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Motivation, reward and punishment in primary education and their practical application
Dvořáková, Jana ; Dolista, Josef (advisor) ; Blažková, Miloslava (referee)
The aim of the diploma thesis is the theoretic description of forms of motivation, rewards and punishments applied on elementary school pupils. The research was aimed at the individual forms of motivation, rewards and punishments that respondents apply in their teaching and what the effects are. Theory and practice are compared with the intention to highlight attitudes and features that are applied by teachers in the fields of motivation, rewards and punishments. Consequently, the agreement of forms of motivation and rewards for pupils described in the literature and their application of practical teaching at the elementary school was confirmed. However, the point the academic literature and applied practice differs were the forms and methods of pupil's punishments. Opinions about applied forms of punishment have been diverged by individual interviewed teachers although researched file shows considerable agreement in the previous two topics. The purpose of the thesis is to acquire an outline and detailed information about the given issue and their subsequent comparison with the practice knowledge. The thesis also enriches the theoretical resources with the real experience and whatsoever, there is a general monitoring of the approach of elementary school teachers to this issue. The practical part proceeds in...
The position of social work in the achievement of benefit help in material needs
Aubusová, Karolína ; Arnoldová, Anna (advisor) ; Dolista, Josef (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with the status of social work on the agenda of assistance in material need. In the theoretical part I deal with the organizational structure of the Labor Office of the Czech Republic and I deal with the theme of the changes in the social reform in 2012. Next, I deal with the definition of the concept of material emergency, I define individual types of benefits here and I recently deal with the definition of the theoretical framework of social work the agenda of assistance in material need. In the practical part I deal with the main research questions "How do the social workers of the Department of Assistance in the Material Need of the PA of the Czech Republic in the exercise of the agenda of assistance in material need perceive the current status of social work?". The research part helps quantitative methods explore how social workers look at the status of social work within the agenda of assistance in material need. The research shows that social workers use social work methods within the framework of the aid agenda in material need, but are limited by the conditions prevailing in their wards. Personnel undersizing affects the overall position of social work in the Czech Labor Office.
Philosophical aspects of education in dialogue between Wolfgang Brezinka and Zygmunt Bauman
Dvořáková, Jana ; Dolista, Josef (advisor) ; Zátka, Vlastimil (referee)
The text of this work is primarily based on the works of Wolfgang Brezinka, focusing on the philosophy of education and on many sociological works by Zygmunt Bauman, which are cited for better orientation in the philosophical-educational context of the chapter focusing on the philosophy of education used in the antiquity The aim was to present the reader with at least a brief awareness of the individual aspects of the philosophy of education as presented by Brezinka and to supplement it with the possible aspects that can be taken from Bauman, who primarily focuses on exploring the socio-cultural phenomena of the modern society. Gradually, the essential characteristics, features, and characteristics that accompanied the upbringing in antiquity are presented, just as the educational aims and beliefs in relation to the upbringing that is presented by Brezinka. Furthermore, there are discussed and examined the pitfalls of modernism and postmodernism in relation to personality, culture, society and philosophical-educational possibilities as pointed out by Bauman. The amount of works on the philosophy of education is insufficient and even here, of course, it has not been possible to cover all the philosophical aspects of education which are available to the authors dealing with the philosophy of education, yet...
John Henry Newman - life and work in the context of the struggle for the universality of the Church
Krejčí, Květoslav Tomáš ; Veverková, Kamila (advisor) ; Procházka, Pavel (referee) ; Dolista, Josef (referee)
John Henry Newman - life and work in the context of the struggle for the universality of the Church ThDr. JUDr. Květoslav Tomáš Krejčí, M.Phil. (Oxon), Ph.D. In the absence of any Czech language monograph since 1939 (or 1947), the thesis presents a summary of the life and work of John Henry Newman (1801-1890). It also contains an original Czech translation of selected writings. Due to its character of a thesis in history of theology, the work also introduces Newman as a writer. A particular attention is given to the reception of Newman's thought in France and Germany, his relationship with Catholic modernism and liberal theology as well as to Newman's impact on the documents of Vatican II.
Working with spirituality of addiction services clients from the perspective of professionals
Šormová, Monika ; Vacek, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Dolista, Josef (referee)
Starting-point of this work is the conflict of that spiritual dimension of holistic approach is mentioned in professional literature as an contributing element in preventing and successful treatment of addiction and other diseases. Less mentioned is how sepcifically working with klients spierituality looks like. Therefore, the aim of this study is to describe how addiction service workers perceive spirituality, whether and how they work with this dimension and where they see the benefitst of working with it. The research method was semi-structured interview, which was analysed by the elements od grounded theory - namely the open coding. Then the significant phenomena was sorted by relevance, and put into a broader context. In disscusion there are results compared with findings from the theoretical partof this work. The research has shown, that the addiction service workers sees spirituality as a way on which person is evolving. They are not holding back in working with spirituality, on the contrary, they show respect for the area and the needs associated with it. They are capable and willing to adapt their work with clients to that needs, especially in terms of guiding the client through the procces of realizing that dimensions by themselves. Addiction services workers perceive work with...
Christianization of Iceland
Pešek, Tadeáš ; Veverková, Kamila (advisor) ; Dolista, Josef (referee)
This essay deals with the beginnings of Christianity in Iceland and his fight with the original pagan religion of Scandinavia. This document is divided into two parts. The first part focuses on the political and religious situation in the whole of Scandinavia before the actual Christianization. It looks closer into the colonization of Iceland, journeys of Vikings and pagan mythology. The second part deals with the adoption of Christianity in Iceland, Church conflicts with the State power and development the structure of the Church.
Efraim Freud - Son of Duty
Vodička, Roman ; Dolista, Josef (referee) ; Nosek, Bedřich (referee)
Life and Work of Ephraim Freud, builder of Israel, writers and translators. His childhood and youth in pre-war Czechoslovakia, World War II. lived in the Jewish Brigade, living and working in Israel since its inception in the early 21st. century. The basis of the work is electronic correspondence with Ephraim Freud, is accompanied by archival research, literature and contemporary newspaper articles.
Philosophical Expression of Cathedrals
Slavík, Martin ; Veverková, Kamila (advisor) ; Dolista, Josef (referee)
Philosophical Expression of Cathedrals by Bc. Martin Slavík The dissertation is devoted to the topic of the sacral gothic architecture, namely the construction of medieval cathedrals, in which architecture seeks the deeper philosophical and theological context of the period spirituality, cosmology and the perception of correspondences of man and the world. The research dives in sacred geometry and architecture of the golden number that corresponds to the Pythagorean mysticism of numbers. The work is based on a broad theoretical base, which includes philosophy, theology, psychology ( especially Jung and by him affected the current archetypal psychology, further daseinpsychology and psychological sphere influenced by philosophical reference of Martin Heidegger ). The work is multidisciplinary, although its centerpiece are always cathedrals in the context of the medieval world. The work also mentions specific status of the cathedral in a broad spectrum of sacral architecture and on this basis reveals the spiritual interconnection of medieval and ancient world. Contents: Cathedral in the context of medieval society Formation of the cathedrals St. Vitus Cathedral Saints in the context of St. Vitus cathedral Medieval man in the context of his world and thinking Pilgrimages and pilgrimage in the medieval Word...

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