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Sexual harassment of Czech university students in 2018 - comparison with 2008 research
Dvořáková, Dominika ; Smetáčková, Irena (advisor) ; Kolářová, Kateřina (referee)
The principal objective of my thesis was to find out what changes in sexual harassment of university students have occurred since 2008/2009 when the research project Sexual harassment at university: occurrence and perception was carried out. In the theoretical part I describe the term sexual harassment, specifics of the university environment and at the end of the theoretical part I show negative effects of sexual harassment and outline possible ways how to prevent it. In the methodological part I describe the research itself. I interviewed a total of 946 students using a questionnaire survey to find out what forms of sexual harassment students most often face, whether women perceive annoying behaviour more critically than men and whether they have more experience with it and also how students define sexual harassment. The analysis of the results showed that there were no major changes in the total share of students who experienced the sexual harassment by their teachers compared to the previous research. At the same time, some types of harassing behaviour have become more frequent (e.g. abusive behaviour due to being a man or a woman, ridiculing students' appearance). Keywords: sexual harassment, universities, education, gender stereotypes
Weddings organized by wedding agency. Etnographic study
Hamsová, Martina ; Kolářová, Kateřina (advisor) ; Baslarová, Iva (referee)
This thesis focuses on the weddings, which has been assisted by a wedding agency. The work focuses mainly on the wedding day, on capturing the distribution of tasks and competences in planning and acting of participants (fiancés, parents and organizers) and the factors leading to it. The aim of the research is to examine the practices of the couples and focus on the distribution of power, gender stereotypes and moments that are negotiated between generations in the context of traditions and financial capital. The thesis describes the social concept of a relationship and captures the factors associated with the form of contemporary relationships such as the change of love, intimacy and sexuality in the relationship. The key period is a transition to a modern, respectively a postmodern form of this relationship in our territory that will serve as the basis for my analysis. Wedding will be also described as a changing event with several components that can significantly affect the course of the wedding - especially the traditions, customs and roles and tasks of individual wedding actors associated with their wedding competences which have an economic character. Keywords: wedding, love, power, gender, tradition, wedding agency, financial capital
"Czech women want to be pretty everywhere too" Labiaplasty - imaginations of aesthetics and bodily ability of vagina
Hutarová, Adéla ; Kolářová, Kateřina (advisor) ; Hasmanová Marhánková, Jaroslava (referee)
in English This thesis deals with the motives of women who have chosen to undergo labiaplasty and discusses the broader context of this newly growing aesthetic surgery. The main subject of the research is the discussion of the connection between the negative physical self-perception of women and the imaginations of the aesthetic normality of the female body. In this context it is also being investigated the influence of colonial racist ideology, power of the media and the construct of physical (dis)ability through the optics of disability studies. The role of medical authority and the influence of medical diagnosis are also explored in the research of the decision-making process. Methodologically, the work is based on qualitative research based on semi-structured interviews with women undergoing labiaplasty, supplemented by an interview with a plastic surgeon. Key words: labiaplasty, body normativity, body (dis)ability, body aesthetic
The vaccination against cervical cancer
Sekaninová, Jitka ; Kolářová, Kateřina (advisor) ; Pešťanská, Zuzana (referee)
The topic of my thesis is cervical cancer and its prevention with emergence on vaccination against cervical cancer. The aim of my diploma thesis is to use analyzation of the campaign against cervical cancer, All I can, and analyzation of interviews with mothers who have decided to vaccinate their daughters to find out how the responsibility of mothers for health of daughters is constructed in the connection with cervical cancer. I am interested in how campaign promoting a vaccination articulates what is good or bad motherhood and how mothers construct a good motherhood. I am also interested in gender consequences of campaign that it brings and how mothers prevent health of their daughters. The thesis shows that health is our project and is as good as we care about it. In the connection with reproductive health there is mainly appear a theme of considering risks which participate on creation of good parenthood. The thesis talks about different medicalization of child body that is set up and reproduce by interviewed mothers and by campaign. It brings gender inequalities and stereotypical gender constructions and questions of who is responsible for reproductive health.
THE APPROACHES TO SEXUALITY OF PEOPLE WTH DISABILITY IN SOCIAL CARE ORGANISATION. Comparison of sexual surrogate projects in the Czech Republic and New South Wales
Janíčková, Kateřina ; Kolářová, Kateřina (advisor) ; Kobová, Ĺubica (referee)
In my thesis I discuss sexuality of disabled people, the service of sexual surrogacy and the conditions which are in this sense set in social care institutions. My aim is to offer an insight into the openness of the representatives of these institutions to discuss sexuality of social care recipients. This should outline what starting position for those who provide information or practical assistance in satisfaction of sexual needs of disabled people is. Besides, I compare the situation in the Czech Republic with the situation in New South Wales. In this Australian country, there was a survey few years ago similar to the one I recently made here in the Czech Republic and I want to compare their results. New South Wales is in my thesis the example of countries where providing sexual services is legal while in the Czech republic there this way of making money lies in "grey market". The different approach to legislation of providing sexual services in my point of view and also according to the information I found out influences how people perceive the service of sexual surrogacy for disabled. Based on that, I expect the results of Australian survey and also the extent of accessibility to information and sexual surrogacy shows to be more favourable than those in the Czech Republic.
