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The Transformation of the Sports Journalist's Job and the Operation of the Sports Newsrooms. The case of the World Ice Hockey Championships
Borovský, Jakub ; Chladová, Marta (advisor) ; Macková, Veronika (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with the transformation of the sports journalists work during the World Hockey Championships over last thirty years. The aim of this thesis is to summarise the changes that journalists have adapted to and describe the greatest effect of them. The theoretical part contains the definitions of basic concepts and classifies the influences which, according to the reference literature, significantly affected the journalists' work. These includes mainly digitization, convergence, the inception of the Internet and social networks. The methodological part includes the qualitative and phenomenological research, which is the analytical part based on. The analytical part presents experiences which are gained from the interviews with the sports journalists. The research confirmed the assumptions designed in the theoretical part. Some of them are found to be significant while the others are considered as commonplace.
Addictive behavior in relation to modern technologies and the internet in children of early school age
Prokešová, Miroslava ; Vacek, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Vondráčková, Petra (referee)
Introduction: This thesis deals with addictive behavior in relation to modern technologies in children of early school age. Modern technologies are part of the lives of ever younger children, but it is not entirely known what effect the use of these technologies has on a child's development at this age, his cognitive or social abilities. Objectives: The aim of this research was to map the addictive behavior on modern technologies in children of early school age. Following the patterns of use of modern technology that children show, what opinion the parent and the child themself have about the use of modern technologies by children, and what is the difference between these two opinions. Also, the aim of this research was to describe what rules or restrictions parents set within the use of modern technologies by their children. Sample: The sample consisted of 8 parents of children of early school age and the children themselves. From each parent one child at age 6-9 years. The selection was made by the method of simple intentional (purposeful) selection. Methods: The research part of this thesis was performed in a qualitative form. The main method used was a semi-structured interview. The interviews were recorded on a dictaphone and transcribed into text. The data were further analyzed by coding...
Case Milada Horáková: from reality and media reflection to film cover
Horová, Kateřina ; Novotný, David Jan (advisor) ; Jirků, Jan (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with the fate of Milada Horáková. It focuses on media responses regarding the trial, the film production Milada and the responses to it, the opinions of experts and further portrayal of the fate of the only woman executed in political trials. The first part of the diploma thesis is devoted to the life of Milada Horáková and is set in the context of that period. It also gives a detailed description of the trial preparations and subsequently explains the details of each day prior to the trial with all thirteen defendants. The initial part of the thesis analyzes the contemporary media responses of the three most important daily newspapers of that time, Rudé právo, Svobodné slovo and Lidová demokracie. Finally, the thesis deals with the rehabilitation of Milada Horáková and the responses regarding the matter in the summer of 1968 in the above-mentioned dailies. The second part of the thesis starts with defining the historical biographical motion picture as a genre. Subsequently, it describes the film Milada in detail and it gives a brief overview of the film's director David Mrnka and his opinion on the film. The thesis continues with the analysis of the actual film and its comparison with the actual sequence of events as well as Jan Mudra's documentary The Case of Dr....
Populism and seniors: how the political thinking of the elderly is affected by online environment
Vincourová, Hana ; Gulda, Jana (advisor) ; Jirků, Jan (referee)
The current era, often labelled as the post-factual, post-true era or the era of the alternative facts, has impact on all age groups. However, it may occur as a problem predominantly for the generation of current seniors, who weren't used to information overflow and usage of new media from their youth or productive age. This bachelor thesis aims to capture, how the political preferences of the elderly are affected by disinformation in the online environment, and, whether seniors encounter political campaigns there. Further, the thesis has an effort to bring into the debate an expert insight, how possibly mitigate the disinformation effect in the case of seniors. The main part of this practical bachelor thesis is an audio format podcast. It combines interviews with several seniors and with three experts from different areas. Senior respondents share their own experiences from the online environment. The experts then more generally follow up the problematics contained in the seniors' testimonies and add the expertise. I chose Jaroslav Valůch, the media education activities coordinator from the organization Transitions, as an expert from the field of media literacy; former journalist and the author of the publication In the network of disinformation: why we believe in alternative facts Jiří Táborský...
Online reporting on football matches as a format of sports journalism from a perspective of its authors
Konvalina, Michal ; Trunečka, Ondřej (advisor) ; Macková, Veronika (referee)
The Bachelor thesis Online reporting on football matches as a format of sports journalism from a perspective of its authors describes online reporting as one of new types of sports journalism in the digital era and engages in forms of online reports in chosen Czech media outlets. The main method used while completing the thesis were semi-structured interviews with deputies of chosen media outlets. The main research topics were targeted on the beginnings and present state of live reporting in the particular media outlet, specifics of online reports and what does writing online reports require from their author and the use of multimedia and statistical databases. Based on collected data, the work describes similarities and differences between online reports that are caused by different way of creating those reports by particular media outlet.
