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A comprehensive analysis of integration of EU energy markets and aspects affecting the process of integration between 2000 and 2019
Mocák, Filip ; Holubcová, Jitka (advisor) ; Mazač, Jan (referee)
This Master's thesis analysed integration process of national energy markets through non- legislative and legislative EU documents. The aim was to study integration of national energy markets and aspects that had influence on the integration process through interpretative content analysis. Additionally, the definition of internal energy market was augmented. The internal energy market requires not only competitiveness, market-based approach, customer orientation and flexibility, but it is also necessary to ensure security of supplies, diversification of suppliers, sustainability, and transparency. Four aspects were analysed. It was partially proven, that several initiatives and proposals made by the European Commission were implemented by the member states in binding EU legislation (energy packages) in the period from 2000 to 2019. The initiatives presented by the European Commission were far more ambitious. However, as it was pointed out several times in Commission's publications that progress was rather slow in transposition of EU legislation into national laws by the member states which significantly prolonged integration process. Main problems were deregulation of gas prices for end users, ownership unbundling and independence of national regulatory authorities. Next, geopolitics within the EU...
Changing the approach towards citizenship in the United Kingdom due to migration
Kycltová, Barbora ; Lukešová, Anna (advisor) ; Bauer, Paul (referee)
This bachelor's thesis is a one-case study of the approach to citizenship in the UK and the way it has been transformed by naturalization policies and migration. The issue of citizenship became the subject of many academic debates at the turn of the millennium due to the large influx of migrants and racial unrest in the country, and the subsequent introduction of citizenship tests was met with considerable controversy. The aim of this work is to map the much-discussed issue of naturalization in the UK and based on an analysis of the content of preparatory materials for the citizenship test, provide a very unique and comprehensive picture of how the approach to citizenship has changed over the years. The method of qualitative document analysis is used for the processing of publications for civic tests, and the manuals are examined by applying a predefined typology of citizenship and integration approaches in the theoretical part. The thesis assumes that due to concerns about the lack of integration of immigrant communities and the consequent tightening of measures to obtain citizenship status, there has been a change from a liberal and multicultural approach to more restrictive forms of approach to the concept of citizenship. Based on the established analysis of the work, it is concluded that the...
Influence of the project of the educational lesson Applied physical activities on the attitudes of high school students
Hrivňáková, Sára ; Pavlová, Ilona (advisor) ; Strnad, Pavel (referee)
Title: Influence of the educational project of Applied physical activities on the attitudes of high school students Objectives: The aim of my bachelor's thesis was to find out the attitudes of the third year students, potential future teachers, at the pedagogical high school, to people with physical disabilities, and to shift their views after completing the online intervention. It was an educational program of applied physical activities for 2 classes with a length of 45 minutes. Methods: An observational study aimed at comparing the attitudes of intact students towards a pupil with a physical disability before and after the intervention. A quantitative research methodology was chosen for the needs of the research survey. It was an educational program of applied physical activities for 2 classes with a length of 45 minutes. Due to the pandemic situation online form of self- designed questionnaire and Adjective Checklist. 28 students of the Futurum pedagogical lyceum were selected for the research, who underwent an online program of an educational lesson of applied Physical Activities. Results: From the results of the self-designed questionnaires and the Adjective Checklist, the assumption of a positive change in the approach of intact students to a pupil with a physical disability was confirmed....
Application of iBoccia as a means of promoting integration
Břehová, Radka ; Vařeková, Jitka (advisor) ; Křivánková, Markéta (referee)
Title: Application of iBoccia as a means of promoting integration Objectives: The aim of the Bachelor thesis was to examine the effect of participation in the one-off sport inclusive event ,,iBoccia nanečisto" consisting of playing iBoccia on a group of people with and without disabilities. Subjective impressions of the game as well as meetings for both groups and an interest in more experiences for the future were examined. Methods: The qualitative research included the organisation of the "iBoccia nanečisto" event. 6 probands were chosen for the research, of which 3 boccia players with disabilities and 3 non-disabled sport lecturers who have not yet become familiar with disabilities. For both groups, a self-design survey was used to evaluate the action. Using the semi-structured interview method, subjective opinions of non-disabled individuals about the experience of individuals with disabilities and their mobility activities were collected. Results: The survey and interview investigation confirmed the participants subjective positive impressions and pointed to the benefits of inclusive actions. Individual criteria. The individual criteria of the event were rather positive for the probands, with only the duration of the event and the weather being lower rated. The four probandi said that iBoccie...
