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Esotherical aproaches in the achal women's spirituality
Konopásková, Veronika ; Štěpánová, Irena (advisor) ; Tomandl, Miloš (referee)
My work deals with the esoteric approaches to contemporary women's spirituality. I mapped the current literature on the history of the esoteric and the Czech media that is dedicated to esoteric. Historically focused literature I used to outline the development ofesoteric writing, focusing on the persecution of witches. Field research, I tried to capture the women who are devoted to esoteric, especially the interpretation of cards.
The Imigrants and their Adaptation in the Czech Republic after 1989
Matulová, Monika ; Pargač, Jan (advisor) ; Tomandl, Miloš (referee)
and key words Content of this bachelor thesis is based on a written professional case study of an immigrant group, concentrated on expatriates in the Czech Republic after the year 1989. It is an elaboration of data and detailed analysis of immigrants called expatriates, in other words immigrants in our country. Work is conceived on read literature, fieldwork and with the support of lectures at the Institute of Ethnology at the Faculty of Arts of Charlese University in Prague. The project deals mainly with issues of migration, immigration and its development from the year 1989 till today's date. Therefore it is retrospective view on a given subject and reflects the situation in our country. Offers theoretical framework, definitions and explanations of significant aspects in the area of international migration to the Czech Republic and its development.
The Relationships between Immigrants and the Authorities in the Czech Republic
Libichová, Lenka ; Šatava, Leoš (advisor) ; Tomandl, Miloš (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with the relationship between immigrants and the immigration authorities in the Czech Republic. The thesis is divided into two parts - theoretical and practical. The first one summarizes the facts about immigration authorities - the Ministry of the Interior of the Czech Republic, the Foreign Police and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic. It also discusses the causes of migration, the legal aspects and the non-governmental organizations that serves as a mediator between immigrants and the authorities. The practical part deals with the topic of immigrants and the authorities in the media and literature. It also includes a field resarch made by a qualitative method of directed interviews with the immigants, the representatives of non-governmental organizations and the representatives of the immigration authorities. The research is supplemented by an observations at Prague office of the Ministry of the Interrior. The most criticized problems of the Ministry of the Interrior is the failure to meet the statutory deadlines during the processing of applications for long-term stay, the behavior of officers and the queues of immigrants associated with a long waiting. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has a problem with VISAPOINT - an internet operation system for...
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.
Metamorphoses of Prague periphery. The former slum Na Slatinách
Viktorínová, Jana ; Pargač, Jan (advisor) ; Tomandl, Miloš (referee)
This monographical study is dedicated to the largest of the former Prague slums, to the slum Na Slatinách (Slatiny), the area of provisional housing of social excluded poor. It describes the time and circumstances of its formation in the middle 20s. It examines the creation of local community as well as its changes under the influences of political and economic forces during the second half of the 20th century. The study is further focused on interception of contemporary unsatisfactory condition of locality, on description of strong diversity of physical and social environment which is reflected in specific modified social relations and structure.
Svojšín 1900-1938: life in the village in the first period of the 20th century
Strachotová, Ivana ; Pargač, Jan (advisor) ; Tomandl, Miloš (referee)
The thesis aims to create a historical and ethnographic study based on archival sources, to handle with some selected aspects of life in a village in the first third of the 20th century - for example historical development, education, associations and partly ethnic relations - and that would be first stage to further more detailed study of the chosen topic. Surveyed villages in the timeframe 1900 - 1938 is Svojšín. A village which is situated in West Bohemia. The study draws on the record chronicles the village, parish and the Czech and German schools.
Bilingual education of Czech/Slovak - German children in the Czech republic and German-speaking countries
Hrivíková, Zuzana ; Šatava, Leoš (advisor) ; Tomandl, Miloš (referee)
This MA thesis deals with the issue of bilingual education of Czech/Slovak - German children in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, and German-speaking countries. The initial assumption is that intercultural education stresses the importance of the role mother and second language and supports bilingual education. The goal of this MA thesis is to conduct research on the issue, which at the time of globalization and free movement of persons within the EU has growing practical potential. Preliminary studies based on information available in foreignlanguage literature intend to analyse factors contributing to language acquisition / learning and those influencing psychosocial and cognitive development of children. In the qualitative and quantitative research we tried to highlight some aspects of bilingual language development of children being brought up and educated in bilingual Czech/Slovak - German environment.
Argonauti: 30 years of a youth hiking club
Pohunek, Jan ; Tomandl, Miloš (referee) ; Pargač, Jan (advisor)
This paper describes history and character of a youth hiking club from Prague called Argonauti ("Argonauts") as a representant of minor youth organizations evolved from boy scouting. Origins of the club, which can be traced to 1960- 70s, it's structure as a social group, requirements, symbolics, role of tradition, perceived elitism and paedagogic methodology are also discussed. The club itself, as a group of individuals, but with a different name, was founded shortly before 1968, and became a 11th boy-scout club of Psohlavci centre when previously banned scouting was renewed during events of the Prague Spring. As the communist regime restored it's ban on scouting, the club was re-registered under Red Cross Youth, dissolved and revived again in 1977 as a local youth hiking and watermanship centre Gemini. Argonauti were created as a foremost club in this centre and did split from Gemini at 1993, forming an independent youth centre called Argo. Neither organization re-adopted boy scouting after 1989, unlike other former scouting clubs, which were masking their scouting activities in a similar manner. These former scouting clubs and similar organizations belonging to other youth movements (like Woodcraft), including the club discussed, can be in varying degrees considered to be a part of the "grey zone", which...
The Czech language courses for foreigners: Czech language exam A1
Rakušanová, Anna ; Tomandl, Miloš (referee) ; Šatava, Leoš (advisor)
The bachelor's thesis deals with the linguistic integration and language courses of Czech for foreigners which are available in Prague. It is also trying to characterize the exam A1 of Czech language which is mandatory for foreigners from the third countries who apply for permanent residence in the Czech Republic. It also reflects the problems associated with start-up testing system. The thesis is based on terrain research, which should support the theoretical findings. The research was based on interviews with teachers of Czech language, with a foreigner who has been attending Czech courses for foreigners and with the Director of the Asylum and migration policy. Further research consisted of a questionnaire survey, which was to learn more about the exam A1 directly from the exam participants.
Alien's registration office
Libichová, Lenka ; Tomandl, Miloš (referee) ; Šatava, Leoš (advisor)
This Bachelor's thesis deals with the relationship between immigrants and the Alien's Registration Office in the Czech Republic. The thesis should be divided into two parts. The first one - Chapters 2 and 3 - summarizes the theoretical view. That is the structure and the history of the Alien's Registration Office, the structure of the immigrants and the introduction to the legal issues. However, the Alien's Registration Office is developing and the laws are changing very quickly, so the thesis is going to be past. The second part - Chapters 4 and 5 - deals with the practical problems of the Alien's Registration Office reflected in the mass media and literature and also includes the field research. The most criticized problems are the queues associated with a long waiting, a shortage of officers which are often unpleasant and the clientelism which is associated with bribery. The Alien's Registration Office tries to solve these problems, but it is a 'fight' for a long time.

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