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The Beatles in the context of socialist Czechoslovakia in the radio documentary
Jakšič, Marek ; Lovaš, Karol (advisor) ; Gulda, Jana (referee)
The bachelor's thesis The Beatles in the Context of Socialist Czechoslovakia in the Radio Documentary is divided into two parts - practical and theoretical. The main practical part is focused on the impact of The Beatles on Czechoslovakian politics and culture. In the radio documentary, the author is trying to describe the atmosphere of the sixties. Therefore, the listeners can hear original Beatles songs as well as songs performed by Czechoslovakian interprets. Thanks to the comments of the singers and music publicists it is pointed out that The Beatles had a huge impact on Czechoslovakian society as, apart from the music itself, the band had a symbolic meaning creating a connection with the democratic world for the Czechoslovaks. The theoretical part of the thesis mainly deals with the definition of the radio documentary. It describes the particularities of radio broadcasting and it briefly mentions the history of radio broadcasting in Czechoslovakia. The creation of the radio documentary is also described in the practical part. It explains why the author decided to choose this topic and also the respondents and the choice of the target audience is clarified. The problems the author had to solve while working on this bachelor's thesis are mentioned and so are the experiences that I gained while...
Rebellious intellectual in changing times - Dominik Tatarka and its involvement in the dissident movement
Kriššáková, Dominika ; Doskočil, Zdeněk (advisor) ; Wohlmuth Markupová, Jana (referee)
The aim of the diploma thesis is to give the most objective and comprehensive view of the personality of Dominika Tatarka primarily from the historical perspective, but also from a literary critical perspective. The view of the creation will, as far as possible, be done in cross-section, with an accent on the autobiographical features of the work, demonstrating a radical view of the communist regime. Emphasis will be given, in particular, to the period of the 70s and 80s of the 20th century with relevant time transitions. The historical perspective will seek to bring the role of the writer's community in the reform movement of the sixties of the 20th century in a wider context and to clarify the specifics of Slovak dissent, with emphasis on the position of Dominika Tatarka in it.
"Musicians or Curiosities?" Czechoslovak All-Girl Band Satanic Girls
Svobodová, Eliška ; Havelková, Tereza (advisor) ; Seidlová, Veronika (referee)
The thesis deals with the Czechoslovakian all-girl band Satanic Girls (in South America performing under the name Las Satánicas), which performed in exile since August 1968. The author, using music and anthropological approaches based on the analysis of interviews (conducted in the period February 2013 - March 2014), press articles, photos, videos and archival materials, describes, analyses and interprets the history of the band. Doing so, the main emphasis is being put on the processes of negotiation. Setting out the thematic line "women - musicians - emigrants", the text observes how the emigration and the constant extreme changes in the cultural environment as well as the managers influenced the musical and visual style of the band. One of the central themes is a permanent, involuntary (and sometimes unconscious) oscillation of the band between being presented as the musicians or as the sexual attractions.
The Analysis of Media Messages: the 1989 Palach Week
Vacek, Josef ; Šafařík, Petr (advisor) ; Tůma, Oldřich (referee)
The main proposition is that the newspapers which were published by political parties were informing about the events more frequently than other media. This assumption was proved just in part - the newspaper with the biggest number of articles concerning the events was "Rudé právo" published by the communist party, however, the rest of the communist press was lagging behind. One of the findings of this work is that all of the newspapers used media instruments in different proportion. Apart from that, two days of a turning point are identified in all the newspapers in the given period of analysis, both of them were marked with an increase or decrease of the number of articles. The chosen reasearch method is the quantitative analysis supplemented in part by comparison of the results.
The situation of the Greek Catholic Church in Czechoslovakia after the Communist outset
Zajacová, Marie ; Šmíd, Marek (advisor) ; Beneš, Zdeněk (referee)
The bachelor thesis will focus on the situation of Greek Catholic Church in Czechoslovakia after the Communist outset in 1948, when the so-called Action P, which was to destroy the Church, occured. It will primarily concentrate on the period after the onset of communism to power, although the plans to the destruction of the Church were ready before the year 1948, and charting their systematic fulfillment after the Communist outset in 1950, when the "Presov Sobor" met. It will become one of the central themes of this thesis and will be set into the context of the then religion-political situation in Czechoslovakia.
