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The evolution of czech hip hop media from subculture to mainstream
Mrázková, Marie ; Hroch, Miloš (advisor) ; Podzimek, Jan (referee)
This Master's thesis focuses on the history of the hip hop subculture and the character of rappers and female rappers. The aim of this thesis is to analyze chosen hip hop media in the Czech Republic and to determine what is content and also linguistic characteristic of the chosen Czech hip hop media and further to determine the role of rappers and female rappers therein as well as gender balance of the examined media content. The thesis is divided into two sections, this being theoretical and methodical section. The theoretical section firstly examines the history of the hip hop subculture from the global perspective and its evolution in the Czech Republic. The first part of the history section focuses on the main milestones of the hip hop subculture history with the prevailing orientation on music, hip hop media, and other channels of its distribution. In the chapter describing the evolution of hip hop in the Czech Republic the thesis focuses on the development of the music genre, the introduction of the significant interprets and connection of the context with the other aspects of distribution of the hip hop subculture into the mainstream. The following chapter in the theoretical section which explores the evolution of academic subculture studies, cultural studies, and post-subcultural...
Approach to dying people in hospices from the point of view of a special pedagogue
Mrázková, Marie ; Mužáková, Monika (advisor) ; Durdilová, Lucie (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with clients suffering from mental and sense disease staying in hospices in the Czech Republic. The first chapter is aimed to the history and the present of hospice and palliative care. The second chapter presents specifics of communication and approach to the clients with mental and sense disease. The third chapter deals with professional qualification of the staff working in hospices with such clients. The fourth chapter is aimed to satisfying of existence and existential needs of clients with mental and sense disease. This chapter also indicates some differences in the ways of satisfying these needs in relation to other dying people. The last part of this diploma thesis presents research project which deals with mapping of experiences of hospice staff with clients with mental and sense disease. The research also identifies the specificity of care provided to these clients and describes how the existence and existential needs of these clients are satisfied. It tries to understand how the hospice workers are given their professional competence. Qualitative type of research was used for the project; quantitative part includes semistructured dialogues and group discussion. The research part is based on analysis of seven dialogues and three group discussions with hospice...
The evolution of czech hip hop media from subculture to mainstream
Mrázková, Marie ; Hroch, Miloš (advisor) ; Podzimek, Jan (referee)
This Master's thesis focuses on the history of the hip hop subculture and the character of rappers and female rappers. The aim of this thesis is to analyze chosen hip hop media in the Czech Republic and to determine what is visual, content and also linguistic characteristic of the chosen Czech hip hop media and further to determine the role of rappers and female rappers therein. The thesis is divided into two sections, this being theoretical and methodical section. The theoretical section firstly examines the history of the hip hop subculture from the global perspective and its evolution in the Czech Republic. The first part of the history section focuses on the main milestones of the hip hop subculture history with the prevailing orientation on music, hip hop media, and other channels of its distribution. In the chapter describing the evolution of hip hop in the Czech Republic the thesis focuses on the development of the music genre, the introduction of the significant interprets and connection of the context with the other aspects of distribution of the hip hop subculture into the mainstream. The following chapter in the theoretical section which explores the evolution of academic subculture studies, cultural studies, and post-subcultural approaches. The next chapter describes different types and...
Contribution to the History of Tennis as the Olympic Sport
Mrázková, Marie ; Kovář, Martin (advisor) ; Beneš, Zdeněk (referee)
This bachelor thesis gives a coherent overview of tennis history evolution and modern olympic games. With tennis I am trying to focus on a history of tennis as itself, tennis evolution in the world and Czech republic. I mention history of tennis rules and tennis equipment. I introduce the four biggest tournaments known as the Grand Slams - Australian Open, French Open, Wimbledon, Us Open. Within the chapter history of tennis in Czech republic I chosed few Czech players and tried to describe their life and their biggest tennis accomplishments. In the second chapter of my thesis I look into the history of ancient games, establishing of the International olympic committee as well as the Czech olympic committee. In the end I connect mentioned themes with a view on the olympic tennis history and individual tennis tournaments. Keywords Tennis, sport, Olympic games, history, tournament, Grand Slam, Czech tennis, ancient games
Approach to dying people in hospices from the point of view of a special pedagogue
Mrázková, Marie ; Mužáková, Monika (advisor) ; Durdilová, Lucie (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with clients suffering from mental and sense disease staying in hospices in the Czech Republic. The first chapter is aimed to the history and the present of hospice and palliative care. The second chapter presents specifics of communication and approach to the clients with mental and sense disease. The third chapter deals with professional qualification of the staff working in hospices with such clients. The fourth chapter is aimed to satisfying of existence and existential needs of clients with mental and sense disease. This chapter also indicates some differences in the ways of satisfying these needs in relation to other dying people. The last part of this diploma thesis presents research project which deals with mapping of experiences of hospice staff with clients with mental and sense disease. The research also identifies the specificity of care provided to these clients and describes how the existence and existential needs of these clients are satisfied. It tries to understand how the hospice workers are given their professional competence. Qualitative type of research was used for the project; quantitative part includes semistructured dialogues and group discussion. The research part is based on analysis of seven dialogues and three group discussions with hospice...
The identity of gypsy children in "white" Czech families
Mrázková, Marie ; Šmídová, Olga (advisor) ; Balcar, Petr (referee)
Tendency of this article is to show, how three factual Gypsy children which were put away to creche directly after their born and which were educated with two "white" Czech families, create their identities. Basic research question was how the children construct their identities in interaction with the world and important others. My approach to this question is constructionist. I tried to find strategies of making identities. I worked with biographical stories. Simultaneously we can also speak about participate observation because I come from one of these families. Among my most important findings is the fact that children identity is influenced by parents standings and meanings. In the first family dominates a position that it is a stigma to be Gypsy in Czech racialist society. In the second family it is spoken about it that people should be valued according to their acts and not according to their flesh-colour. Gypsy child in Czech family has very difficult position because it does not properly belong to any society. Children from the first family realise their incident to Gypsies and try to manage their stigma with strategy. Child from the second family choose among both societies to obtain the biggest advantages. Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)

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