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"Are You a Good Witch or a Bad Witch?" Witches in Contemporary TV series
MASÁŘOVÁ, Klára
This bachelor's thesis is based on interpretation of a witch as a contemporary series character. I start with interpretation of four elemental witch types according to Heather Greene: the wild woman, the accused woman, fantasy witch and magical other, followed by brief interpretation of development of the witch character throughout film and series history. Next part of the thesis is dedicated to the development of feminist movement, which is used as a methodology for further analysis. The findings of previous parts are being used for analysing three chosen series: Charmed (1998), American Horror Story: Coven (2013) and Chilling adventures of Sabrina (2018). The outcome of the thesis is to interpret witch character as strongly bounded to feminist movement and character that is an emancipated woman through her power. The selected series and witch characters represent the development of feminist movement in the last 30 years.
Simone de Beauvoir and the feminism
BENEŠOVÁ, Adéla
The aim of the thesis is to introduce the existentialist French writer and philosopher Simone de Beauvoir as a feminist. After a brief introduction of her life and work in the context of her time and field, the thesis focuses on her view of women and everything that it entails to be one. It is based primarily on the essay Le Deuxi?me sexe (1949), and also on other texts, articles, speeches or interviews. It summarizes Beauvoir's involvement in the feminist movement and follows the development of her thinking about women and her views on key issues. In the end, the thesis tries to answer the question of whether Beauvoir's work is still relevant today and why it would still be appealing.
An artist in the world of art in the second half of the 20th century and the present.
DAVÍDKOVÁ, Klára
The diploma thesis entitled "An artists in the art world in the second half of the 20th century and in the present." Consists of two parts - theoretical and practical. The theoretical part deals with the role of women artists in the fine arts in the second half of the 20th century and today. In connection with this, approaches the life and work of selected artists, points out their position in the artistic sphere in the context of time. The practical part of the diploma thesis follows the theoretical part. It contains the realization of free graphic creation with the help of photography called "Perfection in imperfections".
Representations of women in selected novels by Agatha Christie
POKORNÁ, Jana
The bachelor's thesis deals with the representations of female characters in selected detective novels written by Agatha Christie in order to find out whether and eventually how it reflects the historical reality in terms of the position of women in contemporary British society. The subject of research is works originating from various periods of the writer's authorship, namely from the 1930s and the 1970s. The focus of the work is the analysis of female characters in the books Murder on the Orient Express, Death on the Nile, Nemesis and Elephants Can Remember focusing on the believability of the characters and the importance of their role in the story. Particular attention should be paid to the issue of the position of women in society and shifts in the perception of women's issues in the examined period.
The Issue of Surnames' Gender Inflection in the Czech Language)
HRADECKÁ, Sabina
The topic of the bachelor's thesis is surnames' gender inflection in the Czech language. The work is divided into a theoretical and a practical part. The theoretical part includes chapters that are related to surnames' gender inflection: gender and gender linguistics, gender roles and feminism. In the chapter devoted to feminism, the work deals mainly with historical development and the current state. The surnames' gender inflection then creates a separate chapter. The work focuses on why we do surnames' gender inflection and how we create surnames' gender inflection shapes. The practical part of the work consists of research, which is processed using an anonymous questionnaire. The research aims to find out the opinion of the population of different age categories on the given issue.
We are Mad and Capable of Everything. Essays of Mirek Vodrážka
DOLEŽALOVÁ, Barbora
This diploma thesis deals with the work of Mirek Vodrážka, in which he focuses on feminism, gender, dissidents and art. These topics are viewed through an (eco)feminist and demythological prism, they are related to current events in the Czech Republic, especially literature and politics. The work examines how Vodrážka approaches various ideological questions, from what position he views them and how it is reflected in his writing. The question is also what ideology, gender and feminism mean and how our views on them may differ. The environment of Charta 77, women's participation in dissent and especially their representation will be examined.
Důvody feminizace českého školství
DAVIDOVÁ, Lucie
The subject of this bachelor thesis is to outline the gender issues of Czech education. The first part deals with the general definition of the concepts of gender, gender roles and feminism. To make it easier to understand the context, the thesis follows the general view of the issue on women in the labour market. This work also deals with the historical development of the unbalanced representation of czech male and female teachers, the causes of the feminzation of school staff and the gender pay-gap. Subsequently, the thesis deals with the questions: "Why are there more and more female teachers and why men do not find this profession attractive?", "Is this growing trend a problem?", "Is this profession appreciated?". Last but not least, the work also handles the issue of gender stereotypes associated with male and female teachers. The practical part of the work reveals the views of students of the Faculty of Education of the South Bohemian University on the issue of feminized educational system. For this purpose, the method of questionnaire survey was used. The conclusion of the work is a summary and evaluation of the outcomes.
"Mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the fairest of them all?" Changes in the Character of the Princess in the Films of Walt Disney and his Studio.
BARTLOVÁ, Andrea
The thesis focuses to the evolution of female characters in Disney cartoons. It investigates whether the characters change in any way and if so, what changes happen. The work is chronologically arranged and divided to several time periods. Each chapter contains particular fairytales which are mutually compared. Every fairytale is also set in the historical context. We will also explore whether the films are influenced by the period context. The aim of the thesis is to find out what the chosen fairytales have in common and how the main female characters evolve. This is described in 4 different eras, which are following: from the classical period within years 1937-1967 we have Snow White and Seven Dwarfs, Cinderella and Sleeping Beauty. In years 1967-1988 there were no films with a princess as a main heroine and the studio dealt with a crisis. In the 1980s the company management changed and Michael Eisner became the studio managing director. Within years 1989-2005 many successful films were created in the studio. We chose The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast and Pocahontas. Robert Iger has been the studio managing director since 2005. We chose Tangled, Frozen and Moana from the last period, which hasn't finished yet. Eventually we mention the Disney studio impact on society. We study its marketing abilities and the use of advertisement. The conclusion shows how the heroines changed from girls who needed to be saved by the Prince Charming over girls who took their fate in their own hands to princesses equal to men.
An Ideal Czech Female Poet. The Poetry of Czech Woman Authors in 1870s According to Contemporary Critics
KLIKOVÁ, Marie
The diploma thesis focuses on the poetic writings of Czech poets: Albína Dvořáková-Mráčková, Berta Mühlsteinová, Eliška Krásnohorská and Irma Geisslová. These authors published their first poetry collections in the 1870s and thus actively participated in shaping Czech poetry. The poetic works of these authors are highly critically appraised (for example, and quite systematically, by Jan Neruda). Also, the thesis presents the authors' biographies and their literary activities in the 1870s (provided in the form of a complete bibliography overview). The aim of this thesis is to analyse the contemporary "ideal" image of the Czech poets and to answer the question regarding how this "ideal" image was required by contemporary reviewers and accepted by contemporary readers. The authors' poetic works are analysed with the use of electronic databases such as Retrobi and Kramerius. Also used were archival materials from the Memorial of National Literature in Prague.
Changing the role of women in the society during the First Republic and its influence on women´s fashion clothing
HESOVÁ, Eliška
This bachelor thesis deals with the change of women´s role in society in the period of the first Czechoslovak Republic in the years 1918 - 1938. It deals with the change in fashion at this time. Its aim is to show how these two elements interacted and changed the perception of women´s status. The thesis is based on the methodological background of cultural studies and perception of individual and collective identity. It will outline the atmosphere that accompanied the change of women´s status in the period of the First Republic. It will also emphasize the context of changing the women´s role in society in 1918-1938 in connection with transforming their clothes.

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