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The theory of voluntary failure by L. M. Salamon. Case study of spolek Naděje.
Schreinerová, Alena ; Šťovíčková Jantulová, Magdaléna (advisor) ; Benyovszky, Selma (referee)
The goal of this paper is to identify four types of voluntary failure by L. M. Salamone in Czech public-serving non-governmental organizations (NGO's) and to determine extend of their display by studying of the development of one particular organization and presence and dynamics of these failures. The paper is a case study of the NGO spolek Naděje which mostly works in the field of social services across the area of the Czech Republic. This organization is examined by predefined indicators which were chosen for all four types of voluntary failure. These are philanthropic insufficiency, philanthropic particularism, philanthropic paternalism and philanthropic amateurism. The paper consists of five parts. The theoretical part introduces the key concepts and theories for this paper, fundamental definitions of the civil sector, theory of the state and market failure, a role of the civil sector and brief characteristics of public-serving NGO's. Last but not least there are described four types of voluntary failure of Salamone. The next part presents the methodology of the study for which it was chosen strategy of the research, i.e. case study of one public-serving NGO, and research indicators. Finally, the empirical part includes the research which analyses the dynamics of the development of researched...
Cooperation Model between NGOs and Probation Service Liberec in the Punishment of Public Works
Vastlová, Markéta ; Šťovíčková Jantulová, Magdaléna (advisor) ; Muhič Dizdarevič, Selma (referee)
The objective of this diploma thesis is study of cooperation between Probation service Liberec, which represents public sector, and the NGOs as representatives of civil sector. These organisations provide means for people who are sentenced to punishment of community service. The aim of this study is identification of a model of cooperation, show the development of this model since its beginning in 2002, and finally, to introduce the external environment that influences this model. The theoretical basis crucial for this thesis is a Bryson, Crosby and Stones's concept of Governing Public-Nonprofit Collaborations. They focus on governing structure, governing processes, rules and external environment, which makes the structure of my study. The design of the research used in this diploma thesis is a case study. Data were gathered by method of semi-structured interviews of probation workers and by analysing of documents related to laws, methodical standards and other resources.
The Formation and Nature of the Relations between the Government and Non-profit Organizations Case Study of Meta o.p.s.
Richterová, Natálie ; Šťovíčková Jantulová, Magdaléna (advisor) ; Klípa, Ondřej (referee)
The goal of this paper is to describe the relationship between a non-governmental organisation and the government. The paper is a case study of the non-governmental organization Meta o.p.s. which works in the field of integrating foreigners and focuses on the issue of educating pupils who speak various mother tongues. The paper deals with the development of relationships, the roles within these relationships the organization fulfils with regards to the government, and the influence these relationships with the government have on the organization's goals and development. Furthermore, the paper focuses on the persisting barriers which prevent these relationships from being created and developed. The relationships between Meta o.p.s. and the government are observed on individual levels of the public administration (national, regional, municipal). The paper consists of 4 parts. The theoretical part introduces basic theoretical starting points, namely models of relationships between the government and non-governmental organizations, and the roles fulfilled by non-governmental organizations in the society. The next part presents the methodology and chosen strategy of the research, i.e. case study. The empirical part monitors the development and nature of the relationships on individual levels of the public...
Multicultural Topics in Youth Club Using Treshold Principles
Vladyková, Barbora ; Moree, Dana (advisor) ; Šťovíčková Jantulová, Magdaléna (referee)
There are many aproaches to coexistence people from different culture, in the context of modern world. One of the aproaches is multicultural education. Significant attention has been given to multicultural education in school context, but only little attention has been given to multicultural education in context out of school environment. The aim of this work is presented view to field multicultural education in context out of school environment, specifically in youth club using the treshold principles. Main research method is semi-structure interviews with coordinators of youth club using the treshold priciples in Plzeňský and Karlovarský region, next method is document analysis.
Comparison of Organizational Culture in Public, Comercial and Nonprofit Service Providers
Boháčková, Markéta ; Šťovíčková Jantulová, Magdaléna (advisor) ; Pospíšilová, Tereza (referee)
This Diploma Thesis focuses on comparison of organisational culture in state-controlled, commercial and non-profit organisations in the area of pre-school education. It is based on the Competing Values Framework developed by Cameron and Quinn, according to whom there are four types of organisational culture. The goal of this Thesis is to identify and describe the culture types in organisations in the above-mentioned three sectors, and to subsequently compare these types so that their similarities and differences can be revealed. The chosen method of research is a case study; the data was collected by a questionnaire survey among employees and by analysis of documents used in the organisations. My research has indicated that the organisational culture in the three sectors is similar in certain elements, but different in others. An established similarity is the presence of the clan culture, which is a friendly and informal working environment. Regarding the differences, the culture is more bureaucratic and hierarchic in a state-controlled organisation, while more dynamic and focused on innovations in commercial and non-profit ones.
Civic engagement of parents in area of inclusive education
Míčková, Lenka ; Moree, Dana (advisor) ; Šťovíčková Jantulová, Magdaléna (referee)
This work focuses on civic engagement of parents, especially in the field of inclusion in education. In my work I will deal with the civic engagement of parents in inclusive education and try to find out the ways in which parents engage in education. I will also deal here with the theoretical concepts that are related to my work, such as inclusion or civic engagement. I will focus my work primarily on the "parent for inclusion" alliance that parents created to support their and other children and their parents in regular schools. The Alliance will deal with both the theoretical and the practical aspects. The practical part of my work is qualitative, and as a method I chose interviews with members of the alliance. I found out how parents engaged and answered all my research questions. Key words: civic engagement, education, parents, inclusion, special educational needs

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