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Archetypal narrativisation and it's use in disinformations
Lebduška, Daniel ; Nečas, Vlastimil (advisor) ; Soukup, Martin (referee)
The aim of the diploma thesis Archetypal narrativisation and it's use in disinformations is to verify the connection between archetypal narrativization and misinformation, to describe which archetypal narratives are most often used by misinformation, to systematize them and then to describe which emotions are targeted by archetypal narrativization in misinformation. This study therefore explores the use of archetypal narrativization as a persuasion technique in disinformation campaigns. Drawing on the concept of archetypes from Jungian psychology and narrativization theory, this research examines how archetypal elements are strategically used to shape and disseminate misinformation. Through a comprehensive literature review and analysis of specific misinformation messages, the study examines the underlying motivations and effects of the use of archetypes in misinformation narratives. By exploiting deeply embedded psychological patterns and collective cultural symbolism, these campaigns seek to manipulate emotions, promote cognitive biases, and exploit social contradictions. The use of archetypes such as hero, villain, and victim allows purveyors of disinformation messages to create compelling narratives that resonate with target audiences and elicit specific responses. The thesis proposing further...
Sociolinguistic analysis of communication of men and women
Servusová, Carolina ; Jančík, Jiří (advisor) ; Suková Vychopňová, Kateřina (referee)
he Bachelor thesis deals with the topic of interpersonal communication. The bachelor's thesis aims to focus on communication and expression differences between male and female genders. It summarizes the most important findings from this field, from literature and scientific articles. Our focus is also in contextualising our work in socio-linguistic fields, dealing with society, language and communication processes. A secondary objective is also to determine whether any expressive differences are innate or learned. The Bachelor thesis is divided into Chapter 7 chapters. In the first chapter, we deal with language and communication. We outline the first differences in communication. In the next three chapters, we focus on scientific disciplines dealing with the differentiation of society, but also with language and communication. These are sociolinguistics, psycholinguistics and anthropolinguistics. In other chapters, we are dealing with language production and the gender heterogeneity of speech. We look for differences and influences that affect our speech and communication. In the last chapter we focus on qualitative research, observation, which is focused on several dozen communication situations mostly from French backgrounds. We are trying to find the differences that we have searched in the...
Mental health, its diagnosis and therapy in people with hearing impairment
Belšánová, Tereza ; Hradilová, Tereza (advisor) ; Kotvová, Miroslava (referee)
This thesis was created for the purpose of obtaining closer knowledge of the mental health of people with hearing impairment. At the same time, it also deals with psychological diagnostics and therapy for people with hearing impairment in the Czech Republic. The theoretical part is divided into three thematic groups. The first area describes the issue of hearing impairment, its classification and more detailed information regarding prelingual and postlingual hearing impairments. Furthermore, it also describes the field of mental health, which focuses more precisely on the description of mental health in individual stages of life, the process of coping with a disability, and the psyche of the parents of a hearing-impaired child. The last segment of the theoretical part is a description of psychological intervention, which is further divided into psychological diagnosis and psychological therapy. In the practical part, there is a qualitative research investigation based on semi-structured interviews conducted with six informants with hearing loss aged 20-35. The results of this research investigation point to insufficient support for psychological diagnosis and therapy for people with hearing impairment in the Czech Republic. For example, the following problem areas were mentioned: lack of...
Lázničková, Klára ; Babáková, Bernardeta (referee) ; Klímová, Barbora (advisor)
The diploma project Fairy Tale involves performative works with the poems as a diary record and its sharing. As part of my project, I offer my narrative poems written in a fairy tale language, as an act of sharing and therefore engagement with the readers and audience as participants. The poems were written spontaneously, reflecting a particular time in my life. They carry the sadness and suffering of the archetype the princesses and are an authentic description as well as an attempt to cope with a particular traumatic situation through different periods of time. The individual poems can serve as different perspectives on a given situation and reveal my ability or inability to look more consciously at unpleasant life situations. For me, the fairy tale world carries a stubbornness and underlines the painfulness of the illusions created; through it, I encounter stereotypical views of gender roles in the poems, observing my patterns of behavior and the sources of painful emotions. I associate the fairytale world of princes and princesses with the first great frustration and lies carrying confusion over the functioning, form and course of interpersonal partner relationships. I would like to dedicate my thesis to the sharing of intrinsic emotions in all their forms, mistakes, pains, smallness and strength and to interpersonal bonds, reciprocity, the ability to share, self-reflection, communication and sensitivity.
