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Issues of transgenerational violence among families in the Czech Republic from the perspective of social work
Špinarová, Radka ; Davidová, Ivana (advisor) ; Havránková, Olga (referee)
(in English): This diploma thesis focuses on domestic violence from its history to the definitions of both a person in need and a violent person. It also describes legal tools of protection against domestic violence in the Czech Republic and its possiblities of help endangered persons as well as violent persons from the point of view of social work. The main topic is trans-generational violence in families which deals with these groups: children (descendants) versus parents, grandchildren versus grand-parents and last but not least great-grand parents versus their families. Describing what consequences of the transgenerational violence might have on every single member of family, victims themselves, offenders and their closest relationships. The practical part is based on mixed-research, especifically on surveys questionnaires of professionals from helping professions, who are concerned with the issues of transgenerational violence. The semi-structured questionnaires concentrate on possibilities of help of social work to victims and offenders. Moreover, motives, factors, services, prevention of transgenerational violence and domestic violence are emphasis.
How do childern handle shared custody?
Müllerová, Žofie ; Matoušek, Oldřich (advisor) ; Havránková, Olga (referee)
(in English): The aim of this thesis is to find out how shared custody influences lives of children. The theoretical part is divided into six chapters. In the first one, I focus on the issues associated with divorce. The chapter starts with the history of divorce rates in our country including present day divorce rate statistics and the description of what divorce proceedings look like and their effect on the decision making of childcare after divorce. I also talk about how children handle divorce and how it reflects on their adult life. In this context I mention certain organizations and institutions where parents and children can seek help in the time around the divorce. In chapter four, I focus on the types of childcare after divorce and compare its advantages and disadvantages. After that I examine how the media, general public, and professionals view shared custody. The theoretical part ends with a chapter on specific situations in which court can decide for shared custody. That is followed by qualitative research on how shared custody is evaluated by professionals, such as teachers, carers, pedagogical assistants, social workers, workers of advisory centre and psychologists.
Adaptation to homelessness
Preložníková, Tereza ; Havránková, Olga (advisor) ; Vojtíšek, Petr (referee)
(in English): The content of the bachelor thesis is how the current homeless people have adapted to a homelesslife. In thetheoretical part the thesis deals with issues of homelessness in general, forms of homelessness, also the specifics of people without shelter, the adaptation proces for homelessness and organizations dealing with homelessness. The practical part of the thesis deals directly with the adaptive process of living without a home. This part of the thesis is realized by semi-structured interview with persons without shelter and case reports.
Benefits of artetherapeutical and music therapy methods and techniques in social services for people with autistic spectrum disorders
Lejčková, Michaela ; Havránková, Olga (advisor) ; Dudová, Monika (referee)
(in English): The topic of the bachelor thesis is the contribution of methods and techniques of artetherapy and music therapy for people with autistic spectrum disorders in the kontext of providing social services. The aim of this work is to find out how music therapy and art therapy methods and techniques used in social services affect people with autistic spectrum disorders and how they influence the functioning of these persons in social services. The work defines arteteraphy and music therapy and describes the methods and techniques used. It also focuses on the problems of autistic spektrum disorders and the current possibilities and limits of social services for people with this disability. Practical part of the thesis includes qualitative research with arteterapists and music therapists. This surfy is intended to show specific methods and techniques that positively affect people with autistic spektrum disorders and this indirectly help to improve the delivery of social services.
Necessity of Crisis Intervention for informal caregivers
Hašplová, Anna ; Havránková, Olga (advisor) ; Vodáčková, Daniela (referee)
The main topic of this bachelor thesis is crisis intervention for people taking care of their close ones (informal caregivers). This paper focuses on informal caregiving for elderly, sick or disabled family members and personal crisis which is habitually accompanying long term caregiving. The theoretical part is focused on informal caregivers, quality of life of informal caregivers, crisis, typology of crisis, help during a crisis and crisis intervention (its principles, forms, possibilities, and application). Practical part contains an analysis and evaluation of questionnaires filled in by informal caregivers from the Czech Republic. The aim of my bachelor thesis is to point out the need to help informal caregivers in crisis situations that often accompany care. In the practical part of my work, my goal was to research the necessity of crisis intervention and the means that caregivers use in the crisis, be it formal or informal support from loved ones, as well as self-help in crisis.
