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Effects of Alcohol Use on the Family
In my bachelor's thesis, I focus on the impacts of alcohol on the family. Alcohol not only affects the individual but also has an impact on the family and its members. The aim of the bachelor's thesis is to find out which topics are mentioned by family members in connection with a family member's alcohol use. To achieve this goal, a semi-structured interview method was used with communication partners.The communication partners are individuals whose family member uses alcohol.
Climate change and conflict in Africa - case study Darfur
Donkoh, Bright
The aim of the thesis is to analyse possible relationship between the climate change, conflict and security level in Darfur, Sudan. The prevalence of drought, inconsistency in rainfall, desertification and other consequences ensuing from environmental changes weaken the adaptability capacity of the African continent. The Earth's climate has changed throughout the history of man. In the last 650,000 years, there have been seven cycles of glacial movement and retreat coupled with the abrupt end of the last ice age about 7,000 years ago which marked the beginning of the modern climate era and of human civilization and development. The indicators of climate change in Darfur deepened in 1980s when the region observed a severe famine and drought, as a result more people are competing for access to land, water and other natural resources in Darfur region. During 2003, the conflict turned to be an armed conflict among the various tribes over natural resources, particularly water and land. Individuals in Darfur have been devastated by war, and its aftermath has been sorrowful story of suffering, displacement, death, among others. Simultaneously, the war has become one of the most distorted and misunderstood conflicts in history of recent years. Experts and activists have oversimplified the causes of the conflict, slighting its historical and systemic origins. The study examined the extent to which conflicts are erupted as a result of geographical variations, thus climate change. This is especially using the Darfur region as a case study. A case study method was adopted to better enable the researcher to meet the intended research objectives for this study. Through this study, it has been shown that deterioration in the climate and environment alone may not lead to conflict, as local populations have learned to adapt to their environments. This is when it becomes associated with other social, economic and political factors that aggravate scarcity that conflict become more probable.
Impact of an early tennis specialization on physical development of an individual
Fiala, Jan ; Kočíb, Tomáš (advisor) ; Carboch, Jan (referee)
Title: Impact of an early tennis specialization on physical development of an individual Objectives: The objective of this bachelor thesis is to evaluate the impact of early tennis specialization on physical and mental development of young athlete and it's comparison to early sampling. Methods: Thesis uses document and physical data analysis and questioning chosen individuals in the form of structured interview with opened questions. Answers of respondents are evaluated by inductive and deductive method of data analysis. Results: The result of bachelor thesis is evaluation of impact of an early tennis specialization on physical development of an individual, his/her mental statement and relationship developed to tennis as a professional sport activity. Keywords: early specialization, impact, individual, sport, risks, benefits, development
Social, economic, and environmental impact of high-speed rails in the Czech Republic: Expected impacts of high-speed rails on the Ústí nad Labem region
TOMS, Tomáš
The commissioning of the first high-speed lines in the second half of the 20th century not only breathed new life into the receding railway, but this mode of transport has become the backbone of transport in many developed countries around the world. Among its greatest advantages are both the minimal environmental impact and the associated socio-economic benefits. This thesis introduces the issue of high-speed lines in the North Bohemian region of Ústí nad Labem and examines the expected impacts of the new infrastructure from the perspective of residents and passengers, as well as from the perspective of the experts in charge of planning and building high-speed lines in the country.
Impact of companies' fluctuation on the selected region
The main goal of this bachelor's thesis is to evaluate the impact of companies' fluctuation on the South Bohemian region based on the analysis. This work analyses the influence of companies' fluctuation to evaluate its impact on individual economic variables. The examined economic indicators in this work are the number of registered entities, the number of active subjects, gross domestic product (GDP), investment rate, household consumption expenditure and net disposable income of households. These economic impacts are complemented by the social impact of the share of unemployed people. At the beginning, the thesis presents an overview of the issues addressed, including the definition of fluctuation and the introduction of individual examined impacts. This is followed by a methodological procedure in which the procedure of the next, analytical, part of the work is explained in detail. The end of the work contains the results of the analytical part, the proposal of measures and the conclusion.
Foreign direct investment in the Czech Republic
Vrtal, Vojtěch ; Novák, Jaroslav (referee) ; Vaňková, Lucie (advisor)
The subject of this bachelor thesis is a definition of regional development and foreign direct investments. The practical part deals with an analysis of foreign investments in individual regions of the Czech Republic and monitors years 2010-2020. It also examines the impact on regions and the development of living standards. As an example of foreign direct investment in the Czech Republic is used a company BOSCH DIESEL, s.r.o.. Thesis focuses on one specific investment and examines its impact on the development of the Vysočina Region, more precisely of Jihlava District.
Impact of massive electromobility on the Czech Republic
Řeha, David ; Vančura, Jan (referee) ; Hejtmánek, Petr (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with the impact of the massive development of electromobility in the Czech Republic. Its importance is compounded by the fact that there are more and more speculations about the sustainability of our planet's development. This document describes the current state of electromobility, the state's position on this issue and the prediction of the number of these vehicles. It also analyzes the impact of a gradual increase of electric cars and the impact of using only electric vehicles, in terms of energy, where a large increase in electricity production and consumption is expected, ecological, where emissions are expected to decrease, and economic, where an increase of investment is expected and a decrease in state budget revenues.
The role of audio in specific types of communication
Tůmová, Michala ; Štoll, Martin (advisor) ; Soukup, Martin (referee)
This diploma thesis The Role of Sound in Audiovision focuses on the topic of perception of viewers of the audio component in audiovisual outputs. The aim of the work is to find out to what extent viewers perceive all sound components of these works and whether they consider sound important. The theoretical part of the work provides insight into the psychology of sound in terms of affecting the perception of viewers, the types of sounds used in the media and their use. The research part presents the obtained data and their evaluation to find answers to questions focused on sound perception.
Impact of the 2002 floods on the capital city of Prague
Šírek, Adrian ; Fiala, Miloš (advisor) ; Vilášek, Josef (referee)
Title: Impacts of the floods in 2002 on the capital city of Prague. Objectives: The aim of this work is to describe the causes, course and impacts of floods in 2002 on the capital city of Prague and compare them with floods in 1997. Methods: The methods used to obtain the necessary information on the impacts of the floods in 2002 on the capital city of Prague were a literature research, study sources research and further summarization. Results: Description of the causes of floods in 2002, description of the course of floods in 2002, description of the impacts of floods in 2002 on the capital city of Prague and their comparison with floods in 1997. Key words: water, flood, rescue, disposal, firefighter

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