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The Sense of Professional Failure and Helplessness of Nurses Working in Palliative Care.
BENEŠ, Jiří
The thesis deals with the effects of professional failure and helplessness experienced by nurses working in palliative care. The objectives of this thesis were to find out whether nurses often suffer from the negative feelings, to examine the influence of the job on their personal lives, to identify the most common problems related to their jobs and to find out if they regret choosing this type of job. To achieve these objectives, the following questions were asked: What is the influence of palliative care environment on nurses' lives and personalities? What factors influence nurses' professional performance? Why did they choose this type of job? What are the most stressful situations they experience? Does the workload make them feel helpless? What helps the nurses cope with stressful situations? We used qualitative research methods and conducted half structured interviews with fifteen research participants; eight of them work in non-hospice palliative care and seven participants work in hospices. The research results showed that palliative care has an influence on nurses' personal lives to a large extent; however, not only in negative ways. The research participants find their jobs mentally demanding and hard to separate from personal lives but they do not regret choosing the job. The participants responded that they often feel helpless but not hopeless. The feeling of failure is rather rare and occurs only under specific conditions. The most common and serious problems the participants encounter were characterized as conflicts at work, work stress, patient´s worsening state of health or patient's death, communication with family of a patient who passed away, big responsibility, misunderstandings with patients or their families, taking care of confused or aggressive patients and of patients with persisting pain, death of a young patient, patient's inability to find reconciliation with their condition or patient's unawareness of their state of health. This thesis also outlines a close relationship between high demands of palliative care and burnout syndrome and could be used for further research on this topic. Simultaneously, the data received from the research participants provides an analysis of palliative care nurses' feelings and work satisfaction and will be communicated to the management of given facilities. The findings of this work could be also presented at a conference in the future.
The Samaria ostraca as a source of information about religious life at the end of North Israel Kingdom period
Šebestová, Veronika ; Beneš, Jiří (advisor) ; Melmuk, Petr (referee)
This thesis deals with the ostraca from Samaria, one of the most significant archeological discovery from the point of view of religious life in northern Israel. The thesis briefly introduces the religious world of Israel Region (Egypt, Mesopotamia and Canaan) and of Israel itself. The main focus of this thesis relates to the Samaria ostraca and the main emphasis is placed on the names of recipients and owners that can be found in ostraca trees which are consequently compared to the religious situation in Israel during 8th century BC (the approximate period to which the formation of ostraca are dated). Final chapters try to complete the main purpose which is outlined in the main part of the thesis (Dating of ostraca, Kuntillet Adžrud, Bull in Old Orient). It tries to seek for possible parallels between biblical and historical texts, archeological discoveries and the ostraca themselves. In the Annex can be found tables from years 9, 10 and 15 which contains number of ostrakon, names of owners and recipicients. In conclusion of the thesis is talking about polytheism in northern Israel at 8th century BC.
Research report Project Midfree 2. phase
Beneš, Jiří ; Karabyn, Vasyl ; Matoušek, Ondřej ; Špína, Michal
Research report describing the creation of an engineering model to predict possibilities of suppressing problematic surface structures.
Research report Project Midfree
Beneš, Jiří ; Matoušek, Ondřej ; Špína, Michal ; Tomka, David
Research report describing the process chain model, MSF measurement methodology, vibration and tool evaluation.
Ancient Theology of the Samaritans: Specific Interpolation, Duplication, and Other Text Changes in the
Verzichová, Klára ; Beneš, Jiří (advisor) ; Holubová, Markéta (referee) ; Dušek, Jan (referee)
1 Summary Starověká teologie Samaritánů: specifická funkce interpolací, duplikací a dalších textových změn v Samaritánském pentateuchu Ancient Theology of the Samaritans: Specific Interpolation, Duplication, and Other Text Changes in the Samaritan Pentateuch Klára Verzichová This thesis focuses primarily on the development of the Ten Commandments in the Samaritan Pentateuch, which is relatively neglected in the Czech Republic. The Samaritan Pentateuch belongs to fascinating text witnesses like the Qumran texts, whose discovery has been a major shift in the theories of biblical texts. A specific feature of the Samaritan Ten Command is the addition of the 10th commandment, which is the compilation of several verses from Deuteronomy. Who and when added the 10th commandment is still the subject of speculation. The aim of the dissertation was to concentrate all relevant text witnesses from the Qumran texts, to analyze them, to provide a probable translation (due to fragmentary form of many of them) and then to compare each other with the Samaritan and Masoretic texts. The aim is, therefore, a biography of the Decalogue - the reconstruction of the textual development of the Samaritan Decalogue and its transformation over time. The text of the work also deals with the general introduction of the Samaritan...
