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Social work through the eyes of helping professions
Veselá, Michaela ; Dragomirecká, Eva (advisor) ; Matoušek, Oldřich (referee)
(in English): My thesis refers to social work in hospitals through the eyes of helping professions in the territory of the Prague capital. The thesis is more specifically related to the health-social work which is considered a subdiscipline of social work. The aim of the thesis is to obtain the view of the employees of the assisting professions who work in hospitals on social work and, as such, work of health-social employees. The entire thesis is divided into two parts - theoretical and practical. The theoretical part introduces readers to the profession of social work, its ethics and values. This part presents the social worker, his qualifications and job description. Next, it deals with the quality of social work and shortly presents Quality Standards of social services and provides the insight into the historical background of social work. The second chapter deals with social work in the health sector, its legislative framework, health-social worker - his qualifications, job description and competences. The end part of the second chapter provides an inspiration from abroad respectively from the United States of America and Finland. Chapter three covers assisting professions, their definitions, divisions, characteristics and job descriptions of different professions. In the next chapter we can...
Construction of an educational program for early care consultants
Mertlová, Petra ; Matoušek, Oldřich (advisor) ; Barlová, Jitka (referee)
(in English) This diploma thesis aims to map in detail the profession of an early childhood intervention counselor and to find out professional demands and personality prerequisites, which are necessary for its performance. The first part of the thesis deals with the collection of theoretical knowledge about the early childhood intervention social prevention service from its beginnings in the Czech Republic to the present state. It also defines the clientele of the service, which is a family with a child with a disability or at risk of development under the age of seven years. In the research part, based on an analysis of the results of four methods, which are a questionnaire, a time snapshot of the day, a semi-structured interview and a critical incidents technique, the work analysis of early childhood intervention is compiled. The whole work is concluded by the construction of an educational program, which is based on the research findings and the created work analysis.
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.
Construction of a new social service for multiple-problem clients
Kocmánková, Dagmar ; Matoušek, Oldřich (advisor) ; Vojtíšek, Petr (referee)
The bachelor thesis "Construction of social service for multi-problem clients" deals with barriers in the use of social services by apparent homeless people, maps their needs and proposes a new low-threshold social service based on obtained data from a qualitative survey. The new social service presents models to overcome barriers, addresses the legislative framework of the service, and proposes a type of organization that could deliver the service. Powered by TCPDF (
Social aspects of ageing regarding homeless people in connection with systemic measures taken in the city of Prague
Pěnkava, Pavel ; Matoušek, Oldřich (advisor) ; Koldinská, Kristina (referee) ; Vágnerová, Marie (referee)
Homelessness is a socio-pathological phenomenon, caused by the inability of an individual to deal with crisis situations and leading to the lost of relationships but also the material environment. As a result of the above, the social exclusion of the individuals gradually becomes unchangeable. Here, Pěnkava (2013) describes the vertical decline within the social stratification, which brings a deep frustration and in a number of cases leads to resignation on the efforts to deal efficiently with the unfavorable situation. The causes of such collapse are multifactorial and hence, in order to solve them there is cooperation on the level of multidisciplinary teams needed. However, numerous issues are currently being solved by social workers only, who in many cases are forced to replace experts in fields such as law, psychology, pedagogy of leisure time, geriatry or medicine. The central theme of the dissertation is dealing with the possibilities and limitations of people without home in old age living in the Capital City of Prague. Considering the factors of age, the diversity in satisfying their needs and the associated risks involved, is this a specific group of people that is, moreover, at immediate risk to their lives and health. As a consequence, the dignity of these people is being hurt not only...
Possibillities and limitations of short term foster care for chidlren with attachment disorder
Hubáčková, Tereza ; Vodáčková, Daniela (advisor) ; Matoušek, Oldřich (referee)
This bachelor's thesis strives to explore the current issue of short term foster care in relation to children with an attachment disorder and thus contribute towards the ongoing debate about further development of this instrument of social and legal child protection. In the theory part of my thesis, I describe the theory of attachment and explain the term attachment disorder. The next part of my thesis is dedicated to short-term foster care, the exploration of its origin and evolution and the description of its current position. In the practical part of my thesis, I present my qualitative research, which I carried out amongst psychologists and other specialists who actively devote themselves to the issue of children at risk and amongst short term foster parents who have cared for a child with an attachment disorder. I have catalogued the data obtained from semi-structured interviews by means of thematic and narrative analysis, put them into context and drawn from them the answers I had asked at the beginning.
