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Paths of inclusion through the eyes of young Vietnamese in Prague
Kopečková, Magdalena ; Matochová, Alžběta (advisor) ; Šťastná, Jaroslava (referee)
The focus of the bachelor thesis is the investigation of the process of integration of Vietnamese individuals into the Czech environment. The main goal is to get to know the different life paths that young people went through when integrating into Czech society and how they evaluate it in retrospect. The research is conducted qualitatively and focuses on the personal experiences of young Vietnamese people regarding inclusion. By examining the life experiences of these individuals and their families, it provides valuable insight into the process of integration. This research aims to delve into the childhood experiences and integration paths of young Vietnamese individuals living in the Czech Republic. Through in-depth interviews, this study tries to capture their narratives, perceptions and challenges they encountered during their formation in Czech society. Through the perspectives of these individuals, we can gain valuable insights into the intricacies of their cultural upbringing, educational experiences, social interactions, and the overall process of adapting to a foreign environment. The study will explore their experiences of navigating dual identities, maintaining a connection to their Vietnamese heritage, and assimilating into wider Czech society. In addition, it will examine the role of...
T. G. Masaryk's Accentuation of the Social Question in second half of the 19th century
Kozák, Vratislav ; Havelka, Miloš (advisor) ; Nešpor, Zdeněk (referee) ; Kubátová, Helena (referee)
Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk of the 20th century is a person whose characterization and classification in the society of the time is generally agreed upon among scholars. Masaryk of the 19th century, however, is a very different case. To this day, there is still no consensus among scholars as to how exactly to classify Masaryk, which many simplify by arguing that Masaryk himself was indecisive in this regard, devoting himself to many things at once but not always fully. The central issue of the second half of the 19th century was undoubtedly the social question, which is also difficult for many to grasp, since it can be viewed in either a very specific or a very general way. With this in mind, in my thesis I not only focus on Masaryk's view of the social question of the time, but I come up with the hypothesis that it is the social question and its principle of equality that is the central motive of the person of Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk in the 19th century. I propose a functional Masarykian model for solving the social issues of the time, which is based on the aforementioned concept of equality, but in several interrelated yet sufficiently independent areas, such as religion, politics, nationalism, society and education. I subsequently verify the location of these individual aspects within my Masarykian...
The Process of Admitting Vietnam to the ASEAN
Doležal, Vít ; Karlas, Jan (advisor) ; Karmazin, Aleš (referee)
1 Abstract In this bachelor thesis, the topic of Vietnam's admission to ASEAN in 1995 is explored. The decision to accept Vietnam into the organization was peculiar given Vietnam's history and the reasons for the organization's creation. The essay aims to answer the question of why the ASEAN members decided to admit Vietnam. Possible reasons for the decision include mutual economic benefit, common security risks, and social or cultural issues. The thesis uses selected theories in international relations to analyze the topic through a chronological-descriptive analysis of various sources, including book sources, articles in periodicals, legislative documents of the organization, and internet sources. The introductory part of the thesis discusses the origin, reasons for formation, and organizational structure of ASEAN. Additionally, three selected theories of international relations are briefly described to examine the possible reasons for and against the admission of Vietnam into the organization. The thesis determines whether these theories are appropriate for this case. The results of this research could provide insight into the admission of other members, such as Cambodia, Laos, and Myanmar, or explain why East Timor should be admitted in the future, which has unsuccessfully sought membership since its...
The decline of the traditional right in France as a precondition for the success of extremism
Chalupová, Tereza ; Perottino, Michel (advisor) ; Guasti, Petra (referee)
The topic of this thesis is an analysis of the evolution of the French traditional right, taking into account its declining support due to the growing support of French far-right extremism (National Front/National Rally) in the last 10 years. The first part of the thesis focuses on the development of the French traditional right-wing from the Great French Revolution to the beginning of the Fifth French Republic. The second part focuses on the development of the French traditional right in the context of the setting of the political system of the Fifth Republic. In particular, the focus is on the post-2012 period, since the period between 2007 and 2012 was the last time France had a right-wing president and the traditional right participated in government. The aim of the thesis is to analyse in depth the changes that the French traditional right has undergone, especially after 2012, by studying Czech and foreign language literature and other documents focusing on the issue of the French traditional right and the French party system in general, taking into account the growing support for extremism in France and thus the pressure of this movement on the original moderate right. The thesis progressively addresses the extent to which the growing support for extremism is influencing the decline of the...
The impact of modern technology development on society on the example of the Black Mirror series
Stiffelová, Andrea ; Reifová, Irena (advisor) ; Štoll, Martin (referee)
The master's thesis "The influence of the development of modern technologies on society using the example of the Black Mirror series" analyzes 5 series of the Black Mirror series using thematic content analysis. The work identifies the socio-technological risks thematized in the series and analyzes the relationships between technology and society, or the effects of modern technology on society.
Homelessness as a topic of social sciences
Hobzová, Adéla ; Dvořáková, Michaela (advisor) ; Hyánková, Tereza (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with the concept of homelessness in the subject of civic education. It contains a selection of data that justify the legitimacy of teaching this topic in civics classes. The didactic part of the thesis deals with the analysis of educational programmes and available teaching materials. The last part of the thesis contains the proposal of aims and specific didactic activities that facilitate the implementation of the topic of homelessness in civic education. KEYWORDS Homelessness, civic education, didactics, active citizenship, society
Literary adaptations of the dramatic conflict in Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet
Zuzáková, Adéla ; Blinková Pelánová, Eva (advisor) ; Neumann, Lukáš (referee)
The bachelor's thesis entitled Literary adaptations of the dramatic conflict in Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet explores the uniqueness of the "Shakespearean theme" and the construction of dramatic conflict in Romeo and Juliet. The thesis is focused on a detailed interpretation and the dual emphasis of the story: the theme of love and the theme of social conflict. Subsequently, the thesis examines the possibilities of reception of Shakespearean conflict in two selected texts: the novel Romeo and Juliet in the Countryside (1856) by Gottfried Keller and the novel Romeo Juliet and Darkness (1958) by Jan Otčenášek. The novels are interpreted, and the construction and escalation of their conflicts are described. The thesis also includes a closer comparison of the both novels with Shakespeare's text. KEYWORDS Romeo, Juliet, conflict, community, love, death

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