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The attitude of the Czech populist parties towards the European Union during the coronavirus crisis
Koryntová, Eva ; Kubát, Michal (advisor) ; Mejstřík, Martin (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with the approach of Czech populist political entities, the ANO 2011 movement, the Freedom and Direct Democracy movement (SPD) and the Communist Party of Bohemia and Moravia (KSČM) to the European Union (EU) in connection with the coronavirus crisis. These parties are examined by discursive analysis based on debates of its members in the lower house of the Parliament of the Czech Republic - the Chamber of Deputies. The thesis revealed that despite the Eurosceptic nature of all examined parties, their approach to the EU was not the same. The parties that were in the reviewed period in the opposition, the SPD movement, and KSČM - were critical to the EU at almost all examined points. They asked the government to act at the national level and used nearly identical arguments. The ANO government movement had more moderate rhetoric toward the EU, and in some cases, it even positioned itself as a defender of the EU policies. The only person criticizing the EU in the ANO movement turned out to be Andrej Babiš, whose statements toward the EU became more and more acute with the upcoming elections to the Chamber of Deputies.
The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on setting the insolvency law agenda
Ulrichová, Andrea ; Angelovská, Olga (advisor) ; Trlifajová, Lucie (referee)
The diploma thesis "The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on setting the insolvency law agenda" deals with how the pandemic crisis caused by the COVID-19 disease affected the political agenda in the field of insolvency. It presents the main elements and benefits of the Lex Covid Justice Act, presented by the Department of Justice to prevent debt and the rise of insolvency petitions caused by pandemic measures introduced by the government, such as the closure of several business. The institute of the extraordinary moratorium which was introduced by the Lex Covid Justice Act is described in detail. The thesis uses the theory of setting an agenda with an emphasis on a critical event, the features of which the COVID-19 pandemic had. In the practical part, an expert interview is used to collect data and to comprehensively analyse the benefits of the law, the views of the actors on the institute of the extraordinary moratorium and how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected the issue of insolvency. Emphasis is also put on the actors who deal with the issue of insolvency and what was their attitude to the Lex Covid justice law and what influence they had on setting the agenda. The current insolvency legislation and its setting are also described. The chapter on foreign practice compares the measures related to...
Graphic Design of 55th Karlovy Vary International Film Festival (KVIFF)
Vernerová, Tereza ; Slanec, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Ježková, Tereza (referee)
Karlovy Vary International Film Festival is one of the most important cultural events in our country and in Europe. Every year, it attracts the attention of filmmakers, celebrities, fans and journalists. Each year dozens of texts are written about the event. The 55th KVIFF was unusual. The date of the event was twice postponed due to coronavirus pandemic. The preparations were complicated for the organizers and the festival took place more than a year later. Because of this, the festival was given even more attention. This bachelor thesis deals with the 55th KVIFF. The theoretical part focuses on the media image of the festival. I map its preparations, the course of nine festival days and the subsequent responses and reverberations after the end of the festival. In the practical part I focus on the visual appearance of the festival. The aim of this part of the work was to create graphic design of the 55th KVIFF. I focus on creating posters, which are the main visuals of the festival. Subsequently, I complete the portfolio with festival passes and merchandising.
Change in intergenerational solidarity during a pandemic in social media discussions.
Živná, Kristýna ; Hájek, Martin (advisor) ; Jeřábek, Hynek (referee)
The thesis deals with the transformation of intergenerational solidarity and its thematization during the pandemic in the Czech Republic. The background for the research part is thematic debates from the social media environment, while the theoretical basis for data collection is Bengtson's theory of intergenerational solidarity. The analysis of the dataset, which contains over 29,000 records, is approached in two different ways that lead to the same conclusion. The thematic circles observed, regardless of the different methods used to classify them, change together over time, despite the high specificity of each circle.