Integrated education of children from socially disadvantaged families
Řiháčková, Nela ; Kohoutek, Jan (advisor) ; Novotný, Vilém (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with the topic of integrated education of children from socially disadvantaged families on the preschool level. This topic is currently very relevant due to recent changes in legislation and the increasing trend of inclusion of children with some type of learning disadvantage to the mainstream education. The topic of integration of socially disadvantaged children has a potential to be explored from the point of view of preschool facilities, which are participators in the issue. The main goal of this research is to identify how integration of socially disadvantaged children works in practice. This research also found out which specific methods kindergartens apply, how much does the process follow legislation and also how its employees evaluate the effectiveness of integration. The thesis also provided an overview of the tools used in integrated education through the theory of public policy instruments. The findings of this bachelor thesis came primarily from a case study of kindergarten Mozaika, which is located in Jihlava. The research goals were fulfilled thanks to experience of interviewed teachers. Findings from interviews were supplemented by data obtained from a research of literature, legislation and statistical data.
Syrian community in Czechia - differentiation of identities
Šoulová, Ivana ; Jelen, Libor (advisor) ; Čermáková, Dita (referee)
The goal of this bachelor's thesis is to examine the basic conditions of Syrian identities in the Czechia and to find out whether they have created a transnational form of identity. The analytical part is written on the basis of findings from qualitative research, which was conducted through an interviews with 15 respondents of Syrian origin living in the Czechia. Factors influencing Syrian immigration may be related to the year of their arrival in the Czechia. The identity of Syrians in the Czechia can be variable over time and is conditioned very individually. Elements of transnational identity are manifested mainly by the older generations of Syrians. The religion and surroundings in which Syrians in the Czechia grow up may have an impact on the creation of their transnational identity. The Syrian community in the Czechia is not very comprehensive and concurrently not show signs of a diasporic community. The geopolitical orientation of Syrians in the Czechia may be influenced by their ethnic or religious identity. key words: Syrians, migration, integration, transnationalism, community, identity
Folk song as an instrument of interconnecting music with other educational areas at primary school.
Radová, Lucie ; Veverková, Jana (advisor) ; Váňová, Hana (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with folk songs and their involvement in teaching beyond music education. It is divided into a theoretical part and a practical part. The theoretical part deals with folk songs and their use in schools. It contains an analysis of folk songs in textbooks for the 1st grade of primary schools published by SPN publishing house. For the completeness of the theoretical basis, the diploma thesis presents a general explanation of the concept of integration. It focuses on thematic teaching, which is a key method of connecting the subjects of this work. It presents educational areas based on the Framework Educational Programme for Basic Education and work with folk songs. The practical part consists of the design of five two-hour teaching blocks, one for each year of the first grade, which, through the use of folk song, connect two subjects. These not only form a connecting means, but are also perceived as the starting points of all activities and information sources. Each teaching block contains detailed preparation with didactic notes and hypotheses. The appendices contain the finished preparations inserted into clear tables with all materials and tasks.
Mechanisms of papillomavirus genome integration into the human chromosome
Frčková, Tereza ; Šmahelová, Jana (advisor) ; Fraiberk, Martin (referee)
Human papillomaviruses (HPV) are small non-enveloped DNA viruses that can cause malignancies in the human population. They are often associated with carcinomas in anogenital area in both men and women, but also with part of head and neck cancer. In infected cells, the HPV genome is present as a circular molecule of DNA, called an episom. Certain circumstances result into the occurrence of a linearization of the HPV genome and a subsequent integration in the human chromosome. The integration plays a role in the cell behavior and contributes to immortalization and tumor transformation. The HPV genome integration is influenced by various viral or cell factors that affect the HPV genome stability in the cell. Interaction between viral and cell protein can often lead to activation of DNA damage response, that virus exploits for replication of viral genome. Viral genome integration is also more likely to occur in certain HPV types. Another factor is the area of infection, where the neoplastic progression was studied.

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