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Transforming of Revolver Revue (1990-2000) and its Critical Analysis
Korábková, Kateřina ; Čeňková, Jana (advisor) ; Köpplová, Barbara (referee)
The aim of this thesis named Transforming of the Revolver Revue (1990-2000) and its Critical Analysis is to describe the image and development of the cultural magazine Revolver Revue, including its supplement Kritická Příloha Revolver Revue during the first decade after the 1989 "Velvet revolution". Special attention is given to its literature reviews that largely determined the reception of of the magazine. Because the magazine was strongly influenced by its underground roots and the examined period of 1990s was full of remarkable socio- political changes the historical context, especially the developments of media and literature of that period, is discussed. To get an image of the magazine's role and its transformations as seen from the outside we describe how it was received by the contemporary press. The theoretical part focuses on issues of the conception of the literary criticism, which relates to the search for the role of criticism in the 1990s and it outlines the diversity of different perspectives, concepts and attitudes. The section dedicated to Kritická Příloha includes analysis of a few chosen reviews and aims to explore the form of criticism published in this magazine. The thesis also includes interviews with the chief editor of Revolver Revue Terezie Pokorná, and with Jáchym Topol,...
The transformation of Czechoslovak regional daily press: The case of Jihočeská pravda journal
Volfová, Eliška ; Köpplová, Barbara (advisor) ; Cebe, Jan (referee)
This bachelor thesis will be focused on the process of transformation in Czechoslovakia at the beginning of the 90's of the 20th century. Specifically the author will researchs the process of transformation of regional daily press. The press (as well as another mass media) changed fundamentally in consequence of the change of political system in the late nineties. While during the most of the second half of the 20th century the regional press had been the institutions owned and controlled from the state, during the nineties passed to private property. This transformation will be described on the example of Southbohemian daily press - "Jihočeská pravda". At first the author dedicates to the form and characteristic of the newspaper before the year 1989 (more precisely between 1985-1989), including the brief view on the newspaper at the age of censorship and the supervision of their publisher - The Communist Party of Czechoslovakia. Then, this work describes the way of imaging of "the Velvet Revolution" in the newspaper and the first steps of the change of the publisher (November-December 1989). Finally the work reconstructs the way of daily press to private property, including the phenomenon of foreign owners of Czechoslovakian regional press. The bachelor thesis ends in 1993 when the process of...
Transformation of the regional press in the early 90's of the 20th century - region Českobudějovicko (South Bohemia)
Zemanová, Martina ; Köpplová, Barbara (advisor) ; Cebe, Jan (referee)
Bachelor thesis "Transformation of the regional press in the early 90's of the 20th century - region Ceskobudejovicko (South Bohemia)" presents the situation of regional and local press in the region Ceské Budejovice (South Bohemia) in the early 90's of the 20th century. The change (of the content, owner, advertisment etc.) of the regional and local press was observed. The work is divided into the chapters by the type of the press and its target group. Also Syndicate of Southbohemian journalists and its foundation was discribed. The regional and local press is presented in the context of the history and situation of the region.
The Case of Josef Odložil's Death in the Czech Press
Štěpánková, Jana ; Bednařík, Petr (advisor) ; Groman, Martin (referee)
The bachelor's thesis "The Case of Josef Odložil's Death in the Czech Press" deals with the circumstances of the death of athlete Josef Odložil, who was the ex-husband of artistic gymnast Věra Čáslavská. It focuses on Josef Odložil's tussle with his son Martin Odložil, the subsequent Josef Odložil's death, trial and presidential pardon for Martin Odložil. The aim of the thesis is to compare, on the basis of a comparative analysis, how these events were reported in the daily newspapers at that time. Four chosen periodicals are analyzed - Blesk, Mladá fronta DNES, Rudé právo/Právo and Sport. According to events, four monitored periods are defined: 7 August - 1 October 1993, 17 July - 14 August 1996, 22 November - 20 December 1996 and 17 January -14 February 1997. The analysis focuses on the number of articles in daily newspapers and in monitored periods. It also observes the first mention of selected events, the number of photographs, the number of articles on the front pages of daily newspapers and the frequency of usage of the Czech News Agency. In terms of content, the analysis of the articles focuses on the chosen headlines, the content of articles and the way of capturing events, the journalist's comments, the statements of the participants and the language which was used. It also deals with...
