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Antifa group in the USA and its relation to mainstream politics
Žádník, Jiří ; Dopieralla, Jakub (advisor) ; Novotný, Jaroslav (referee)
Title Antifa group in the USA and its relation to mainstream politics Annotation The presented bachelor thesis deals with the relationship of leading political figures of the major two political parties in the United States and the antifa movement, especially their reaction to the events of August 2017 in Charlottesville and the participation of antifa in the counterprotests against the Unite the Right rally. The paper first presents to the reader with the history of the antifascist movement in the United States up to the emergence of the first organized networks of the activist cells and the transition from ARA to AFA. Subsequently, the paper describes the preparation, organization and the actual events of August 11th and 12th. The research section of the paper analyzes firstly statements posted by the monitored political leaders on the Twitter social media, specifically their immediate reaction to the events. Secondly, articles published shortly after the events on selected news websites were analyzed, specifically how they informed about the antofa movement and its participation. Keywords antifa, antifascism, USA, Charlottesville, democrats, republicans, New York Times, Fox News
Origin and development of the National Unification
Zaic, Lukáš ; Charvát, Jan (advisor) ; Novotný, Jaroslav (referee)
The subject of this bachelor thesis is the origin and development of the political party National Unification until the merger with the Party of National Unity. The National Unification, led by Karel Kramář, Jiří Stříbrný and František Xaver Hodáč, was established in 1934 as a successor party to the significant First Republic nationally conservative Czechoslovak National Democracy. It merged with the radical nationalist and semi-fascist National League and the National Front in the hope for the unification of Czech nationalism and a good result in the elections to the National Assembly of the Czechoslovak Republic in 1935. Following the Munich Agreement, the party was merged into the National Unity Party in 1938. The work focuses on the question of the presence of anti-systemism and ideological fascist tendencies in the National Unification. From a theoretical point of view, the work will be based on the theory of Giovanni Sartori's anti-system party to determine the presence or degree of anti-systemism and whether it really showed an effort to destabilize or change the political system, typical of fascism. To do this, the methodological framework of the analysis of party external and internal manifestations and ideological development will be used, which will then be compared with the established...
Optimization of 3D printing for Flexible Machines
Novotný, Jaroslav ; Kopačka, Ján ; Čertíková, Marta ; Joch, Jaroslav ; Ježek, Ondřej
The presented research report is the main result of the project task. It is concerned with the theory of topology optimization (TO), as well as with the overview of related methods, and with the description of algorithms. Further, our own algorithm of TO is described and complemented by 2D and 3D examples. The process of TO for a griper of flexible robots is demonstrated, including the subsequent TO post-processing, preparation of 3D print-file, and 3D printing. Properties of prints, when using various 3D printers, are analyzed and documented on printed samples, including a basic economic evaluation.

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