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Slovak population of Prague
Martinák, Matej ; Ouředníček, Martin (advisor) ; Svoboda, Peter (referee)
Despite its large size and historically specific position, the Slovak population of Prague and Czechia remains relatively understudied. The aim of this bachelor's thesis is to review the history and the present of Slovaks in Prague in terms of their number and statistical records, demographic and social structure, and distribution within the city. By analyzing current and historical statistical data, an overview of the evolution of Slovak migration to Prague and of the number of Slovaks in Prague has been conducted and problems regarding data records have been clarified. Based on detailed data from the Czech statistical office an overview of the demographic and social structure of Slovaks in Prague and comparison with some relevant populations was carried out. The level of concentration was analyzed by cartographic outputs. By its broad conception of the topic, the bachelor thesis broadens the existing knowledge about one of the largest ethnic groups in the capital of Czechia. Keywords: Slovaks; Prague; urban processes; migration; social structure; spatial distribution
Comparison of population and economic development in California and Illinois in 1980 - 2010
Kopáčová, Markéta ; Jeleček, Leoš (advisor) ; Svoboda, Peter (referee)
The thesis is focused on the comparison of the population and economic development in California and Illinois between 1980 and 2010. The main purpose is to discover the major trends, differences or agreements in the development of both of these states and State Economic Areas they belong to, i.e. Pacific and East North Central. The official statistics were used for the analysis. Population development is examined by the number of residents, race and ethnicity and migration. Economic development is studied by the gross domestic product and selected characteristics related to the population and its standard of living. Results demonstrate that the population of California is growing and its racial and ethnic composition is changing whereas the population of Illinois is stagnating or growing moderately. Both states undergo the economic growth, which was however interrupted by the financial and economic crisis in recent years. Results of the comparison of the development of Pacific and East North Central indicate that the differences between divisions correspond to the differences between states. Key words: comparison, population and economic development, major trends and differences, California, Illinois, Pacific, East North Central, 1980-2010
Origin, Development and Selected Impacts of the Tourism on the U.S. National Parks 1980-2005
Svoboda, Peter ; Jeleček, Leoš (advisor) ; Siwek, Tadeusz (referee)
Origin, Development, and Selected Impacts of the Tourism on the U.S. National Parks 1980-2009 The development of tourism in the National Parks of USA based on the statistics from the years of 1980 to 2009 is examined in the thesis. The main source of information is the statistics of US National Parks taken from the NPS, United States Census Bureau, Bureau of Economic Analysis and Bureau of Labor Statistics. There are emphasizes there the quantitative changes in the visitation and variance of values at selected economic indicators, that were observed in the mentioned period of time. The data is evaluated at the federal, regional and state levels. The progress, current situation and forecast of future visitation of landscapes under control of NSP are examined in the thesis. Moreover, the thesis contains comparison of the development of tourism in the other subjects, the most important of which are the State Parks of USA and other agencies responsible for the administration of the recreational used federal land. Selected Input-Output models counted economic impact of tourism in the national parks, as well as the factors that influence development and allocation of tourists captured through the concept of Tourism Area Life Cycle can be also found in the thesis. KEY WORDS: National Parks, USA, tourism,...
Flexibility and localization of work in Czechia, 1991-2011: Analysis of the spatial aspects
Svoboda, Peter ; Ouředníček, Martin (advisor) ; Szczyrba, Zdeněk (referee) ; Květoň, Viktor (referee)
Flexibility and localization of work in Czechia 1991-2011: analysis of the spatial aspects The working process, its arrangement and its consequences have been a crucial part of a development of society in space. Work as a significant factor forming the space gets into the interest of social geography, at least until the Industrial Revolution, which led to a spatial mismatch between a place of residence and a place of work. The process of social transformation, together with the macroeconomic changes affecting post-socialist countries and the mass development of mobile information and communication technologies in the post- revolutionary period, stimulated a significant change in the issues of job localization and the differentiation of forms of work that became less embedded in the sense of temporal, spatial and functional meanings. This transformation led to irregularity of spatial movements associated with commuting to work on the one hand and its delocalization, or disappearance from physical space, and moving to the virtual space on the other. Hence, commuting to work and the relationship between home and work place is one of the crucial topics of Albertov's social geography. However, insufficient attention in domestic literature has been paid to the issue of the unembedded types of work. The...
