting the...
Communist propaganda in the Vlasta magazine 1948 - 1956
Helikarová, Petra ; Suk, Pavel (advisor) ; Köpplová, Barbara (referee)
This thesis deals with the manifestations of the Communist propaganda in the period 1948- 1956 in the Czechoslovakian women's press, represented here by the Vlasta weekly magazine. It summarily presents the political and media situation in Czechoslovakia after World War Two and describes the two most significant organisations of the Czechoslovak women's movement at the time, together with their magazines, Československá žena and Rada žen, which preceded Vlasta. It presents the establishment of the Vlasta weekly magazine and introduces the two editors in chief, who managed the magazine in the period in question. Due to its extraordinary importance, it devotes a separate chapter to the most significant figure of the then Czechoslovak women's movement and in many aspects an exceptional personality Dr. Milada Horáková who initiated the establishment of Vlasta and published her own works in the magazine up to February 1948. After a theoretical introduction of Communist propaganda, the thesis presents its manifestations through specific examples from the content of Vlasta. The period in question is divided into three periods, the landmark year of 1948, when following the relatively independent beginning of Communist propaganda after the February Coup, this doctrine took complete control of the initially...
The reflection of the czechoslovak monetary reform in periodic newspapers from Olomouc region in comparison to broadcast newspapers with use of the documents of KSČ Olomouc and KNV Olomouc
Čapka, Karel ; Suk, Pavel (advisor) ; Knapík, Jiří (referee)
The thesis aimed to analyze the depiction of the monetary reform in 1953 in Czechoslovakia in the regional printed media in Olomouc (Stráž lidu and Časopis Krajského národního výboru Olomouc) and to compare the published reports at the regional level with the national press (Rudé právo and Svobodné slovo). A more detailed look into the situation was also provided by examining the archival documents of political authorities (HSTD, the press department of the KV KSČ in Olomouc and the KNV Olomouc) who were in charge of the analyzed newspapers and the aim was to find out whether the written instructions to individual editors on how to report about the economic changes in the newspaper were preserved. For the analysis of archival materials and preserved copies of selected newspapers, I chose the historical direct method, historical-comparative method and narrative analysis. Research in the archives did not provide direct evidence that the competent state authorities in charge of the analyzed periodicals passed instructions on what is to be printed about monetary reform to the editors of each analysed newspapers. However, the fact that the notes on instructions have not been preserved does not preclude their existence. Thanks to the historical-comparative method it was possible to find based on the...
The media image of T. G. Masaryk in selected Czech periodicals during the hilsner affair
Štefanková, Kristýna ; Suk, Pavel (advisor) ; Cebe, Jan (referee)
The bachelor thesis deals with the media image of T. G. Masaryk at the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries in selected Czech media against the background of the Hilsner affair. The text details selected media outcomes in the monitored media: Šípy, Katolické listy, Právo lidu, Čas, Národní listy. Subsequently, it characterizes their main different features, which were described after comparing selected newspaper articles. The thesis also introduces the period of the 19th century and the Czech media scene, where you can find basic information about the monitored periodicals. Paper acquaints readers in detail with the process of L. Hilsner since the murder of A. Hrůzová, through the course of the investigation to his conviction. The person of T. G. Masaryk is also thoroughly analyzed. The aim of the thesis was to confirm or disprove the hypothesis that selected Czech media published articles about Masaryk in different wording. At the end of the work we come to confirm the given hypothesis, as already suggested by the theoretical starting point of the work. The Šípy, Katolické listy and Národní listy periodicals often made a negative image of Masaryk, not only in connection with the Hilsner affair. The Právo lidu was in favor of Masaryk at the beginning of the monitored period, the articles gradually...

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