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Subcultural identity of two musical subcultures in the Czech Republic - Hip-Hop and Metal
Vejvoda, Jan ; Lütke Notarp, Ulrike (advisor) ; Hroch, Miloš (referee)
The focus of this work is on the subcultural identities of two dominant music subcultures in the Czech Republic and specifically their discourse. In the theoretical part of the work, culture and subculture are first defined. Subsequently, the basic theories of discourse in a subcultural context are described. Both subcultures are then described in this work from their first appearance in the Czech cultural sphere to their current state. The practical part of this work explains the research method used, namely discourse analysis of text. The results of this analysis are then presented in the form of selected relevant elements, which are subsequently described in the context of the respective subculture. The conclusion of the work discusses both subcultural identities and compares them. The aim of this thesis is to describe subcultural identities of hip-hop and metal subcultures in the Czech Republic through discourse analysis. The main sources for the theoretical part of the work are primarily professional literature focused on culture and discourse, as well as academic papers that address the analyzed subcultures. For the practical part, selected online magazines that publish articles on hip-hop and metal themes were analyzed.
Low-potential Heat Produced by Temelin NPP and Possibilities of its Utilization
This thesis aims to provide an overview of possibilities of using low-potential waste heat produced at the CEZ Temelin Nuclear Power Plant. It also shows current technological possibilities of using low-potential heat sources in the primary form or as a waste by-product in leisure time aquapark, eventually the waste heat used as a source of central heat system supply victim village.
Burden of environmental noise caused by disposal of demolition waste and its recycling.
This bachelor?s thesis deals with the burden of environmental noise caused by disposal of demolition waste and its recycling. The theoretical part is focused on the demolition waste recycling technology and the use of recycled products. The measurements show environmental burden, and results are compared against the legislation. For activities that produce noise above noise limits, environmental noise reduction measures are determined.

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1 Vejvoda, Jakub
2 Vejvoda, Josef
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