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The family's experience with the care and dying of a loved one
Kovačičová, Kateřina ; Matochová, Alžběta (advisor) ; Janečková, Hana (referee)
This bachelor's thesis deals with the issue of the experience of caregiving and the death of close family members. The thesis is divided into three main parts. The first theoretical part focuses on the definition of the basic terms used in the thesis. I also deal with the topic of accepting the disease. Part of the chapter describes forms of a help, such as the use of a home hospice, pastoral care, or the help of a psychologist. In the last part I will focus on the topic of communication during this proces. In the second methodological part, I will describe which research method was chosen in the thesis. I will describe how I conducted the qualitative research. The part also contains information connected to choice of respondents and cooperation with them. The last practical part is dedicated to the research itself. First of all, I will present four case studies that I created from the interviews with the respondents. Subsequently, I will focus on three basic topics that came up from the interviews as essential and which I wanted to analyze them. Key words: caregiver, person dependent on care, communication, death
Media without virtue? Ethical aspects of the digital structural transformation of the public
Vizina, Petr ; Štica, Petr (advisor) ; Ovečka, Libor (referee)
The thesis is an attempt to capture some of the ethical and social challenges posed by the digital structural transformation of the public. In the text I develop the idea of the social doctrine of the Church, which considers media as a means of communication as a gift from God. The paper investigates whether and how this fundamental aspect of Christian social ethics can be considered in the context of the fundamental transformation of social and individual communication during digital structural change. The thesis aims to explore how and where classic norms of journalism such as impartiality, balance and factuality on the part of the media are shifting and changing in a new context, in the context of the spread and availability of digital technologies and how digital platforms have transformed the production and dissemination of media content. Questions around the economic and knowledge asymmetries associated with the development of communication technologies, and the social and ethical implications for the actions of individuals and communities are part of the consideration. Okomentoval(a): [EB1]: Nad tímto odstavcem chybí podle mě volný řádek, podobně níže u Keywords
The impact of the development of music streaming services on Czech radio stations
Šidlák, Jan ; Klabíková Rábová, Tereza (advisor) ; Moravcová, Hana (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with the topic of the transformation of communication of Czech radio stations in the light of the development of streaming platforms, new media and technologies. In particular, it describes how radio stations use new media to communicate and complement traditional FM broadcasting. The theoretical part of the thesis describes the history of radio in our country, introduces streaming services as a new way of music distribution and summarizes the views of some authors who have dealt with the topic before. The practical part of the thesis consists of an analysis of media outputs of individual stations and interviews with respondents, professionals from radio practice.
Usage of emoji in online communication across generation
Nechvátalová, Lenka ; Klabíková Rábová, Tereza (advisor) ; Podzimek, Jan (referee)
In the current digital era, emoji are an integral part of everyday online communication, expressing a range of emotions and thoughts. This paper focuses on the understanding and use of emoji by different generations, with an emphasis on Generations Z, Y, X and Baby Boomers. Emoji offer a wide range of expressions and symbols, but their interpretation can differ between generations, which can lead to misunderstandings. This thesis explores the basic emoji that may be more likely to cause these misunderstandings. The aim is to identify the meanings of emoji in different generations and the influence of age and the digital environment on interpretation. The research will focus on the use and interpretation of emoji across generations. The aim is to improve understanding in online communication across generations, where emoji play a key role in communicating emotions and moods.
Marketing analysis of advertising advertised on pornographic websites
Trpkoš, Jan ; Koblovský, Petr (advisor) ; Houdek, Petr (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with the analysis of marketing communication on pornographic websites. The thesis is divided into two parts - theoretical and research. The theoretical part explains the concept of pornography, outlines its issues and the requisites of advertising advertised on pornographic sites. In the practical part, a quantitative method of data collection is first carried out and then the individual specifications of advertising on pornographic sites are examined using a qualitative interview method. The data obtained show that the ads follow the classical structure of advertising communication, but due to the environment in which they occur they are absolutely different in quality and content.
