AJ29999 Státní závěrečná zkouška magisterská

Filozofická fakulta
podzim 2019
Rozsah
0/0/0. 0 kr. Ukončení: SZk.
Vyučující
prof. Mgr. Milada Franková, CSc., M.A. (náhr. zkoušející)
prof. PhDr. Ludmila Urbanová, CSc. (náhr. zkoušející)
Garance
doc. PhDr. Jana Chamonikolasová, Ph.D.
Katedra anglistiky a amerikanistiky - Filozofická fakulta
Kontaktní osoba: Tomáš Hanzálek
Dodavatelské pracoviště: Katedra anglistiky a amerikanistiky - Filozofická fakulta
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Upon completion of this course, students have demonstrated their ability to appraise and evaluate theoretical approaches in their given field of study. They are able to compare and contrast various scholarly approaches. They have a profound knowledge of the discipline including the ability to implement the various skills relating to the specific field of study.
Osnova
  • The Master's State Exam consist of two parts:
  • 1. Defense of the Master's Diploma Thesis (there is no defense for the Master's Non-diploma Thesis)
  • 2. Oral examination of five books in the student's chosen track (which must correspond with both the submitted thesis and coursework) selected from the following list: This list is for all studentsof Combined Studies and for those students in Day Studies whose year of matriculation is 2008 or later. The list is divided into two parts, based on the choice of track (Literary and Cultural Studies or Linguistics). Students should select texts only from that list assigned to the track they have indicated on their Thesis Topic Registration form, which will have been submitted to the Department prior to writing their Master’s Thesis. Students should also carefully follow the instructions for selecting texts associated with each list. All of the texts are available in the Faculty of Arts Central Library in multiple copies, with one copy of each on reserve (prezenčně). Students are encouraged to purchase copies of these texts for themselves.


  • Literary and Cultural Studies

  • Compulsory Lists: Students must choose one text from List A and one text from List B.


  • List A

  • Bloom, Harold. The Western Canon

  • Eagleton, Terry. Literary Theory


  • List B

  • Brantlinger, Patrick. Crusoe’sFootprints

  • Jenks, Chris. Culture


  • Area Lists: Students must choose three books. Each book must be from a different area listed below.


  • Area 1

  • Abrams, M. H. The Mirror and the Lamp

  • Bakhtin, Mikhail. The Dialogic Imagination

  • Buell, Lawrence. The Future of Environmental Criticism:Environmental Crisis and Literary Imagination

  • Cunningham,Valentine. Reading after Theory

  • Frye, Northrop. Anatomy of Criticism

  • Wellek, Rene and Austin Warren. Theory of Literature


  • Area 2

  • Foucault, Michel. The Archaeology of Knowledge & The Discourse on Language

  • Harvey, David. The Condition of Postmodernity

  • Mitchell, Juliet. Psychoanalysis and Feminism

  • Said, Edward. Orientalism

  • Sedgwick, Eve Kosofsky. Between Men

  • White, Hayden. Tropics of Discourse


  • Area 3

  • Carby, Hazel. Reconstructing Womanhood: The Emergence of the Afro-American Woman Novelist

  • Connor, Steven. The English Novel in History 1950-1995

  • Greenblatt, Stepehen. Renaissance Self-Fashioning

  • Leavis, F. R. The Great Tradition

  • Murphy, Patrick D. Farther Afield in the Study of Nature-Oriented Literature

  • Robb, Graham. Strangers: Homosexual Love in the Nineteenth Century

  • The New Pelican Guide to English Literature , Volumes 1-8 (select one volume only)


  • Area 4

  • Anderson, Benedict. Imagined Communities

  • Ashcroft, Bill, Gareth Griffith and Helen Tiffin. The Empire Writes Back

  • Bernd, Simon. Identity in Modern Society: ASocial Psychological Perspective

  • Gates, Louis Henry. The Signifying Monkey: A Theory of African-American Literary Criticism

  • Nicholls, Bill. Ideology and the Image

  • Williams, Raymond. The Country and the City


  • LINGUISTICS

  • Compulsory Lists: Students must choose one text from List A and one text from List B.


  • List A

  • Crystal, David. Linguistics

  • Svartvik, Jan andLeech, Geoffrey. English: One Tongue,Many Voices


  • List B

  • Firbas, Jan. Functional sentence perspective in writtenand spoken communication

  • Levý, Jiří. Umění překladu

  • Vachek, Josef. Selected Writings in English and General Linguistics

  • Area Lists: Students must choose three books. Each book must be from a differentarea listed below. Students may only choose books from Areas 4 and 5 or Areas 6 and 7 with the permission oftheir thesis advisor listed on the Thesis Topic Registration form.