Constitution of the literary magazine Host in the 90s of the 20th century
Kebzová, Barbora ; Čeňková, Jana (advisor) ; Malý, Radek (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with the constitution, form and development of the literary magazine Host in the nineties of the twentieth century. To be specific, all issues of the magazine published between the years 1989 and 1997 are examined. Particular emphasis is placed on the literary- critical texts published in the Margiana section during the examined period. The theoretical part of the thesis focuses on the history of the journal and also describes the transformation of the Czech media after the events of November 1989. The production of the Czech literary magazines in the nineties of the twentieth century is also presented in this part of the thesis. Attention is also paid to the highly variable periodicity of the magazine during the years 1989 and 1997. The editors and editors-in-chief of the magazine are also mentioned. The thesis also deals with the establishment of the journal sections in the early 1990s and focuses on the group of writers who contributed to the magazine. The diploma thesis also includes a description of the graphic form of individual issues of the magazine. The main part of the thesis consists of the analysis of the Margiana section, in which the literary-critical and journalistic texts were published. The quantitative content analysis of the section reveals its genre and...
False heroes. Removal of communist monuments in Prague after year 1989
Homutová, Ludmila ; Pech, Milan (advisor) ; Bendová, Eva (referee)
False heroes. Removal of communist monuments in Prague after year 1989 This thesis will examine monuments, established to promote communist ideology, that were removed after the Velvet Revolution and in the next few years of the 1990s in an attempt to symbolically abolish former regime. Firstly it will outline the historical context. Based on contemporary periodicals and public politicians speeches it will show social discourse regarding relation towards communism and notions what the new regime should be like. After it will deal with the concept of historical memory, places of memory and their change and rewriting. It will also compare this momument removal with iconoclasm that accompanied other revolutions. In its main part the thesis will follow several cases of monument displacements of statues of heroes and leaders, constituting events and artifacts - symbols. It will attempt to demonstrate how the monuments disappeared from the public space and how these events and the removal itself helped construction of historical memory besides the creation of monuments that are supposed to commemorate communist totalitarianism. It will also mention existing monuments that were put up during years 1948 - 1989, that stir up discussion to this day and it will touch how other countries of the Eastern Bloc...
The Coming Out Process of Queer Male Teenagers in Contemporary European Cinema
Hosenseidl, Radek ; BENDOVÁ, Helena (advisor) ; VAJCHR, Marek (referee)
This thesis discusses the similarities in coming-out depictions in contemporary European cinema focusing on teenage and coming-of-age queer male characters. While based on understanding the coming out as a sociological phenomenon with strereotypical development, it allows for deviations both in reality and in film. The thesis further aims to identify common elements in films with coming-out narratives: repetitive narrative techniques, themes, characters and motives. Using the analyses of three films, the thesis also examines the importance of coming-out stories in broader film narrative.
Productions of Franz Kafka's work in directorial generation at the turn of the 1980s and 1990s in the wider context of alternative culture
Pavelková, Tereza ; AUGUSTOVÁ, Zuzana (advisor) ; SCHLEGELOVÁ, Martina (referee)
Master's thesis deals with the reception of Franz Kafka's personality and works by generations of directors at the turn of the 1980s and 1990s. The main question discussed is what Kafka's work meant for these directors, which subject it represented for them, and how their theatrical adaptations reflected the socio-political conditions of the socialist Czechoslovakia in the period of normalization. The first chapter reflects the social and cultural context of the period while focusing on the position of the theater and movement of the small scenes which belonged to the current alternative culture. The second chapter focuses on Franz Kafka's reception by 1989 and also contains a literary interpretation of his work, on which is based the main part of the thesis. There are the analyses of the productions of America (1985, J. A. Pitínský), The Trial (1989, Arnošt Goldflam), The Metamorphosis (1988, Petr Lébl) and Josephine the Singer, or the Mouse Folk (1989, Petr Lébl). On grounds of these analyses, we can argue that Kafka’s work served to the explored generation as an expression of the existential feeling of an individual in totalitarian society. The last chapter deals with The Wish to Become an Indian (1991, J.A. Pitínský), which was created after the revolution, and shows how Franz Kafka's theatrical interpretations changed at the end of totalitarianism.
Engaged poetry in 1990s in Spain
Koňaříková, Kateřina ; Sánchez Fernández, Juan Antonio (advisor) ; Holub, Jiří (referee)
This thesis deals with the creation of selected Spanish poets who belong into literary movement of engaged poetry, poetry called critical consciousness in the 90s of the 20th century. Attempts to define the characteristics of Spanish engaged poetry and to describe the differences in selected poets of this poetry movement. The work first analyse the changes in committed and social poetry in the 20th century. Follows context of literary movements in 90s, definition of social engagement, features and themes of engaged poetry. The focus is on the creation of selected poets and analysis of selected collections. The work seeks the thematic and motivic structure of poems.

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