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Communication in hunting
Vavřich, Adam ; Klabíková Rábová, Tereza (advisor) ; Halada, Jan (referee)
This bachelor's thesis deals with the communication of the largest Czech hunting interest organization - the Českomoravská myslivecká jednota, z.s. (Czech-Moravian Hunting Association, registered association). The thesis also focuses on the public opinion regarding hunting and communication within the hunting domain. The main objective of this work is to present the communication mix of the Czech-Moravian Hunting Association its marketing strategies, and internal communication. The first part of the thesis defines the theoretical framework related to hunting, communication, and marketing in interest associations. The theoretical and methodological context of the researched concepts and subjects is introduced. In the methodological section, research objectives and utilized research methods are thoroughly described. The practical part contains the actual research, which is essentially divided into two main sections - one comprises a questionnaire survey, while the other focuses on individual components of the communication mix of the Czech-Moravian Hunting Association. At the end of the practical section, a set of recommendations concerning communication and public relations of the Czech- Moravian Hunting Association is presented. Apart from this bachelor's thesis, there are not many specialized...
Teaching Activities for the Second Degree of Elementary School on the Topic of Common Pheasant
Lasáková, Tereza ; Andreska, Jan (advisor) ; Hanel, Lubomír (referee)
This thesis focuses on the topic of pheasants, exploring the evolution and change of people's opinions on them between the years 1926 and 1960. The journal StraZ myslivosti, which was later renamed to Myslivost, served as the main source of reference for these opinions. Individual articles taken from the periodical are introduced accordingly. These articles mainly discuss the breeding and hunting of the bird, but they also shed light on the research and further studies that were important for its popularization in the Czech Republic. We can say that the popularization was quite successful based on the pheasant population, which largely increased in the 1950s. However, due to agricultural changes and alterations in the landscape, their numbers decreased in the 1970s. The main trends of the article contents are purposefully divided into five-year periods. The aim of the practical part is to design activities for lower-secondary school students that target different points of view they can adopt (e.g., morphological and ecological standpoints) and simultaneously cultivate their scientific thinking. Three worksheets are attached, each focusing on different areas. One of them is specifically designed to support the inquiry-based learning. The activities are diverse and use audiovisual aids such as...
Grey wolf in the magazine Myslivost
Grosser, Dominik ; Novák, Arnošt (advisor) ; Pospíšilová, Tereza (referee)
The thesis deals with the tension between the hunting perspective and strict protection of the grey wolf in the context of the Czech Republic. Within the theoretical part, I construct an understanding of hunting from historical and contemporary practical perspectives, discuss its "traditional" conception, present the naturalistic arguments for the return of the wolf, its current distribution, legal protection and the obstacles that may hinder its return. At the same time, I further problematize the conflict between the return among local people and the discourse of strict wolf protection, in which elements of power asymmetry, based on foreign literature, stand out due to the imposition of dominant and hegemonic protection within the public space. With these assumptions in mind, I enter the subsequent critical discursive analysis of the journal Myslivost, published by the Czech- Moravian Hunting Union. For my work, I set out to unravel the modes of representation through which the Myslivost magazine constructs the social reality of the grey wolf, while also analysing the ideologue(s) that underpin and enable the legitimisation of the discourse in question. On the basis of my analysis, I find that the wolf is represented within Myslivost magazine primarily as a "mongrel" and "artificially released"...
Legal regulation of hunting management
Tvrdá, Klára ; Damohorský, Milan (advisor) ; Stejskal, Vojtěch (referee)
v anglickém jazyce The first chapter - Historical developement of legal regulation of hunting management. There is mantioned the situation in this field since 18th century till 2001. It is important to know and understand all these questions because lots of problems appear in present time, too. To be able to understand it, it is necessary to know why and how the situation is like this. The second and third chapter - Basic International Agreements and Europian legislation. Historic developement is not the only source for forming the legal regulation of hunting management but there are other factors - rules based both on worldwide and European label. The fourth chapter - Valid legal regulation o hunting management. The most important role in this range form legal regulations which are interested in hounting as their main question. However, we can mention other laws which take part in forming the laws about hunting. The fifth chapter - Execution of the right of hunting in the Czech Republic. This part is the most important one of the whole work because there are given the rules of execution of this right in details. There is given the frame of breeding and care of game, hunting ground, rules of hunting and necessary documents for it. The sixth chapter - Question of damages in hunting management. This...
Legal regulation of hunting management
Ondová, Kamila ; Damohorský, Milan (advisor) ; Drobník, Jaroslav (referee)
The legal regulation of hunting and gamekeeping This diploma work deals with legal regulation of hunting and gamekeeping which is possible to characterize as an economic, special-interest, scholastic and organizational activity. This activity is performed by hunters who being professionally educated practise this activity in their free time and on their costs. The activity is aimed at wild game with purpose of preservation of all species of game, but also of keeping hunting customs. The diploma work contains the paper about valid law regulation of hunting and gamekeeping, which is represented by the basic law about hunting and gamekeeping and then the laws concerning nature and animals (veterinary law, law for tyranny of animals, law for nature and countryside preservation). The diploma work also goes back to the history of law regulations, which are the background for the present law. Some law regulations were of such quality that they might be inspiration in future. One part of diploma work is about environment in international context. This area is full of problems with worsening of environment, which influences game and hunting and gamekeeping as well. There are no frontiers for animals that is why there have been many international agreements and directives accepted for game protection as a whole on...
Legal regulation of hunting management
Krejčová, Kristína ; Snopková, Tereza (advisor) ; Stejskal, Vojtěch (referee)
in English The present Master's thesis deals with the hunting legislation in the Czech Republic. The thesis is divided into 4 chapters, some of which are further subdivided into subchapters. The first chapter contemplates the history of hunting. The second chapter provides a detailed overview of the sources of the hunting legislation. The analysis covers the sources of the Czech legislation, the European legislation and international treaties. The third chapter is the key chapter of the thesis. It encompasses a detailed analysis of the applicable Czech hunting law. The fourth and last chapter contains the hunting legislation of the Slovak Republic. A part of this chapter is a comparative analysis of the Czech and Slovak hunting legislation. The main objective of this thesis is to analyse in detail the current hunting legislation, to emphasise the major deficiencies and to propose appropriate solutions.
Legal regulation of hunting management
Pečinka, Jan ; Stejskal, Vojtěch (advisor) ; Snopková, Tereza (referee)
The goal of the submitted thesis: "The legal regulation of hunting and gamekeeping" is to evaluate the hunting legislation in the Czech Republic and to propose possible solutions leading to eliminate their lacks. The thesis describes the development of hunting law from 16th century up to the present, including EU legislation and international conventions on the environment related to hunting. It compares also hunting legislation in the Czech Republic and the Slovak Republic.

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