Bachelor Theses

BACHELOR THESIS PROJECT

(Class of 2020/2021)

NAME

SURNAME

TOPIC

THESIS ADVISOR

Martin

Balko

Migration and Integration Policies in the Slovak Republic revised

Michal Vašečka

Marek

Dubovský

Jean-Paul Sartre: Fear of Freedom and Inclination to Marxism

Jon Stewart

Vivien

Slíž

The Importance of the Feminist Movement and Its Continued Relevance to Modern Society

Jon Stewart

Peter

Sterančák

Us Versus Them: An Interdisciplinary Perspective on the Origins of Modern Tribalism

Michal Vašečka

Krištof

Sucha

Violence More Profitable Than Peace, Arms Trade In Israel-Palestine Conflict

Camila Schiffl

Kristína

Šídová

The Rise of Populist Actors in Slovakia

Dagmar Kusá

Artur

Zmeček

Change of The Institutional Design of Slovakia

Dagmar Kusá

(Class of 2019/2020)

NAME

SURNAME

TOPIC

THESIS ADVISOR

Oliver

Bakoš

Interest Groups Behind Climate Change Skepticism in United States

Dagmar Kusá

Matej

Bílik

The Role of the Roman Catholic Parish in the Civic Life of Slovak Rural Communities

Dagmar Kusá

Dániel

Cséfalvay

The Saudi-Iranian Quest for Regional Hegemony, The Case of the Yemeni War

Clarissa do Nascimento Tabosa

Mária

Dudžáková

Masculine Democracy?Through the Lens of Slovak Values

Dagmar Kusá

Adam

Duffek

Tolerance of Intolerant? Right-Wing Populism and Extremism as a Threat to Liberal Democracies

Michal Vašečka

Jonáš

Jánsky

Limits of presuppositions: Derrida’s and Schlegel’s critique of Heidegger’s hermeneutical circle

Peter Šajda

Pavlina

Jones

Oh Heller. Did Justice Scalia Make the Right Decision? An Argument for Constitutional Moral Reasoning Based on the Preamble

Peter Šajda

Ivona Mičeková The Impact of Instagram on Actual Mood and Body Dissatisfaction of Young Slovak Adult Females Jana Bašnáková, František Gyárfáš
Dominik Novosád Doctrinal Notions About War, Violence and Peace: Buddhist Mahayana and Catholic Christianity Peter Šajda
Michal Sagula The Anatomy of Decision: Being and Event vs. Being and Nothingness Peter Šajda
Alexandra Telepčáková The Position of Women in the Diplomatic Corps Clarissa do Nascimento Tabosa
Lucia Trubenová Ethics and power. The ethical analysis of political leadership František Novosád
Rosina Danilova-Cross Justify at any expense: How effective is Russian securitization of identity discourse? Case study of Russo-Ukrainian conflict Clarissa do Nascimento Tabosa

(Class of 2018/2019)

NAME

SURNAME

TOPIC

THESIS ADVISOR

Jennifer

Bergerová

Kantian Analysis of Universal Declaration of Human Rights

James Griffith

Simona

Fröhlichová

The concept of forgiveness applied to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission;
National Commission on the Disappeared, in Argentina after the Dirty War (1974-
1983)

Dagmar Kusá

Anna

Fumačová

The changing Concept of state sovereignty in Relation to Humanitarian Interventions

Dagmar Kusá

Ivan

Iliev

Security strategy of the EU

Iveta Radičová

Tomáš

Iliev

Israeli Counterterrorism strategies in dealing with Palestinian terrorism from 1993 to 2010: Reactive or Pre-emptive?

Aliaksei Kazharski

Patrícia

Kučárová

National Identity – „Who Belongs“, how Slovak perceive their own nationality

Dagmar Kusá

Alica

Mudráková

The division of CSFR and why there was no referendum in 1992

Karen Henderson/

Samuel Abrahám

Veronika

Novotná

Corruption and Ethics in Democracy

Dagmar Kusá

Ľudmila

Peruňská

The Paradox of Freedom in Hobbes and Rousseau

James Griffith

Barbora

Sedláčková

The US slavery reparations: Does the US government owe reparations to the descendants of slaves?: A Lockean account

James Griffith

Haniah

Závodská

An analysis of the ethics of the technology to reduce landfill biomass in Slovakia/An Ethical aspects analysis of the technology to reduce landfill biomass in Slovakia

James Griffith

Juraj

Lichvár

Intersectional analysis of the visual rhetoric in contemporary popular music art in Slovakia.

Linda Steyne