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Analysis and comparison of French and German poster propaganda in the first world war
Beer, Kamil ; Pešek, Jiří (advisor) ; Alt, Jaroslav (referee) ; Vlnas, Vít (referee)
English abstract The dissertation analyzes French and German poster propaganda as it was used in and shortly after the First World War. It observes the visual motives, their cultural categories and the displayed themes. By examining 500 French and 500 German posters, the goal of the work is to create a detailed analysis of their contents, usage and argumentation, with which it wants to achieve closer understanding of the contemporary propaganda used by Germany and France. The mentioned motives, categories and themes are then compared between the two nations. Through this comparison, the work strives to find out the unique (or similar) message and language of the propaganda used by each country. Keywords: First world war, propaganda, posters, France, Germany, comparation, analysis
Noninvasive spot analysis of miniatures with portable and laboratory instruments: a methodology for specific use in miniature painting research
Kočí, Eva ; Bezdička, Petr ; Hradil, David ; Garrappa, Silvia ; Hradilová, J. ; Pech, M.
The methodology brings a comprehensive procedure of non-invasive materials analysis of painted miniature artworks, while it is divided into two subsequent parts. In the first part, it describes the use of portable devices for spectroscopic analysis of miniatures, and in the second, it deals with the application of a new methodological procedure for phase/structural materials analysis based on X-ray powder diffraction. The methodology thus includes the following procedures: (i) determination of the elemental composition of the colour layer by the x-ray fluorescence analysis, (ii) identification of binders and other organic compounds using infrared spectroscopy (FT-IR), and finally (iii) phase/mineralogical and structural analysis to describe in more detail the pigments used and processes of their degradation. As part of this last step, the limits of Raman spectroscopy (RS) and the advantages of powder X-ray diffraction and micro-diffraction (XRPD and micro-XRPD) are described, which include greater gentleness to the analysed objects. A very complete and above all non-invasive methodological procedure for the analysis of miniatures is thus offered, which uses the complementarity of individual methods and which can be partly applied already in situ (directly in collection institutions) and partly at specialized workplaces.
Authentic experiences and recommendations from Olympic champions to build mental resilience and manage the psychological consequences of health problems.
Svoboda, David ; Suchý, Jiří (advisor) ; Harbichová, Ivana (referee)
Author: Bc. David Svoboda Title: Authentic experiences and recommendations from Olympic champions to build mental resilience and manage the psychological consequences of health problems Objectives: As there are not many surveys and publications dealing with psychological consequences caused by health problems in top- athletes' career, the main purpose of the research was to analyse authentic experience and recommendations, how the selected Olympic winners lived through these periods, what experience they have and what they would recommend to other athletes in this context from the viewpoint of their mental resistance. Furthermore, we will attempt to reveal possible consequences between the athletes' health and mental health. The following aim is to summarise this information into valid recommendations for other sportsmen. Methods: To obtain detailed information, a qualitative method through a structured interview with open questions (Hendl, 2005) was selected. The structured interview was conducted with nine Olympic winners and it contained 12 basic questions that were divided into three main sectors for clarity - a sector of athlete's mental resistance, a sector of athletes' health problems and their consequent reaction and the respondents' ideas and recommendations. The results were subjected to...
Ladislav Smoljak, editor of the Mladý svět magazine
Hrdlička, Jan ; Slomek, Jaromír (advisor) ; Osvaldová, Barbora (referee)
This thesis deals with a not very well-known topic - it analyses the journalistic and publicist work of Ladislav Smoljak in the print media, especially in the magazine Mladý svět. It aims to reveal how Smoljak approached his work as a journalist, what were the specific features of his work, with what topics he dealt, and to what extent he contributed to the image of the magazine. I also include an article bibliography of Ladislav Smoljak during his time at the editorial office of Mladý svět. In the theoretical part, I present Smoljak's biography together with an outline of the historical context and a description of the Czechoslovak media scene of the time. The practical part then analyses Smoljak's texts and assesses his role in the magazine.
Evangelos "Vangelis" Odysseas Papathanassiou - selection from the composer's creative work and its use in music education
Strauchová, Eva ; Bělohlávková, Petra (advisor) ; Nedělka, Michal (referee)
This bachelor thesis focuses on the work of Greek composer Evangelos Odysseas Papathanassiou, professionally known as Vangelis, and the possible use of his work in teaching music. What follows is a brief presentation of the composer's life and career, a narrative analysis of pieces from the composer's popular albums (in consecutive order - 1492 - Conquest of Paradise, Mythodea and Rosetta) and, at last, the estimation of the use of these pieces in music education. Subsequently, individual teachers' implementation of these pieces in their lessons is evalued via the aid of filled-in questionnaires. The aim of this thesis is to elaborate on the creative work of the composer, analyse a specific part of his music and explore the possibilities of practical educational utilisation of it. All three aims were fulfilled.