Flexibility and localization of work in Czechia, 1991-2011: Analysis of the spatial aspects
Svoboda, Peter
Flexibility and localization of work in Czechia 1991-2011: analysis of the spatial aspects The working process, its arrangement and its consequences have been a crucial part of a development of society in space. Work as a significant factor forming the space gets into the interest of social geography, at least until the Industrial Revolution, which led to a spatial mismatch between a place of residence and a place of work. The process of social transformation, together with the macroeconomic changes affecting post-socialist countries and the mass development of mobile information and communication technologies in the post- revolutionary period, stimulated a significant change in the issues of job localization and the differentiation of forms of work that became less embedded in the sense of temporal, spatial and functional meanings. This transformation led to irregularity of spatial movements associated with commuting to work on the one hand and its delocalization, or disappearance from physical space, and moving to the virtual space on the other. Hence, commuting to work and the relationship between home and work place is one of the crucial topics of Albertov's social geography. However, insufficient attention in domestic literature has been paid to the issue of the unembedded types of work. The...
Flexibility and localization of work in Czechia, 1991-2011: Analysis of the spatial aspects
Svoboda, Peter
Flexibility and localization of work in Czechia 1991-2011: analysis of the spatial aspects The working process, its arrangement and its consequences have been a crucial part of a development of society in space. Work as a significant factor forming the space gets into the interest of social geography, at least until the Industrial Revolution, which led to a spatial mismatch between a place of residence and a place of work. The process of social transformation, together with the macroeconomic changes affecting post-socialist countries and the mass development of mobile information and communication technologies in the post- revolutionary period, stimulated a significant change in the issues of job localization and the differentiation of forms of work that became less embedded in the sense of temporal, spatial and functional meanings. This transformation led to irregularity of spatial movements associated with commuting to work on the one hand and its delocalization, or disappearance from physical space, and moving to the virtual space on the other. Hence, commuting to work and the relationship between home and work place is one of the crucial topics of Albertov's social geography. However, insufficient attention in domestic literature has been paid to the issue of the unembedded types of work. The...
Flexibility and localization of work in Czechia, 1991-2011: Analysis of the spatial aspects
Svoboda, Peter ; Ouředníček, Martin (advisor) ; Szczyrba, Zdeněk (referee) ; Květoň, Viktor (referee)
Flexibility and localization of work in Czechia 1991-2011: analysis of the spatial aspects The working process, its arrangement and its consequences have been a crucial part of a development of society in space. Work as a significant factor forming the space gets into the interest of social geography, at least until the Industrial Revolution, which led to a spatial mismatch between a place of residence and a place of work. The process of social transformation, together with the macroeconomic changes affecting post-socialist countries and the mass development of mobile information and communication technologies in the post- revolutionary period, stimulated a significant change in the issues of job localization and the differentiation of forms of work that became less embedded in the sense of temporal, spatial and functional meanings. This transformation led to irregularity of spatial movements associated with commuting to work on the one hand and its delocalization, or disappearance from physical space, and moving to the virtual space on the other. Hence, commuting to work and the relationship between home and work place is one of the crucial topics of Albertov's social geography. However, insufficient attention in domestic literature has been paid to the issue of the unembedded types of work. The...
Statements analysis of the municipal districts to the Prague Metropolitan plan
Drápelová, Kristýna ; Perlín, Radim (advisor) ; Svoboda, Peter (referee)
The bachelor thesis focuses mainly on the Metropolitan plan- the spatial plan of the capital city Prague. Especially, it deals with the statements from the municipal districts of Prague to the Metropolitan plan. In the theoretical introduction the broader concept of spatial planning and several approaches to it are explained. Further on, the thesis explains the organization of the public administration system and its four types and the connection between it, mainly because it is very important in the whole process of spatial planning. The second part of the thesis pays attention to the analysis of the municipal district. Individual statements are sorted into seven different categories, which covers mostly all of the topics of the territorial development. Additionally, there is the evaluation of each statement's category and the final summary of the work. Key words: spatial plan, public administration, public hearing, Metropolitan plan, actors
Development tendencies of work localization in Prague metropolitan region: suburbanisation of quarternary functions
Klíma, Petr ; Svoboda, Peter (advisor) ; Němec, Michal (referee)
This master's thesis deals with changes of work localization in Prague metropolitan region and concentrates on the suburbanisation of quarternary functions. Goal of the presented thesis is to analyze changes of work localization in different parts of Prague metropolitan region and discuss whether suburbanization of quarternary functions exists in Prague metropolitan region and evaluate its importance through the number of jobs in the new R&D institutions. Component goals include evaluation of the structure of jobs in new R&D institutions and evaluation of the potential for formation of cooperation with the private sector, which could lead to creation of new secondary economic centres in the periphery of the Prague metropolitan region. Other component goal finds out whether the existence of new R&D institutions can lead to changes in the social structure of the periphery and to the increased demand on social, technical and transportation infrastructure. For the purpose of analysis I used data on work commuting from 2001 and 2001 censuses, data on the number of employees in R&D institutions from the Central Bohemian innovation centre and questionnaire survey, which took place among the employees of new R&D institutions in the periphery of Prague metropolitan region. In the theoretical part I discuss...

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