Magdalena Kašková

Magdalena Kašková
Charles University in Prague | CUNI · Department of Social Geography and Regional Development

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Place and brand: place branding and problems of its conceptualisation – Along with goods and services, marketing practices are being increasingly applied also to places. By means of one of these techniques (place branding), places are made visible, their images are improved and identities enhanced in order to attract tourists, investors and inhabit...
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Heritage as a form of imagination and representation of the past is often believed to be helping in understanding one’s own identity and contributing to the feeling of rootedness in place. But what happens if this continuity between past and present is interrupted? After the World War II Czech borderland witnessed almost total population exchange w...
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Always in flux, landscapes are never stabile. Mobilities of various objects and subjects are either inherent part or directly and indirectly contribute to these continual transformations. During the 20th century Czech landscapes have witnessed several transformations induced by political, cultural, economic and societal development. Thus the aim of...
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After World War II Czech borderland witnessed almost total population exchange connected with significant cultural change. The transfer of the Czech Germans broke the continuity of its settlement, cultivation and interpretation. New residents had to conform to living in for most of them new environment. After 1989 there has been growing interest of...
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During the period following the end of World War II, Czech borderland witnessed almost total population exchange connected with significant cultural change. With the transfer of the Czech Germans the continuity of the landscape development, management and interpretation was broken. During the 2nd half of the 20th century the new residents, the sett...
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KAŠKOVÁ, M., CHROMÝ, P. (2014): Regional product labelling as part of the region formation process. The case of Czechia. AUC Geographica, 49, 2, 87–98. – Regional product labelling can be described as a part of 'alternative food networks' since both of them share the idea of 're-connecting' spatially and socially separated production and consumptio...

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