Linear structures BIM model analysis
Kunčarová, Edita ; Gottvaldová, Jana (referee) ; Radimský, Michal (advisor)
The aim of this thesis is to explore the field of information modeling with a focus on infrastructure. The theoretical part, describes the essence of the BIM method, its advantages, disadvantages, pitfalls and basic terms. Furthermore, the work deals with norms, regulations, standards, legislation, tender conditions etc. In all these parts previously mentioned it is aimed to explain the main given documents using concrete examples that relate to infrastructure constructions. Part of the work is also a practical demonstration of models of identical building objects in different stages of documentation. The purpose of the practical part is the application of data standards and above all the demonstration of different processing due to the purpose of the model.
Evaluation of real estate prices in the real estate market
Musílková, Silvie ; Aigel, Petr (referee) ; Výskala, Miloslav (advisor)
The subject of the thesis is the evaluation of an investment in a housing unit. The theoretical part focuses on defining the basic terms related to real estate, the real estate market, and determining the types of prices and values. Among other things, terms related to the determination of the price of the construction work are also included here. In the practical part, the real estate market with apartments intended for sale is analyzed. For clear processing, a database is created with predetermined factors that influence the price of apartments. Individual apartments are divided according to their condition into apartments before reconstruction, apartments with partial reconstruction and apartments after reconstruction. For evaluation, an itemized budget is drawn up in the work to determine the costs incurred for the reconstruction. The final part is devoted to the evaluation of the investment in individual apartments.
Linguistic Analysis of Football Slang in the Colloquial Functional Style
STARÁ, Markéta
The topic of the thesis is the linguistic analysis of colloquial football slang. The thesis is divided into a theoretical part and a practical part. The theoretical part deals with slang and its classification within the Czech language. At the same time, the onomasiological procedures used in the creation of slangisms are presented. It also focuses on functional styles, especially the colloquial style. In the practical part, the excerpted material collected from discussions on the Internet is analysed mainly in terms of morphological, lexical and syntactic, but also semantic and etymological aspects. The thesis also includes the analysis and evaluation of a questionnaire survey aimed at finding out whether the knowledge of slang expressions differs across generations.
Analysis of Chemistry tests used in the admission procedure at the Faculty of Science, Charles University
Šrámek, Martin ; Teplá, Milada (advisor) ; Teplý, Pavel (referee) ; Kričfaluši, Dana (referee)
This thesis focuses on the prediction of academic success and item analysis of chemistry knowledge tests used in the admission procedure at the Faculty of Science, Charles University between 2016 and 2019. The first part of the thesis focuses on the possibilities of academic success prediction (earning a bachelor's degree within 4 years) based on various factors: (i) success rate in the admission procedure, (ii) study index (modified average of marks), (iii) success rate in each part of admission procedure, (iv) passing exams in selected mandatory subjects for students of Chemistry study programme, eventually (v) based on obtained marks in selected subjects (as in (iv)). Furthermore, a prediction of entering Year 2 was also completed for three of these factors (i, iii and iv). The sample consists of 1,780 applicants for Chemistry study programmes. The results of the analysis proved a medium effect on success in the admission procedure on entering Year 2 (d = 0.52) and a large effect on academic success (d = 0.67). By additional comparison of predictive ability of knowledge tests (Maths, Biology, Chemistry) we proved that the Chemistry test has a greater prediction ability compared to the others - low effect on entering Year (d = 0.22), but medium on academic success (d = 0.40). Additionally, we...
Contemporary visions of Kant´s political philosophy
The research will start as an overview of the ideas from Kants theoretical and practical elements of transcendental idealism and continue with his philosophy of law insights. It will encompass the analysis of the Critique of Pure Reason for the section on Kants theoretical philosophy, Critique of Practical Reason and Groundwork of the Metaphysics of Morals for the section on Kants moral philosophy and the first part of the Metaphysics of Morals called the Doctrine of Right regarding Kants philosophy of law, alongside with the secondary literature sources. Furthermore, the thesis will aim to examine Kants essays published continuously in the Berliner Monatsschrift journal in the last two decades of the eighteenth century.

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