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Ethnographic and Folcloric Aspects in the Work of Eastern Bohemian Teachers
Tomášová, Jana ; Štěpánová, Irena (advisor) ; Dědovský, Daniel (referee)
This diploma thesis is focused on the generation of committed teachers, regional eastern Bohemia patriotic activists that were interested in ethnography and folklore studies on the amateur level. The first part of the thesis introduces four profession-associates of the same generation, teachers from the end of 19th and the beginning of 20th Century. Subsequent chapters deal with wider cultural-historical context with the emphasis on the history of pedagogy and ethnology. In the thesis there is also the development of homeland studies depicted. These studies were introduced as compulsory at the beginning of 20th Century and were therefore suitable for deepening of the educational role of the school via ethnographical materials. The main focus of the thesis is on the intersection of homeland education and ethnographic activities of mentioned teachers (cooperation with professionals, interest in collecting…) as well as the analysis of their importance to the professional ethnography.
Ethnographic and Folcloric Aspects in the Work of František Ladislav Sál
Tomášová, Jana ; Štěpánová, Irena (advisor) ; Tomandl, Miloš (referee)
This bachelor thesis is focused on the Eastern Bohemia figure of a regional significance - František Ladislav Sál (1867-1941). The aim of the thesis is to depict him as a representative of the generation of educated teachers - patriotic activists who had the amateur interest in ethnology and folklore studies. The opening section of the thesis introduces both his personal life and career. The reconstruction of these is based on the study of his archive heritage. Subsequent chapter deals with wider cultural-historical context with the emphasis on the history of pedagogy and ethnology. The principle focus of the thesis is the survey of Sál's educational and pedagogical papers in which he plentifully dealt with ethnographical material (such as fairy-tales, legends and children's folklore) by means of which he taught homeland study at primary schools.
Mechanisms of muscle inflammation and clinical manifestations in patients polymyositis and dermatomyositis
Studýnková-Tomasová, Jana ; Vencovský, Jiří (advisor) ; Bartůňková, Jiřina (referee) ; Hrnčíř, Zbyněk (referee)
Idiopathic inflammatory myopathies (IIM) is a heterogeneous group of acquired diseases with varying course and prognosis nehnisavým caused by inflammation of striated muscle. Clinically they are characterized primarily by proximal muscular weakness. On the basis of specific clinical, histopathological, immunological and demographic features of the breakers can be divided into three subgroups dermatomyositis (DM), polymyositis (PM) and inclusion bodies with myositis (IBM). The aetiology of these diseases is unknown and there is also rooted difficulties with their treatment. The common objective of the project was to try to map out the mechanisms leading to inflammatory infiltration of muscles, muscle tissue edema and tissue damage, and subsequently to clinical manifestations of disease in patients with PM and DM.

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