Jan Hercik

Jan Hercik
Palacký University Olomouc · Department of Geography

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The main aim of the research was to determine teachers? opinion on the importance of teaching equipment in geography classroom. The research was conducted during the school year 2020/2021. A total of 134 geography teachers from different districts in Serbia took part in the survey. In general, 57.5% of the participants stated that their school buil...
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The return of the local democracy to the military training areas raises a number of complex challenges even under the conditions of a democratic state. In the municipalities that were established in the Czech Republic on 1 January 2016 by a separation from the territory of the military training areas, a nondemocratic paternalist system has dominate...
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The future life-styles and pro-environmental behaviour of today’s younger students will be a cardinal factor in mitigating the severity of projected climate change. In this study, Czech students at upper-primary and secondary-school levels responded to a set of covertly paired statements designed to assess their beliefs concerning the usefulness of...
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One of the basic transformation processes of the period since 1989 has been that of demilitarisation. Among other things, one of its consequences is the emergence of abandoned military buildings and areas - so-called military brownfields. These kinds of brownfields have a large number of specific features to which their subsequent revitalisation mu...
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The problem of the reuse of abandoned military sites has arisen in post-communist countries in central and eastern Europe since 1989. It brought about a sudden process of demilitarisation and a consequent loss of the original functions. The size of the armed forces has gradually been shrunk and their configuration changed, causing numerous areas an...
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One of the key issues with which many – not only Czech – municipalities are confronted today is the reconversion and revitalization of abandoned buildings or complete areas which have lost their original function. The original function of these sites is quite varied, just as is their potential for subsequent revitalization. One of the types of brow...
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The problem of the reuse of abandoned military sites has arisen in post-communist countries in central and eastern Europe since 1989. It brought about a sudden process of demilitarisation and a consequent loss of the original functions. The size of the armed forces has gradually been shrunk and their configuration changed, causing numerous areas an...

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