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German international development cooperation in Latin America
Zavadilová, Barbora ; Handl, Vladimír (advisor) ; Eberle, Jakub (referee)
The bachelor thesis discusses the German development policy in Latin America between years 1990 and 2011. The region is not considered to be a part of German key strategic interests. However, the Federal republic plays a role of a "global donor" and supports the countries of Latin America significantly and carries out major development projects there. The thesis will firstly present the basic political context, describe the mutual relationships between Germany and Latin America and analyse key interests that are the base for the development cooperation. In the following part, the concept of a civilian power will be applied to the German development policy in the region to observe to which amount the character of the cooperation corresponds with the basic attributes of foreign policy of a normative-oriented civilian power as an ideal type. Statements of the executive representatives, government policy papers, statistical data and opinions of the academic sectors undergo the analysis.The aim of this paper is to present the development policy with the monitored region in its complexity and analyse which meanings do the German actors assign to the examined reality.
Infinite products
Zavadilová, Barbora ; Seidler, Jan (advisor) ; Kaluža, Jan (referee)
We study theory of infinite products, summarize basic definitions, terms and theorems, which we apply to some elementary examples in this work. Moreover we concern with convergence of products with real factors. We also prove required and sufficient condition of convergence or absolute convergence of infinite product. The main objective of the work is derivation of sine product formula, where we also prove the theorem of exchanging limit and infinite product. These results we use for deduction cosine product formula. 1
German international development cooperation in Latin America
Zavadilová, Barbora ; Handl, Vladimír (advisor) ; Eberle, Jakub (referee)
The bachelor thesis discusses the German development policy in Latin America between years 1990 and 2011. The region is not considered to be a part of German key strategic interests. However, the Federal republic plays a role of a "global donor" and supports the countries of Latin America significantly and carries out major development projects there. The thesis will firstly present the basic political context, describe the mutual relationships between Germany and Latin America and analyse key interests that are the base for the development cooperation. In the following part, the concept of a civilian power will be applied to the German development policy in the region to observe to which amount the character of the cooperation corresponds with the basic attributes of foreign policy of a normative-oriented civilian power as an ideal type. Statements of the executive representatives, government policy papers, statistical data and opinions of the academic sectors undergo the analysis.The aim of this paper is to present the development policy with the monitored region in its complexity and analyse which meanings do the German actors assign to the examined reality.
Teacher competence development for leading students to active citizenship
Zavadilová, Barbora ; Kovaříková, Miroslava (advisor) ; Stracený, Josef (referee)
The bachelor thesis is dedicated to the development of active civic attitude among pupils and to teacher education in this field. Active citizenship education is internationally recognized as a key aim of education and, along with current developments, its importance is ever growing. The aim of the paper is to research the value of the topic in the Czech environment, and whether it is integrated into teacher education. The theoretical part of the paper is dedicated to the definition of the topic, the possibilities of its development in the classroom, the specifics of teacher education in this regard, and available methodological resources. In the practical part, a quantitative survey was carried out among the students of the Faculty of Education at the Charles University, accompanied by a qualitative research among the representatives of the academy, as well as of the non-governmental sector. The hypothesises of the paper were verified by the survey: there is a great emphasis to the topic from the side of the teacher educators as well as of the students of teaching; currently, however, its application in practice is limited. From the side of the faculty, there is a growing tendention to cooperate with the non-governmental organisations, which dispose of high quality resources in teacher education...
Infinite products
Zavadilová, Barbora ; Seidler, Jan (advisor) ; Kaluža, Jan (referee)
We study theory of infinite products, summarize basic definitions, terms and theorems, which we apply to some elementary examples in this work. Moreover we concern with convergence of products with real factors. We also prove required and sufficient condition of convergence or absolute convergence of infinite product. The main objective of the work is derivation of sine product formula, where we also prove the theorem of exchanging limit and infinite product. These results we use for deduction cosine product formula. 1