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How to make a technical speech/presentation original and impressive.
Gilyazov, Danil ; Kotásek, Miroslav (referee) ; Walek, Agata (advisor)
Velké množství učitelských technik veřejného projevu vznikla již v době kdy se lidé naučili komunikovat, toto dělá dnešní prezentaci něčím víc než pouze projevem řeči. Lidé studující lungvistiku prokázali že effectivní prezentace by se měla skládat z několika aspektů, aby zapůsobila na obecenstvo a vyvolala pocit důležitosti. V této tézy bych rád identifikoval tyto aspekty a popsal jak obecenctvo příjímá každé slovo dané prezentace.
Body language and the language of art
Jírová, Josefína ; Kitzbergerová, Leonora (advisor) ; Hůla, Zdenek (referee)
The proposed thesis deals with the topic of body language in visual art and with understanding of body language as synergy of the innermost experience and the experience of the bodily form. The theoretical part of the thesis analyses psychological, anthropological and art historical literature published both in the Czech Republic and abroad. The point of departure for the theoretical part is the concept of interconnectedness of sensory perception, its cognitive analysis and the ensuing answer to the environment, focusing especially on the subjective character of these processes. In the practical part of the proposed thesis, an educational art project is designed, based on the results of the theoretical study in the first part and impulses from contemporary visual art (Eva Koťátková, Erwin Wurm, Miriam Cabessa and others). The aim of the educational part is to observe the processes mentioned above, concentrating especially on the creative expression through an artistic action and the experience of the individual.
Commented translation: Décoder le langage du corps (Isabelle Duvernois, Larousse, Paris 2013, str. 10-45)
Jirkovská, Markéta ; Belisová, Šárka (advisor) ; Duběda, Tomáš (referee)
This bachelor thesis consists of two main parts. The first part presents a translation of the introduction and the first chapter from the French book Décoder le langage du corps written by Isabelle Duvernois. The second part includes a translation analysis of the source text, discusses individual translation problems and describes their particular solutions.
Sociocultural conditionality of emotions
Ševčíková, Marcela ; Gillernová, Ilona (advisor) ; Boukalová, Hedvika (referee)
The purpose of this bachelor thesis is to explain the concept of emotions with the focus on their sociocultural conditionality. The thesis is divided into two basic sections. In the theoretical part important conceptions of emotions (neurophysiological, cognitivistic and evolutionary) are explained. Attention is paid to the proces of emotion regulation, in which the culture plays important role. Special chapter analysis the process of emotion expression showing both of its forms : verbal and nonverbal. Empirical part of the thesis presents a proposal of a research project, which purpose is to confirm some of the knowledges shown in the theoretical part. The research focuses on a pantomimic expression of emotions and its sociocultural conditionality.
Communication and presentation skills
Lorencová, Ivana ; Krsek, Libor (advisor) ; Vondra, Zdeněk (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with individual factors of communication and basic presentations skills. The theoretical part specifies the basic elements of verbal and non-verbal communication and basic factors connected with preparation and realisation of a presentation. The practical part of the thesis comprises an analysis of impacts of speaker's visual and other communication influences over an audience. The results are applied to a Multimedia Display exhibition taking place during the bachelor's seminar.
Emotional signals in connection with body language.
ŠKODA, Jakub
The thesis deals with emotional expressions in body language and its interpretation. In the theoretical part, the author deals with emotions and theories focused on emotions, sympathy, verbal and nonverbal communication as well as body language (gestures, facial expressions, body types and attractiveness). There are many books which provide information about how to recognize nonverbal signals in communication. This study tries to find out if there is a connection between experiences gathered from this books and better recognition nonverbal signals. The empirical part is based on qualitative exploratory survey and semi-structured interview. Thirteen students of pedagogical studies were interviewed. They had to describe emotions on twelve videos without sound.
Psychology of human comunication
The thesis regards nonverbal communication and its function in work suit. It concerns above all relationships among particular co-workers, businessmen and their clients or leading and work candidates.Comfortable atmosphere at work is important for better achievement and feeling of personal significance. Right use of nonverbal communication in business can help to make a good deal and affects trustworthy.The results showed that sum of nonverbal signals can tell us the opinion of the other person no matter what is he or she saying. What are you saying is not what are you thinking about. If you know this diference you can change somebody´s thoughts with right use of nonverbal communication. The research showed that it is not possible to make results or conclusions only with use of two or three nonverbal signals. It is important to compare more signals. The whole thesis showed that nonverbal communication is quiet important and can help us to build better relationships.

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