  • Area 1

  • Allan, Keith. Natural LanguageSemantics

  • Cruttenden, Alan. Gimson’s Pronunciationof English

  • Huang, Yan. Pragmatics

  • Mathesius, Vilém. A Functional Analysisof Present Day English on a General Linguistic Basis

  • Meyerhoff Miriam. Introducing Sociolinguistics

  • Weber, Jean J. The Stylistics Reader: From Roman Jakobson to the Present.


  • Area 2

  • Collins, Beverley S. Practical Phonetis and Phonology

  • Coulmas, Florian. Sociolinguistics:The Study of Speakers’ Choices

  • Leech, Geoffrey. Stylein Fiction: A Linguistic Introductionto English Fictional Prose

  • Leech, Geoffrey, Margaret Deuchar and Robert Hoogenraad. English Grammar for Today: A New Introduction (2005)

  • Saeed, John I. Semantics.

  • Thomas, Jenny. Meaning inInteraction


  • Area 3

  • Chafe, Wallace. Discourse, Consciousness, and Time

  • Joseph, John I. Language and Identity

  • Lyons, John: Linguistic Semantics: An Introduction

  • McIntyre, Dan. History of English

  • Schendl, Herbert. Historical linguistics

  • Tárnyiková, Jarmila. Chapters from Modern English Syntax


  • Area 4 (Applied Linguistics: Translation Studies)

  • Chesterman, Andrew: Memes of Translation: The Spread of Ideas in Translation Theory

  • Nida, Eugena A. and Charles R.Taber: The Theory and Practice of Translation

  • Nord, Christiane: Translating as a Purposeful Activity

  • Toury, Gideon: DescriptiveTranslation Studies and Beyond

  • Venuti, Lawrence: The Translator’s Invisibility: A History of Translation


  • Area 5 (Applied Linguistics: Translation Studies)

  • Hermans, Theo and Anthony Pym. Translation in Systems: Descriptive and System-oriented Approaches Explained

  • Popovič, Anton. Teória umeleckého prekladu: aspekty textu a literárnej metakomunikácie

  • Pym, Anthony. Method in Translation History

  • Steiner, George. After Babel: Aspects of Language and Translation

  • Tabakowska, Elzbieta. Cognitive Linguistics and Poetics of Translation: Language in Performance


  • Area 6 (Applied Linguistics: Language Teaching Methodology)

  • Aitchison, Jean. The Articulate Mammal: An Introduction to Psycholinguistics

  • Larsen-Freeman,Diane. Techniques and Principles in Language Teaching (Teaching Techniques in English as a Second Language)

  • Lightbrown, Patsy and Nina Spada. How Languages Are Learned

  • Richards, Jack C. and Theodore S. Rodgers. Approaches and Methods in Language Teaching


  • Area 7 (Applied Linguistics: Language Teaching Methodology)

  • Crookes, Graham. A Practicum in TESOL: Professional Development through Teaching Practice

  • Graves, Kathleen. Designing Language Courses: A Guide for Teachers

  • Hughes, Arthur. Testing for Language Teachers

  • Nation, I. S. P. Learning Vocabulary in Another Language

  • Odlin, Terrance. Language Transfer: Cross-Linguistic Influence in Language Learning

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Výukové metody
Oral Examination by Committee.
Metody hodnocení
Vote of State Exam Committee
Vyučovací jazyk
Angličtina
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Předmět je zařazen také v obdobích podzim 1999, jaro 2000, podzim 2000, jaro 2001, podzim 2001, jaro 2002, podzim 2002, jaro 2003, podzim 2003, jaro 2004, podzim 2004, jaro 2005, podzim 2005, jaro 2006, podzim 2006, jaro 2007, podzim 2007, jaro 2008, podzim 2008, jaro 2009, podzim 2009, jaro 2010, podzim 2010, jaro 2011, podzim 2011, jaro 2012, podzim 2012, jaro 2013, podzim 2013, jaro 2014, podzim 2014, jaro 2015, podzim 2015, jaro 2016, podzim 2016, jaro 2017, podzim 2017, jaro 2018, podzim 2018, jaro 2019.
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