Covid news of on-line media during the first strifke of an epidemic in the Czech Republic
Zajíc, František ; Moravec, Václav (advisor) ; Trunečka, Ondřej (referee)
This thesis focus to research how selected online media informed about the first wave of coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 epidemic in the Czech Republic. Specifically, this thesis focus on the signs of media panic (hysteria) in the news pieces of selected media, their frequency, proportion and manner of use. The media's content was analyzed by content analysis and some of this content was then analysed by discursive analysis. The research showed that the coverage of the spread of coronavirus dominated the media space. All selected media used elements of media panic in their news pieces, which could have effect society. The research further showed that in the use of these elements, there was not a hypothetical difference between the tabloid media and the self-declared serious media.
Disinformation narratives in the Czech cyberspace in regarding the vaccination against Covid-19
Hospodárová, Klára ; Moravec, Václav (advisor) ; Miessler, Jan (referee)
The bachelor's thesis "Disinformation narratives in the Czech cyberspace in regarding the vaccination against COVID-19" in the context of the phenomenon of misleading, false or pseudo news deals with the way of the news media informing in the Czech environment combined with interpretation of not only these messages by non-professional social network users. The aim of the thesis is to find out whether there is a real correlation between professional and nonprofessional content in the same relevant period. In the theoretical part, emphasis is placed on a sufficient and, above all, comprehensible definition of terms related to the issue of information disorders, including the ordering of individual terms. In the first part of the work, facts are based on relevant sources of internal and foreign literature. In the second part of the work, I present the research background, including hypotheses and research questions. The whole thesis is based on a qualitative research method, which focuses on the analysis of articles produced by professional journalism in contrast to the posts available on the social network Facebook, whose authors are users from the general public, i.e., nonprofessional users. The results are summarized in the conclusion, which evaluates the course and knowledge gained in the...
Trade unions in the media discussion on coronavirus: a comparative analysis of the discussion in the Czech Republic and Russia
Pachina, Anastasiia ; Soukup, Petr (advisor) ; Dvořák, Tomáš (referee)
This paper provides a comparative analysis of the first year of the media debate on coronavirus involving trade unions. An analysis of the media debate reveals the position and role of trade unions both on the subject of coronavirus and in society in general. We chose trade unions in Russia and the Czech Republic for comparison. We analysed the discussion in Russian and Czech media sources. The findings of the content and network analysis are complemented by the results of interviews with trade union members in Russia and the Czech Republic. The study highlights the bargaining and deliberative role of trade unions in the Czech Republic, which tend to act in concert. However, in Russia the division between traditional and alternative unions has become even more pronounced during the pandemic. The study shows that traditional and alternative trade unions have different methods and approaches to dealing with situations and bargaining in tripartite contracts. In both the Czech and Russian discussions, there is a model of biocommunicability - public sphere. The model assumes that information about health is useful because it facilitates collective decision-making about public interest, where both citizens and policy makers make decisions. The model suggests that health issues are open to debate, even...
State of emergency in the Czech Republic as an oportunity for political communication
Srbová, Barbora ; Shavit, Anna (advisor) ; Rosenfeldová, Jana (referee)
The thesis focuses on the political communication and media-related aspects of the first two waves of the coronavirus pandemic in the Czech Republic. The Czech Republic overcame the spring wave of the pandemic in 2020 almost exemplarily, despite low preparedness and lack of protective equipment. This changed completely with the arrival of the second wave, when Czechia found itself among the worst affected countries. The aim of this paper is to explore one of the possible causes of this development. The thesis builds on the assumption that 1) political communication and media messages directed at citizens can - especially in times of crisis when news messages and politicians receive increased attention - have a perceptible impact on citizens' behaviour, their decision-making and their interpretation of unfolding events, and 2) that inconsistency of information, as well as inconsistency in its interpretation and framing, can have a negative impact on citizens' trust in the state and in the measures taken. Building on these assumptions, the paper uses a content analysis to examine how the COVID-19 disease pandemic was framed by the government and the media during the first and second waves of the pandemic, and tests the hypothesis that the degree of divergence between government and media framing of...

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