Probation supervision and its application in the context of the imposition of sanctions on youth
Eliášová, Diana ; Hulmáková, Jana (advisor) ; Matoušek, Oldřich (referee)
The primary aim of this diploma thesis is Probation supervision and its application in the context of the imposition of sanctions on youth. The thesis is divided into seven main chapters. The introductory chapter is devoted to defining the terms of probation and supervision, then the thesis is focused on the development of these concepts in the Czech Republic. Next parts are devoted to international documents regulating application and execution of sanctions with the supervision and supervision of a probation officer in Czech law on juvenile offenders. The main topic of the next section is the acitivity and role of the probation officer in the context of probation and supervision. The thesis is then focused on the criminological aspects of application of supervision sanctions. In the last chapter, selected case studies are analyzed. The aim of these analysis is examine te compliance of probation and mediation service methodologies, legislation and the real practice. The target of the thesis is to identify specific differences between the application practice and the mentioned methodologies, respectively the legal adjustments. The thesis finds diffeences in many areas of practice, especially in cooperation with other institutions and non-compliance with obligations by probation officers.
Factors hampering the Integration of Refugee Children
Asfour, Sarah ; Matoušek, Oldřich (advisor) ; Šťastná, Jaroslava (referee)
U N I V E R Z I T A K A R L O V A FILOZOFICKÁ FAKULTA Sociální politika a sociální práce Katedra sociální práce Diplomová práce Master Thesis Bc. Sarah Asfour Factors hampering the integration of Refugee Children Faktory ztěžující integraci uprchlických dětí Vedoucí práce: doc. PhDr. Oldřich Matoušek 2018 ABSTRACT The main aim of this thesis is to describe the factors that hamper the integration of Refugee Children into a new society. Factors that are mentioned in relation to integration are connected with an education gap, unfamiliarity with the language spoken in a new society, a bad economic situation of a family and its consequences and unstable or inappropriate housing. Social economic factors are also mentioned in the thesis. Child Labour closely linked to family conditions are discuess together with the worst form of it: child requitment into army. Refugee children coming from various backgrounds also may face many psychologically challenging situations when forcefully or willingly leaving their home country and other significant situations connected to their refugee status. In this thesis, I discuss psychological distresses that influence children's mental state due to war experience, migration experience, extended stays in refugee camps or post-migration stressors. In this thesis the situation of...
The significance of profession of an intercultural worker for social work in the Czech Republic: with focus on providing services for migrants in non-governmental non-profit organizations in Prague
Vávrová, Lucie ; Vodáčková, Daniela (advisor) ; Matoušek, Oldřich (referee)
in English The bachelor thesis deals with the importance of the profession of intercultural work for social work, with a specific focus on providing services to migrants, who are looking for help in non- state non-profit organizations in Prague. It describes the origins, approaches, resources and characteristics of the newly established profession, thus distinguishing intercultural work, but also interconnecting with social work. It also seeks to find out why migrants come to the Czech Republic, identifies differences in their motivation to migrate and points out the needs of this. These findings attempt to clarify the importance of intercultural work in the Czech Republic. The practical part consists of a questionnaire survey carried out among clients of the Arabic and Russian-speaking communities from the non-governmental non-profit organization Integrační centrum Praha, o.p.s. and intercultural workers from Integrační centrum Praha, o.p.s. and InBáze, z.s. Research presents comparisons of the views of intercultural workers themselves and their clients on the way and the use of services provided.
Social work with traumatised children
Pachlová, Alena ; Hartošová, Tereza (advisor) ; Matoušek, Oldřich (referee)
(in English): The bachelor thesis deals with special techniques of communication with traumatized child in social work. The main purpose of the thesis is to find out whether social workers use special techniques of communication when they are working with children.The first part of the thesis is focused on theoretical background and interviews with children within social work. At the end of the theoretical part are selected some of the best known techniques which were used in interview.The second part is focused on the research, which was realized by qualitative method, there is a purpose which is divided into two partial aims. One of them is focused on social work's education and the second one is about particular view of usage of special techniques.

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