The Politicization of Sexuality in South Africa
Ptáčníková, Iveta ; Kolářová, Kateřina (advisor) ; Jiroutová Kynčlová, Tereza (referee)
1 Abstract This diploma thesis deals with the topic of politicization of sexuality in South Africa in relation to sexual violence against children. Using qualitative content analysis the paper examines, how the "baby rape" phenomenon is described in South African media production and how it relates to the new democracy in the post-apartheid South Africa. Likewise, attention is paid to the issue of virginity testing, which is interpreted as a reaction to the "moral crisis" of the newly formed democratic nation. The examined issue is viewed in the wider context of social relations, therefore using an intersectional approach. The analytical aspect of the analysis includes the categories of race, gender, and sexuality. The intersectional concept analyzes the role of media representation in designing individual social categories and thus strengthening certain forms of oppression. The theoretical background of the work is based on black feminism and the Stanley Cohen's theory of moral panic. With analysing media representation it is examined the way the gender, sexuality, and race are studied and represented in order to answer the thesis question of how Western discourse intersects through these analytical categories. Keywords: media representation, qualitative content analysis, intersectionality, politization of...
The Analyses of Queries from Web Counselling of Gender Studies, o. p. s. submitted between the Years 2006 - 2014
Verešová, Zuzana ; Pavlík, Petr (advisor) ; Kolářová, Kateřina (referee)
This diploma thesis analyses the questions that were put in to the Gender Studies, o. p. s. online law centre between the years 2006 and 2014. This online law centre is primarily dedicated to answer questions on the topic of discrimination in the labour market, especially on issues relating to maternity or paternity leave as well as reconciliation of personal and working life. The theoretical part is devoted to putting this issue into the appropriate social and legal context. The main aim of this thesis is to answer the research question on what are the topics of the questions asked in this online law centre within the above mentioned time period, and also to determine whether men and women are interested in diverse topics. The chosen research method is quantitative content analysis. The outputs of this analysis are rather descriptive due to the high number of analysed queries. Keywords: discrimination, maternity leave, paternity leave, paternal allowance, reconciliation of personal and working life.
Valuation of the Firm by Using Income Capitalization Approach
Miloševský, Filip ; Kolářová, Kateřina (referee) ; Karas, Michal (advisor)
This thesis assesses market value of company Unipetrol a.s. by using income-based valuation method. The first part of this thesis includes strategic, financial and SWOT analysis. Afterwards particular valuation methods are applied. In conclusion statement of company value as of 31. 12. 2016 is reported.
Elusive view: Ideas about the family and best interests of the child in the context of putting children to alternative family care/education
Jílková, Tereza ; Kolářová, Kateřina (advisor) ; Benešová, Jana (referee)
A subject of this diploma paper is to follow practise of putting children into alternative family care. The key method of finding answers is analysis of interviews with social workers and a worker of socially legal protection of children, and content analysis of texts and documents connected with the issue of alternative family care. The paper examines the role of social workers in the process of putting applicants into register for any form of alternative family care and workers' influence in forming such a process. The aim is to focus on social workers' activity analysis and to discover in which moments and in which ways ideological and normative settings of social workers might affect practice of putting children into alternative family care. One of the points of activity analysis is description of social workers' fulfilment of a concept - the best interest of a child and family. The paper is looking for the answer to what extent and in which moments normative ideas of family and topics family related might affect putting or not putting a child into a particular applicant's care.
Gender aspects of body and corporeality of female downhill longboard riders
Víznerová, Petra ; Kolářová, Kateřina (advisor) ; Šlesingerová, Eva (referee)
Focusing on girls who compete in downhill longboarding, this thesis examines how women are pushed to display typically "male" characteristics in order to succeed. With contemporary western society viewing attributes such as speed, being competitive, overcoming fear and coping with pain as typically masculine traits, the main research goal of this inquiry is to find out how female riders cope with maintaining their femininity in the masculinized world of downhill longboarding. The main focus is on observing how female riders cope with being a good rider and being feminine at the same time, primarily through the way this double-faced pressure is projected in the bodies of female downhill longboarders.The theoretical part of this thesis is mainly focused on a sport as a gendered/masculinized field and the ideal form of the body constructed by the sociocultural pressure and instructions which are associated with it. The analytical part of this thesis is focused on the experiences of Czech female downhillers and the way in which they negotiate their femininity/masculinity, perceived or otherwise, and how the gender order is projected onto their bodies. This thesis aims to reveal the ambivalences caused by the pressure to women to maintain the hegemonic femininity and be masculinized competitive sport...

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