The Internet and Copyright
Prachařová, Nikola ; Holcová, Irena (advisor) ; Žikovská, Petra (referee)
Internet and Copyright Abstract This diploma thesis focuses on copyright in the field of the Internet. The aim of this thesis is to define the terms Internet and copyright and describe some of the legal and illegal methods of use of an author's work including the legal regulation of copyright liability in the digital environment. The text of the thesis is divided into five chapters, which are further divided into subchapters. The first chapter is devoted to the definition of the term Internet, the division of its users, and a brief history of its development. The second chapter then describes the system of copyright and focuses on the legal interpretation of an author's work, and the author himself. At the end of the chapter, the issue of determining applicable law in copyright conflicts in an international context is approached. The third chapter introduces the different ways in which an author's work can be legally used. Thus, it focuses on the contractual use through license agreements and non-contractual use, i.e., use based on a legal license or the institute of fair use. Subsequently, the third chapter defines selected forms of use of works protected by copyright (uploading, downloading and streaming) in the digital environment. The penultimate chapter of this thesis is key, as it analyses liability...
Phenomenon Seznam News
Plzák, Otakar ; Osvaldová, Barbora (advisor) ; Zunová, Anna (referee)
This bachelor thesis is about news web Seznam Zprávy. The main goal of this thesis is to point out it's position across media especially online. At the beggining it shows the start of Seznam, later it takes on the despription of the website. I documented the articles from August 2019 using content analysis. In a practical part I turned my focus to biggest and most famous personalities at Seznam. Later the thesis walks us through some of the most famous cases and broadcasts of Seznam Zprávy. I also looked at the pros and cones of internet news and described the concepts of hoax, fake news and click-bait. In the end I described why I think Seznam Zprávy is a phenomenon not only online, but also the general journalism. In attachment I also put in a codex of Seznam Zprávy.
Media Literacy and Media Education of Seniors in the Context of 21st Century
Richterová, Karolína ; Wolák, Radim (advisor) ; Römer, Lucie (referee)
This thesis follows concepts of media literacy and media education of seniors, their specifics, importance, but also total neglect of this issue in today's world. Further it defines the already mentioned age category - seniors and associated specifics as part of further education, everyday life and also their overall position in society. It's trying to map the needs of these individuals in a world permeated by the media and defines risks that may occur while using media (e.g. as part of watching television, teleshopping etc.). Separate chapter is dedicated to seniors moving in the internet environment, but also risks that represents this medium for vulnerable individuals. Analyses efforts on media education on our land but also individual educational programs intended for this age group. In the practical part a questionnaire survey was used that aimed at analysing the needs of a group of seniors within media education, definition of topics and interests of individual seniors but also efforts for self-evaluation within the framework of media literacy. Seniors were addressed from a certain Academy of the Third Age that had an opportunity to participate an internet questioning and based on this survey was created a concept of educational events and education as such for this group of seniors.
Comparison of Security and Privacy Web Extensions
Petráňová, Jana ; Bednář, Martin (referee) ; Polčák, Libor (advisor)
This work concerns the introduction and comparison of available filter lists and security and privacy web extensions. Furthermore, it describes the dangers the user is facing while browsing the internet and outlines the risks said web extensions are meant to protect the user from. This work involves the design and implementation of a testing environment created with the purpose of comparing said web extensions. The aim of this work is to compare security and privacy web extensions currently available on the market and to to shed light on the risks of internet browsing to an everyday user with the intend to recommend optimal web extensions based on their needs.
The Evolution and the Limits of the Copyright Protection in the Global Information Society
Andruško, Alena
Copyright law is one of the branches of law that has become, with the development of the Internet, the center of interest for different types of stakeholders in the global information society. With the evolution of "Web 2.0", sometimes called the "Participative Web", represented by user-generated content (UGC), and also with the evolution of peer-to-peer (P2P) file sharing and recently cyberlockers, the effectiveness of copyright protection online has become a problem where solutions can be found only with difficulty. Online copyright infringement is a complex phenomenon with a multiplicity of contributing factors. To see and understand these factors one must not only know and understand the territorial and international legal rules governing copyright, but also know and understand the online ecosystem in which copyright infringement takes place, which is impossible without knowing the history, evolution and technical background of the Internet. Only a complex knowledge and understanding of the whole issue enables one to see the full picture and ultimately reveals why the current copyright system sorely needs global review and reform.

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