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Analysis of inward movement of inhabitants to work in development centers and choice of means of transport
Brůha, Jiří ; Pova, Patrik (advisor) ; Říhová, Gabriela (referee)
This paper analyzes the inward movement of inhabitants to work in the development centers. These centers are cities Brno and Karlovy Vary. At first this paper describes the chosen centers Brno and Karlovy Vary and districts where the centers are placed. Then this paper describes which one means of transport is the best for inward movement to one of the centers mentioned upwards. The means of transport are described from the prize angle and the time angle. Means of transport chosen for this paper are train, bus and car. Other means of transport or combination of means of transport was not coceded. Results from this analysis show, that the selection of the best means of transport is not single valued. It is because the best means of transport from the prize angle are not in all cases the best means of transport from the time angle.
Analysis of integrated public transport systems, Brno and Bratislava
Kuča, Vít ; Jirsák, Petr (advisor) ; Mervart, Michal (referee)
This bachelor thesis is focused on the integrated public transport systems in Brno and Bratislava. The theoretical part explains the basic terms, what should help the reader to better understand how the integrated public transport systems operate. The practical part consists of the history of public transportation in both cities, then the history of integrated public transport systems, in which cities are involved and finally how both of the systems operate. In the conclusion, both systems are compared to each other.
In/Conspicuous Changes of the innerCity during Post-Socialism: Sociological and Ethnological Research in Brno
Steinführer, A. ; Pospíšilová, Jana ; Grohmannová, Jana
The paper deals with under researched urban issues in thr Czech Republic. It is particularly devoted to the inner cities, the changes occurring there during the post-socialist transition but also to some continuous and persistent patterns. Through examining the demografic, ethnic and property structures of the inner city of Brno, we shed light on some of the processes which have been occuring here during post-socialism and which should be the focus of further research.
Names of the districts of Brno
Vykypěl, Bohumil
The paper deals with the etymological explanations of names of the city of Brno districts.
Readers´ contest "Memories of Life in Brno and its surroundings" in the collections of the Institute of Ethnology at the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic in Brno
Nosková, Jana
The author focuses on a public readers´contest entitled "Reminiscences of Life and the Surroundings", which was announced in 1986 by the former Institute for Ethnography and Folklore Studies of the Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences (ÚEF ČSAV) and whose results are stored in the collections of the Ethnological Institute of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic in Brno. First the author provides information about similar challenges and contests for readers abroad and tries to define the sources that originate during these events. Next, she descibes the Brno contest and delves into the contest of its origin.
Population spatial changes in city Brno and Ostrava
Klusáček, Petr ; Krejčí, T.
The article is dealing with the issue of the population spatial changes on the territory of two secondary cities (cities with more than 200,000 inhabitants) in the Czech Republic (Brno and Ostrava) after 1989. The special attention is especially paid to the analysis of the selected basic demographic indicators (e.g. population change between 1991 and 2001 census, natural increase, net migration, index of ageing), which are connected with the processes of the second demographic transition. The contribution is also focused on some methodological questions – especially evaluation of the availability and reliability of the available statistical data for the different spatial hierarchical levels (urban districts, basic settlements units).
Career in the civil service between Brno and Vienna
Vyskočil, Aleš
One of many relations between Brno and Vienna represented civil servants. Service in Viennese central offices war a typical part of career of civil servants. Three live stories of moravian civil servants as an example political rivalry between Czech and German nation at the turn of the 20the century.
Riots in Brno. Street demonstrations during the celebration of the 60th jubilee of Franz Joseph
Nosková, Jana ; Kubíčková, J.
The article deals with the street demonstrations in Brno in 1908 that took place during the celebrations of the 60th jubilee of Franz Joseph. It is based on both Czech and German contemporary Brno newspapers. It analyses how the newspapers classified the rioters according to their nationality, it also analyses the national symbols used during the riots and it describes how national mental maps of Brno City centre were created by the journalists.
Proměny vnitřních struktur Brna pod vlivem demografických změn v období po roce 1989
Klusáček, Petr ; Martinát, Stanislav
The main purpose of this article is to observe the social and spatial consequences of the process of demographic change exampled on Brno. Spatially, the focus is especially set on inner-city old built-up residential area, which was demarcated based on the aggregation of the selected basic settlements units. The comparison uses the selected demographic characteristic from census 1991 and 2001. The ageing process is stronger in the inner city than in the other urban districts. The inner-city in Brno could be divided according to share of the inhabitants with the tertiary education to the localities with different housing conditions.
138 let vývoje urbanizace ve střední Evropě – dlouhodobé srovnání městských regionů v Rakousku a České republice
Klusáček, Petr ; Martinát, Stanislav ; Matznetter, W. ; Wisbauer, A.
Conceptually, this paper is based upon the CURB model of city region development set out by VAN DEN BERG et al. in 1982. Empirically, our paper tries to expand the original study in both time and space. In time, we are updating developments to the most recent population register data available (2007), but we also go back in urban history to the first modern census held in the Habsburg empire (1869). In terms of geographical coverage, we are adding data on the three largest mononuclear city regions in the Czech Republic, i.e. Prague, Brno and Plzen, to the three largest city regions in Austria, i.e. Vienna, Graz and Linz (these had already been included in the original CURB study).

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