Sociolinguistic analysis of communication of men and women
Servusová, Carolina ; Jančík, Jiří (advisor) ; Suková Vychopňová, Kateřina (referee)
he Bachelor thesis deals with the topic of interpersonal communication. The bachelor's thesis aims to focus on communication and expression differences between male and female genders. It summarizes the most important findings from this field, from literature and scientific articles. Our focus is also in contextualising our work in socio-linguistic fields, dealing with society, language and communication processes. A secondary objective is also to determine whether any expressive differences are innate or learned. The Bachelor thesis is divided into Chapter 7 chapters. In the first chapter, we deal with language and communication. We outline the first differences in communication. In the next three chapters, we focus on scientific disciplines dealing with the differentiation of society, but also with language and communication. These are sociolinguistics, psycholinguistics and anthropolinguistics. In other chapters, we are dealing with language production and the gender heterogeneity of speech. We look for differences and influences that affect our speech and communication. In the last chapter we focus on qualitative research, observation, which is focused on several dozen communication situations mostly from French backgrounds. We are trying to find the differences that we have searched in the...
Communication patters in conflicts of romantic couples with anxious and non-anxious attachment style
Kuldová, Adéla ; Lindová, Jitka (advisor) ; Bártová, Klára (referee)
Meaningful and fulfilling relationships are one of the essential pillars of human satisfaction. However, maintaining close relationships takes considerable effort and cannot be done without mutual communication, of which conflict resolution is an integral part. Each individual has a distinctive communication style, which is linked to a form of attachment formed in early childhood. However, the area of anxious attachment and communication patterns is not sufficiently researched. The intention of this research is to observe the communication patterns of partners with anxious attachment during a conflict situation. Only four communication patterns appear in the literature - cycling negativity, demand-withdraw, mutual avoidance, and constructive communication. Although the topic of partner communication is very broad, negative communication patterns in partners with an anxiety profile have been denied attention. My aim is to a) examine whether previously undescribed communication patterns occur during conflict resolution, and b) describe what these communication patterns are.
Masters of Communication. The profession of Television Program Announcers
Rusová, Michaela ; Štoll, Martin (advisor) ; Bednařík, Petr (referee)
This diploma thesis Masters of Communication. The profession of Television Program Announcers deals with the origins, formation and reflection of the professional activity of television program announcers who worked in Czechoslovak and later Czech Television from 1956 to 2005. The thesis tries to reveal what factors influenced the creation, institutionalization and subsequent course of this now extinct profession. The author proceeds from a theoretical framework devoted to the communication situation of the television and definition of the communication role of the television announcers. The oral history method was used for the processing of the presented diploma thesis, in the framework of which interviews were conducted with four contemporary witnesses from the ranks of television program announcers of the time. Thanks to this method, the reflection of professional activity based on the memories of witnesses is discussed in the thesis. In addition, period documents obtained from the Archive and program funds as well as the File Archive of the Czech Television were used in order to grasp the historical-contemporary context that influenced the practice of this profession.
Communication in hunting
Vavřich, Adam ; Klabíková Rábová, Tereza (advisor) ; Halada, Jan (referee)
This bachelor's thesis deals with the communication of the largest Czech hunting interest organization - the Českomoravská myslivecká jednota, z.s. (Czech-Moravian Hunting Association, registered association). The thesis also focuses on the public opinion regarding hunting and communication within the hunting domain. The main objective of this work is to present the communication mix of the Czech-Moravian Hunting Association its marketing strategies, and internal communication. The first part of the thesis defines the theoretical framework related to hunting, communication, and marketing in interest associations. The theoretical and methodological context of the researched concepts and subjects is introduced. In the methodological section, research objectives and utilized research methods are thoroughly described. The practical part contains the actual research, which is essentially divided into two main sections - one comprises a questionnaire survey, while the other focuses on individual components of the communication mix of the Czech-Moravian Hunting Association. At the end of the practical section, a set of recommendations concerning communication and public relations of the Czech- Moravian Hunting Association is presented. Apart from this bachelor's thesis, there are not many specialized...

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