Undergroud Church and Secret Ordinations. A Canonical study of the Situation in Czechoslovakia 1948-1989
Vybíralová, Eva ; Hrdina, Antonín (advisor) ; Přibyl, Stanislav (referee) ; Němec, Damián (referee)
Title: Untergrundkirche und geheime Weihen. Eine kirchenrechtliche Untersuchung der Situation in der Tschechoslowakei 1948-1989 Name: Eva Vybíralová Department: Katedra pastorálních oborů a právních věd KTF UK Supervisor: prof. JUDr. Antonín Ignác Hrdina, DrSc. Abstract The aim of this project was the study of the ordination law, the history of the hidden church, and the subsequent research and comparison of all "types" of secret ordinations in all levels (ordination and consecration) granted during the Communist regime of 1948-1989 in Czechoslovakia or to Czechoslovak citizens abroad, especially from the perspective of the canon law. The presented dissertation consists of an introduction, seven chapters and a conclusion. The first chapter gives the basics of the ordination law, the second chapter describes the relations between the Church and the state during the relevant historical period in Czechoslovakia and the first secret Episcopal ordinations. The third chapter introduces the Mexican faculties. The fourth chapter introduces the other secret faculties granted to the Church in Czechoslovakia, from which, among other things, the ordination activities of the Jesuit bishops and Felix Davídek was unfolded. The fifth chapter provides an digression to the subject of secret ordinations given to Czechoslovak...
The communist propaganda in the Mateřidouška magazine (1945-1955)
Havránková, Petra ; Suk, Pavel (advisor) ; Knapík, Jiří (referee)
The paper describes the development of the content of Mateřídouška magazine in 1945 - 1955 against the backdrop of political and social developments in post-World War 2 Czechoslovakia. These trends included robust centralization of media and their subordination to the Communist regime. The paper examines the characteristics of propaganda and its role in media as one of the key instruments of totalitarianism. It explores the use of Communist propaganda in Czechoslovak juvenile literature. The second part of the paper describes the founding of Mateřídouška and its position among contemporary newspapers and children literature. It examines the influence of the editors-in-chief, namely that of František Hrubín and Jiří V. Svoboda, on the contents of the magazine. The third part describes the application of propaganda on the youngest readers during the first years since the inception of the magazine. The hermeneutic analysis covers various aspects of propaganda, including the cult of personality, celebration of labour, the role of armed forces and other phenomena of the early Communist period in Czechoslovakia.
Transition to Democracy in Czechoslovakia in 1989 from a Transition Theory Perspective
Mandíková, Darina ; Mlejnek, Josef (advisor) ; Novák, Miroslav (referee)
Diploma thesis "Transition to Democracy in Czechoslovakia in 1989 from a Transition Theory Perspective" is an analysis of the Czechoslovak transition to democracy in the year 1989. The author analyses the character of the communist regime in Czechoslovakia and the further development of the country after the year 1989 dealing with some of the more general politological aspects such as the strategies of the participants, analyses of the most important agents and factors of the change, etc. Therefore, various politological theories are introduced in the theoretical part (theory of non-democratic regimes, theory of transition, used theories by Juan J. Linz, Carl J. Friedrich, Alfred Stepan, Samuel Huntington and of other relevant authors). The theories are later applied to the Czechoslovak communist regime and to its transition to democracy. The diploma thesis focuses on the application of the theories of transition on Czechoslovakia with regards to the number of transitions. The work aims at explaining that more transitions took place in Czechoslovakia - not only the political one, but also the economic and nationalist, the latter leading to the Czechoslovakian split. Therefore, the last part of the diploma thesis deals with the development of the Czech-Slovak relationship; the link between the...
Communist regime propaganda against the Catholic church in Czechoslovakia
Volf, Jan ; Hejlová, Denisa (advisor) ; Zavadilová, Tereza (referee)
in English This paper describes the development of relationship between catholic church and communist regime in Czechoslovakia from the start of communist reign to the Velvet Revolution. Author focuses on communist persecution against the catholic church and on the propaganda of this persecution in media. Special attention is dedicated to describing the context of the clash between these two ideologies in the history of Czechoslovakia so that this paper can give the most accurate picture of the practices of communist regime. The first part is focused on era from the end of second world war to the year 1968, giving the most attention to era 1948-1953, a period that contained the most persecution. The second part tells the story of the normalization period from the Warsaw Pact invasion to Czechoslovakia in 1968 to the Velvet revolution, in which the catholic church played a significant role.

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