The social accents of the pre - exilic Prophets (Historical and Theological Background)
Šprta, Marian ; Beneš, Jiří (advisor) ; Jaluška, Aleš (referee)
Resume: The work has a special theme of social accents of the prophets in the period before the exile. There is question what the chronology of the history of the royal era, in which the prophets spoke, was, what social processes were taking place at that time and how they are documented by biblical history and archeology. The first part of the work describes the historical situation in which these prophets were spreading their message. In this epoch the King's time was at the top of its peak, after which the crisis of transition from tribal society started into the urban civilization started which was finished by Israel's exile to Assyria and Judea in Babylon. In the northern empire peaks of the prosperity are considered to be the period during the reign of Achab and Jeroboam II. In the southern Empire it is the Uzziah's period. These peak times of prosperity, stemming from the state development, successful battles, and foreign trade, brought with an increase in social inequality and damage to social relations. The work depicts this time according to biblical sources, particulary the 1st and 2nd Books of Kings and the 2nd Paralipomenon. This section is followed by a chapter on interpretations by which Biblical archeology interprets archeological finds related to the time of the kingdom, especially from the...
The Message of the book of Haggai
Holý, Jiří ; Beneš, Jiří (advisor) ; Roubalová, Marie (referee)
The Message of book of Haggai Abstract of Diploma thesis This Diploma thesis deals with message of book of Haggai, uses two original Sources: hebrew text (Tanak) and Greek text (Septuagint). Each of the original text is translated into czech in the context of exegesis research. Both exegeses are constructed verse by verse. This thesis is divided into four chapters. Chapter one focuses on the message of book of Haggai in Tanach, chapter two in Septuagint. Chapter three compares results of both exegeses. The last chapter of this thesis tracks the history of interpretations, i. e. results of selected interpreters: Jan Calvin and others from 19th, 20th and 21st century in the Europe and the USA. Commentaries of book of Haggai do not reflect everything, Author of this thesis reacts on it in last chapter (on the basis of both exegeses). This is the benefit of this thesis. God's message to his people is the most important message of book of Haggai. Most theologians of the Old Testament claim, that God's intention was new Temple in Jerusalem (i.e. Second Temple). The results of this Diploma thesis coincide with the results of Czech theologian Jiří Beneš (2006): God's word about the Temple is the metaphor, the Temple is God's people. God's intention is repented of the heart. The message of book of Haggai coincide...
Akhenaten's religious reform as a background of Moses's antireligious emphases in Torah
Bureš, Jiří ; Beneš, Jiří (advisor) ; Janák, Jiří (referee)
The aim of this thesis is searching for possible influences of Akhenaten's religious reform on the person of early Moses. The first part is devoted to the analysis of Akhenaten's reform and events and religious currents that may have left marks on its character. I believe that for understanding of this reform, which is atypical from the perspective of Egyptian history, it is important to briefly mention preceding traditions and historical events that may have inspired Akhenaten. The second part deals with the analysis of Moses's story, especially where Moses is most confronted with Egyptian civilisation. The question of historicity of exodus is also discussed. On the basis of acquired findings, the third part summarises individual similarities and differences in the legacies of both men. Unequivocal conclusions could not be arrived at due to the nature of available resources. However, I believe that further and more detailed research in this area and closer examination of individual resources which were beyond the scope of this work could lead to other interesting findings.
The Journeys of Gilgamesh and Abraham: A Comparison
Nash, Alexander ; Vymětalová Hrabáková, Eva (advisor) ; Beneš, Jiří (referee)
Few can claim to have never heard of Abraham or Gilgamesh. In terms of renown, the two are so rooted in our cultural awareness that it is highly unlikely that they will ever be truly forgotten. But whilst there have been many publication analyzing one or the other, few have ever attempted a side by side comparison of the duo. Therefore we shall not focus on introducing both characters, but try to see where their key differences lie. Since a complete comparison of every individual motive would be too broad for the purpose of this work, we are going to focus on three particular concepts: the hero's journey, immortality and relations to the divine. The first of these is also a brief introduction of the concept itself, since along with its author Joseph Campbell, it is a rather obscure topic on czech academic grounds. The second and third concepts are closer to an analysis of the cultural and religious settings and norms relevant for the authors of both texts.
Genetic diversity of Czech populations of critically endangered blues (Lepidoptera, Lycaenidae)
BENEŠ, Jiří
Butterfly family Lycaenidae is cosmopolitan. Some species of the family are common in the Czech Republic, but some are at the risk of extinction, which is caused either by lack of habitat or host plant deficiency. Among the most endangered species in the Czech Republic are the damon blue (Polyommatus damon (Denis a Schiffermüller, 1775)) and the turquoise blue (Polyommatus dorylas (Denis a Schiffermüller, 1775)). This thesis aims to review the biology of both species, causes of threat and possibilities of their practical conservation, and to describe genetic variability of Czech populations of two critically endangered Lycenids, the damon blue and the turquoise blue, and to compare them with European populations for potential import of alien individuals to Czech populations. Genetic assignment is important for possible reintroduction or revitalization of Czech populations from foreign sources. I detected in this thesis that the damon blue has more genetic variability than the turquoise blue and this pattern is not only geographical. I assume that Czech populations of both species experienced bottleneck and are under genetic drift. Furthermore, the Central European individuals genetically differ from Southern European and Baltic samples, and the number of haplotypes is high in Central Europe. The current distribution is not caused by colonization after the last glacial period. According to the results, it is appropriate to protect all current populations separately, rather than supplement them from other sources, because they can be genetically different. Finally, I discuss the management planned for the two species in the Czech Republic and connect it to my results.

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