Attitudes of selected helping professions to Epilepsy
Filipová, Hana ; Dragomirecká, Eva (advisor) ; Havránková, Olga (referee)
The Diploma thesis is focused on attitudes of helping profession to epilepsy. The aim of theoretical part is to introduce life with epilepsy and to increase public awareness of the illness. As a part of the thesis there is refuting myths and prejudices that are often cause of negative attitudes. Helping professions are a main part of life both of epileptics and their families as well their surroundings and their attitudes affect most of it so it is main sample of the research. Theoretical part is divided into few chapters. In the initial chapter there are defined basic concepts important for good orientation in the topic - stereotypes, prejudices and attitudes. Its theories, functions and changes are further described more in detail. Next chapters describe epilepsy from medical and social aspects such as Etiology of epilepsy, epileptic seizures classification, its diagnostics and treatment are mentioned there. First aid during epileptic seizures and role of social workers are not missing. Further diploma thesis covers problematics such as social stigmatization and myths connected with epilepsy. From wider perspective impact of epilepsy on social and personal life is revealed to readers. Research part of the diploma thesis was created by quantitative method using questionnaire survey. The aim of...
Opportunities to manage repeat callers to the children's helpline Linka bezpečí, z.s.
Krebsová, Alexandra ; Vodáčková, Daniela (advisor) ; Havránková, Olga (referee)
(in English) The aim of this work is to perform an in-depth analysis of the workplace of the children's crisis line - Linka bezpečí, focusing on the work of consultants with repeat callers of this line. The chosen subject was processed by a quantitative method (finding the number of calls with long-term clients on the crisis line during the six-month period, the duration of these calls, the topics that repeat callers bring to the calls on the line, etc.) and the qualitative method - organization a focus group with Linka bezpečí line's staff to find out their potential to work with long-term clients. The main result of the thesis is a summary of the findings, which make the work with the long-term calling clients easy for the workers and which, on the contrary, make it difficult, along with practical tips for practice.
Suicidality of Seniors
Havránková, Olga ; Loneková, Katarína (advisor) ; Dragomirecká, Eva (referee) ; Kocourková, Jana (referee)
The aim of this work is to study the phenomenon of suicide of seniors in the context of PBSP needs. The suicidality of seniors is a serious problem and it can be assumed that its importance will increase as a result of aging of population. I tried to find out which PBSP needs are in the largest deficit in sucidal threatened seniors and how to describe the phenomenon of suicidality of elderly people. This dissertation project was realized in the form of a qualitative research study, namely the method of interpretative phenomenological analysis, the principle of which is the study of living human experience and its individualized meaning, supplemented by other relevant research methods. The primary source of data was semi-structured interviews with seniors who had suicidal thoughts, tendencies, or attempts. This research confirmed that every need of a suicidal senior can be detected by the PBSP system and then use it to better understand how to work with this individual. The need, which respondents had in the biggest deficit, was the need of place (doubt about one's own place in the world, loneliness, and the loss of meaning). It also turned out that suicidal ideas of seniors, no matter how many actually acts suicidal, unexpectedly high. The risk and safety factors, that this research has shown,...
Self - help groups, their significance and offer in Czech Republic
Sovová, Petra ; Havránková, Olga (advisor) ; Vodáčková, Daniela (referee)
(in English): The Bachelor thesis Self - help groups, their significance and offer in Czech Republic is focused on experience and a point of view of self-help groups founders and organizers from different towns in the Czech Republic. Moreover, it deals with important factors influencing birth, development and keeping a good- working self-help group. The theoretical part includes features, definitions and typology of self-help groups. It is concerned with the meaning and risks of self-help groups. The research is, through qualitative dialogues, based on so far less discussed topics concerning self-help groups from the point of view of their founders and organizers.
Awareness of Teplice Grammar school students about domestic violence in the family and its influence on the development of the child
Janáčová, Monika ; Havránková, Olga (advisor) ; Vodáčková, Daniela (referee)
This work deals with a serious pathological phenomenon, which is domestic violence. The main focus is on children who grow up in such an unfavorable environment and at the same time become witnesses of domestic violence or direct victims. In this work I focus on the variant when the perpetrator becomes a father and and the victim is mother or child. My work deals mainly with the impacts of this issue on mental and physical health, family relationships and problems that may arise in the future life of the child. The aim of this work is to summarize the knowledge of domestic violence, to define what actually falls under that concept, to characterize the personality of the victim and the aggressor and to describe the forms, causes, consequences and risk factors of domestic violence.

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