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Stress and coping strategies in sport
Beránková, Terezie ; Harsa, Pavel (advisor) ; Mudrák, Jiří (referee)
Title: Stress and coping strategies in sport Objective: The aim of this thesis was to investigate, based on the information obtained, how elite and recreational athletes cope with stress in a stressful situation. Whether there are significant differences within gender, level and type of sport performed. Methods: A quantitative research design with a survey method was chosen to meet this objective. The chosen questionnaire SVF-78 was sent to the selected respondents by email. The information obtained was analysed in a discussion. Results: The findings of the research are presented in tables, graphs and are accompanied by comments for better clarity. The data obtained were evaluated and compared with the literature. Key words: stress, research, questionnaire, athlete, success
Who is a designer
Dohnalová, Kateřina ; Staňková, Hana Grulichová (referee) ; Kubíková, Zuzana (advisor)
To what extent can anyone call themselves a designer? Where is the line that decides why and who is a designer? The aim of this bachelor thesis is to answer these simple questions. The author simultaneously draws from her own long term experience, working as a main bartender in a pub, where she tries to redesign the the core processes of this pub based on her participatory observation. As an employee she has a bigger potential of resolving the existing problems, which she finds absurd while working, or she can suggest their solution in a way that is more sustainable and co-worker friendly, but at the same time takes into account the boss and the community that shapes around the said place. The long term employer or an invited expert (designer) doesn't actually perform the job. Which means that they can't assess the situation and recommend a meaningful solution.
The carpal tunnel syndrom in university students and individuals of 40-60 age group
Husák, Lukáš ; Hošková, Blanka (advisor) ; Malá, Michaela (referee)
Subject: Carpal tunnel syndrome in university students and people aged 40 - 60 Objectives: The main goal of this work is to determine the population incidence of carpal tunnel syndrome in a group of university students aged 25 - 30 years and a group of adults aged 40 - 60 years. Methods: The research consists of a quantitative method. A questionnaire containing three provocative maneuvers was used to obtain data. These were the Phanel's Test, Compression Test and Wrist Flexion Test. The research was supplemented by measuring the hand grip using a dynamometer, which was to confirm the occurrence of carpal tunnel syndrome. Two groups of probands were tested. The first group were university students aged 25 - 30 and the second group were adults aged 40 - 60. For the measured data was performed statistical analysis. Results: The result of the research assumes one occurrence in a group of university students aged 25 - 30 and two occurrences in a group of adults aged 40 - 60. These probands have three positive examinations and confirmed by a dynamometer still, the occurrence is just probable, that would need to be confirmed by electromyography. Keywords: carpal tunnel, carpal tunnel syndrome, dynamometer, provocative maneuver, researc
Brand value perception of the Czech Olympic Team
Rovňanová, Michaela ; Voráček, Josef (advisor) ; Nachtigalová, Petra (referee)
Title: Brand value perception of the Czech Olympic Team. Objectives: The aim of the thesis is to find out the position of the Czech Olympic Team brand, including the perception of sponsors, and based on this finding to design a Customer Journey Map project for a selected partner, which would help improve the functioning, perception and attractiveness of this partnership with COT. Methods: The theoretical part was developed through the study of professional literature. The key for data collection was a quantitative method of electronic surveying on a representative sample of the Czech population and visitors to Olympic festivals. The comparison of data from individual waves of surveys provided the greatest benefit. Based on these results, the respondents' experiences were visually processed using a special Customer Journey Map method and specific recommendations were proposed. Research by the International Olympic Committee complemented our own information about the Olympic brand. Results: The brand of the Czech Olympic team is no stranger to the Czechs, they associate it with the Czech representation and have a positive attitude towards it. They perceive the brand as honest, positive and traditional. The most frequently mentioned partner of Czech Olympic Team is the former general partner Škoda...
DOUBLE BASS PLAYING - Historical, Pedagogical and Musical Theoretical Aspects
Šašinková, Eva ; Palkovská, Jana (advisor) ; Hudec, Jiří (referee) ; Bernášek, Václav (referee) ; Gregor, Vít (referee)
DOUBLE BASS PLAYING - Historical, Pedagogical and Musical Theoretical Aspects ABSTRACT This dissertation thesis focuses on historical, pedagogical and music theoretical aspects of double bass playing. The thesis collects data on double bass history regarding the structural development of this instrument and double bass bow, the development of tuning and using this musical instrument in particular centuries. Additionally, the introduction of this thesis contains information on the most significant double bass players of the past. Apart from the development of arts education in the Czech Republic, the research chapters survey the establishment of Academies of Arts in the former Czechoslovakia and later in the Czech and Slovak Republics. The chapter with the overview of Conservatories and Academies which currently provide double bass playing education include topical charts and graphs. The other research scope relates to the literature for double bass by the most important Czech double bassists/composers. The chapter based on this research resulted from thorough research in the archives performed during the years 2020-2022. The overview of the fifteen most impor- tant Czech double bassists/composers, which has not been elaborated before, is supplemented by an overview of artistic, pedagogical and compositional...
Perception of Religious and Mythological Lexis among EFL Users
Boško, Martin ; Lancová, Klára (advisor) ; Pípalová, Renata (referee)
This diploma thesis explores the perception of mythological and religious lexis among EFL users with an emphasis on mythology. Firstly, it provides a brief theoretical introduction to the topic, after which the main research part describes and analyses the results of research conducted in several Czech lower and upper secondary schools. This research consisted of the assignment of a specially designed worksheet that aimed, among other things, to map students' knowledge of mythological and religious lexis. Two versions of this worksheet were created based on the level of English of the respondents. At the same time, it focused to a small extent on the respondents' ability to link the information within the given worksheet. The research showed that most respondents had some awareness of mythological lexis, with this awareness becoming less important with higher levels of English. However, it also showed that respondents who rated their own knowledge of mythology highly were more likely to succeed in linguistically based exercises. Furthermore, interlingual transfer played a large role in the ability to list the names of planets in English and indicated a relatively significant lack of knowledge on this topic. Finally, neither age nor English level appeared to affect respondents' ability to link...
World: Anything bad happens. Internet: Let’s make a meme of it!
Balcaříková, Ivana ; Heřmanová,, Marie (referee) ; Kubíková, Zuzana (advisor)
So called Generation Z was born between the years 1995 and 2012. They came into The World when The Internet was already in full bloom. Gen Z and Internet are inseparable. It's their natural habitat. They move across the internet waters skillfully without any problem and at all times. The feeds of Gen Z kids are constantly filled with new information, themes, phenomenon, trends, memes. That makes the nature of the whole generation rather nihilistic and in surrender to the constant shit storm which they have to deal with every day. The biggest weapon of the Gen Z is undoubtedly their specific kind of humor. Memes, references, reaction videos are their biggest coping mechanism. These things can be seen all through their normal day to day life. This format however gives plenty of space to individual creators to express their frustration with The World's situation which they get exposed to on a daily basis. It's only natural for them to be interested and engage in bigger themes such as racism, refugee crisis, climate change or LBTQIA+ problems. Unlike their previous generations, Gen Z uses memes and humor to cope. This Bachelor theses focuses on mapping the content that through specific meme format on Tiktok explores the big themes of today's day and age. Do these short clips have any potential informative or educational value or are they just sometimes funny, cool or offensive videos that teens make to keep up with the trends. If it is so, is it problematic?

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