Chosen Aspects of Light in Sacred Architecture
Šťasta, Jiří ; Kopeček,, Pavel (referee) ; Hrubý, Jan (referee) ; Drápal, Jaroslav (advisor)
Different approaches to the light is emblematic reflection of the current era and it´s cultural a social aspects. The materials are still being developped but the light is everlasting participant of the architecture. The light is basic element which each architect or artist must confront and use it. Due to this we can watch the work with light, analyse it´s use during the ages of the sacred architecture. The work of an architect is situated in the intersection of theoretic and technical fields of human activities. It´s necessary that the artist or architect knows the theoretic aspects of the light but also that knows real numeral values of the coming light. It is good to know the reasons why and for what was the light used in the past and it´s also needed to have a knowledge how much of the light was used in the liturgical space. How much of the light was used in the interior in the past and how much do we use it nowadays? Is it possible to analyse the tendency in the use of the natural light? These questions are useful in forming new liturgical spaces also in nowadays. The first part of this work is focused on the theoretic aspects of the light (liturgy, theology, psychology and ergonomics). The second part of the work describes the measurements of the intensity of the natural light in the sacred spaces in the different selected churches. The conclusion compares different measured values in each sacred building and the results are included to the larger scientific and historical context. The aim of this work was to evaluate specific interior lightning conditions by unified methodology and to apply it on the larger scientific experience which regards the architectonical practice and the forming of the liturgical spaces.
Popularizing selected psychology topics through comics
The aim of the diploma thesis is to describe, analyze and verify the possibilities of using a modern teaching method - comics in the teaching of psychology at secondary school. The thesis is divided into a theoretical part and a practical part. The theoretical part elaborates basic knowledge related to teaching methods with an emphasis on educational comics. The work also focuses on communication through comics and emphasizes the fact that the research takes place in two secondary schools. Furthermore, the creation of comics is solved. The practical part explores the possibilities and limits of the use of comics in the teaching of psychology at secondary school, taking into account all the key variables that affect this teaching.
Forgiveness, anoverlookedethicalissue?
HEJNÁ, Marie
The thesis deals with major relationships between ethics and social work with regard to the topic of forgiveness. Related terms as conscience, penitence, salvation and reconciliation are explained. The topic is discussed from philosophy, theology and psychology aspect. Philosophical concept includes specific views to forgiveness by some authors. Theological point of view is based on Christian concept. Different models of forgiveness from viewpoint of psychology and ways how to forgive are described. General attributes of social work and some target groups which social work is focused. The importance for persons in terminal stadium of life is mentioned. Own knowledges from work in retirement home are used.
Differences in lifestyle changes for men and women at the age between 40 and 50.
KOZA, Zdeněk
The bachelor thesis is focused on the topic Difference in lifestyle change in men and women aged 40-50 years. The theoretical part defines the basic concepts typical for this issue focusing on history, development and newer trends, not just an active lifestyle. Further on the issue of eating disorders, such as bigorexia, bulimia, orthorexia. The practical part is focused on the input data of the examined subjects. Interviews, menus, training procedures, lifestyle change associated with a change in values and self-perception (see bigorexia). Determination of anthropometric parameters. Fitness testing.
Influence of literary-dramatic fairy tale plays and exercises on the development of pre-school children personalities
The aim of the thesis is to develop and enrich the children's side of personality through an entertaining form of literary drama and fairy tale exercises. The thesis is divided into two parts. The first theoretical part deals with the explanation of the basic terms of drama education, as well as the concepts of play and exercise. It also characterizes the pre-school age in terms of developmental psychology. It describes physical and motorical development, cognitive processes and emotional and social development. Then it conceives the theme of fairy tales. It deals with the importance of fairy tales for the development of child's personality and psychological analysis of selected fairy tales. The second practical part presents the proposed project for preschool children called "Know the realm of fairy tales". In the end, the practical experience with the project in the selected kindergarten is evaluated. At the end of the thesis is evaluated, whether the goal of the thesis is fulfilled.

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