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Vietnam close by and far away. Children of Vietnamese descent in Czech Republic form the perspective of transnationalism.
Svobodová, Andrea ; Janská, Eva (advisor) ; Baar, Vladimír (referee) ; Šatava, Leoš (referee)
This dissertation is based on a narrative analysis of eighteen life biographies of children of Vietnamese descent in Czech Republic. It shows that these young people lives are embedded in a "transnational social space", which spans between two geographical regions of Vietnam and Czech Republic, and which leaves them exposed to a set of social expectations, cultural values and patterns of human interaction, that are shaped by more than one political, economic and social system. It also describes how these people, through multiple connected social networks and social relationships, transform cultural practices, interpretations, experiences and identities, which deconstructs the idea of integrity between place, identity and culture. Although the primary aim of the work is to analyse how children of Vietnamese operate in transnationalized social and cultural contexts, transnational practices, such as homeland visits, kinship ties and sending remittances are also being explored. In doing so the children of Vietnamese migrants are neither perceived as "existing in vacuum" nor are their identities described as "deterritorialized". The work pays also attention to the question how their lives and identities are shaped on the backdrop of discursive fields and power relationships in particular localities. Key...
The generations of Vietnamese living in the Czech Republic and their integration into society
Křížalová, Iva ; Kolář, Pavel (advisor) ; Váňová, Miroslava (referee)
The aim of this work is to clarify the integration of Vietnamese living in the Czech Republic as well as the associated reasons for their arrival in the country. The data obtained from a questionnaire survey, given to random group of respondents that minority, I compiled using graphs. Carried out a questionnaire survey, I found that the rate of integration is very small, especially among older generations. The contribution of this work is a proposal to raise awareness of this minority through outreach workers. This work is solved in the context of better relations, and increases the interest of minority integration between Vietnamese and Czech companies.
Particals in moder vietmese language
Slavická, Binh ; Vrhel, František (advisor) ; Vasiljev, Ivo (referee) ; Strašáková, Mária (referee)
This doctoral thesis is concerned with particles in modern Vietnamese. Although Vietnamese particles form a small group of synsemantic words, they play a very important role in expressing the attitude of the speaker to the hearer/listener and to the message content as well as expressing grammatical and modal relationships within the sentence. The group includes particles positioned at the end of the sentence, particles appearing before a word as well as at the beginning of a phrase or a sentence. Despite their important function, particles in Vietnamese still are a scarcely explored topic. Particles have been explored usually as part of grammar books; so far, there are only few monographs on the topic of particles. Almost all works deal with a small number of particles and focus especially on those appearing at the end of the sentence. This work is concerned with particles at the end of the sentence as well as particles preceding a word, a phrase, or a sentence. It examines whether particles in Vietnamese are a part of speech at all; it sets forth criteria for classification of particles; it performs their analysis based on actual situations where they appear and describes their semantic characteristics; furthermore, it offers a chart of particles including their possible combinations. Besides, the...
"Vạn Xuân" - Ten thousand springs: Vietnamese journal in Czech republic
Tungová, Lenka ; Köpplová, Barbara (advisor) ; Švec, Štefan (referee)
Diploma thesis "Vạn Xuân" - Ten thousand springs: Vietnamese journal in Czech republic deals not only with the magazine itself, but also with the Vietnamese press in Czech Republic in general. It is impossible to study Vietnamese press in Czech Republic without historical knowledge about this community on Czech territory. Hence, in the first part of this paper, the Vietnamese migration is fully explained. The aim of this work is to find out, how magazine Vạn Xuân reflects parallel Words in which it works - in Czech majority and Vietnamese minor. It is also important to know the range of information from Vietnam that the journal brings. Since most of Vietnamese do not speak Czech well and can not obtain information from Czech media, Vietnamese magazines are their primary, sometimes the only information source that they have. Thereby, Vietnamese press in Czech Republic has an important role in shaping knowledge and maybe even opinion of its community. Vietnamese community is quite isolated from Czech society, since it is its natural character. However, by and by, it is still more vivid that without adaptation, the Vietnamese community can not adequately exist. It is necessary for them to be conscious about Czech matters of policy, economy, but also culture. Without this consciousness, they can get...
Representation of Vietnamese in the Czech newspapers
Bartůňková, Tereza ; Trampota, Tomáš (advisor) ; Nečas, Vlastimil (referee)
Diploma thesis "Representation of Vietnamese in the czech newspapers" deals with representation of this ethnic minority living in the Czech Republic in some czech newspapers. Vietnamese are the third biggest group of foreigners in the Czech Republic. They started coming to our republic in 50's by agreements between Czechoslovakia and the Democratic Republic of Vietnam. Some of them stayed here after 1989 but most of immigrants after 1989 are the new incomers, mostly they come even with families. The reasons of their arrivals are most often better economic situation or better education. The vietnamese community living here is quite reserved so the media are often the only opportunity how to gain some information about this group. But the studies show that Vietnamese living in the Czech Republic get into the media above all in context of criminality. The aim of the survey, done by means of quantitative content analysis, is to chart the representation of the Vietnamese - in what way and contexts the chosen media write about them, eventually find out the fixed ways of presenting the Vietnamese or their stereotypes.
Remittances and development: Analysis of remittances going from Czechia to Vietnam
Le, My Linh ; Drbohlav, Dušan (advisor) ; Uherek, Zdeněk (referee)
In the field of migration and development the economic impact of remittances is emphasized more often. The thesis examines remittances regarding social aspects as an important part of migration and development. The main aim is to understand the process of transfer of social remittances between Vietnamese living in the Czech Republic and their family members living in Vietnam. The important theoretical background of this thesis is the concept of social remittances. The process of transferring social remittances is scrutinized through semi- structured in-depth interviews with Vietnamese migrants and their family members in Vietnam. The paper describes the social remittances that are generated by transnational Vietnamese migrants in the Czech Republic and under what conditions the remittances were or were not accepted by their family members in Vietnam. The work uses a qualitative approach for data analysis that allows an insight into the lives of examined individuals. The results reflect the perspective of migrants and their family members. It is apparent that the context of migrants and their personal characteristics and skills - language abilities, length of stay in the destination country, extent of financial stability and level of education - plays an important role in the process of...
Pupils Foreigners in Czech Language Lessons at Primary School
Oswaldová, Karolina ; Hájková, Eva (advisor) ; Doležalová, Eliška (referee)
This thesis deals with pupils foreigners in Czech language lessons at the first stage of primary school, specifically it focuses on pupils with Ukrainian mother tongue and on pupils with Vietnamese mother tongue. The thesis is divided into two parts, theoretical and practical. In the theoretical part, the basic facts related to the education of pupils foreigners are described, including the most frequent mistakes which Ukrainians and Vietnamese make, regardless of their age group. The practical part is processed using qualitative research, which defines the research group of Ukrainian foreign pupils and the research group of Vietnamese pupils foreigners from the first stage of several primary schools. The most common mistakes in Czech made by members of each research group are analysed through continuous observation. These errors are further compared with the literature and also in between the two groups. The approach of the teachers to these two groups of pupils foreigners is also evaluated. KEYWORDS pupils foreigners, mistakes in Czech, Czech language, Vietnamese, Ukrainians

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