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Well - being of children and teenagers from institutional care
Rubešová, Kateřina ; Novotná, Hana (advisor) ; Presslerová, Pavla (referee)
This thesis deals with the specifics of subjectively perceived well-being of early and mid adolescents (11 - 15 years) who are curretly living in Czech foster homes. The purpose of this study is to describe whether their life satisfaction differ from those, who are growing up with biological parents. If so, in what aspects and why. The theoretical part focuses on various concepts of well-being, current institutional care situation in the Czech Republic, its benefits and risks, the developmental period of early and mid adolescence with its outstanding characteristics. In addition, the newest studies related to the topic are covered. The practical part includes mixed approaches (both quantitative and qualitative) through the KIDSCREEN- 52 questionnaire and suplemental anamnestic questionnaire. In total 53 children from 8 different foster homes filled out both questionnaires. The research results show, that life satisfaction of children in institutional care is in three domains (moods and emotions, school environment, social acceptance and bullying) lower in comparison with children who are living with their families. No significant differences were found in the remaining seven domains. Children from foster homes are satisfied with both biological parents and professional carers. They tend to idealise...
Analysis of Employment and Unmployment in Ústí nad Labem Region compared to the Czech Republic in 2007 - 2015
Novotná, Hana ; Stracený, Josef (advisor) ; Tichá, Milena (referee)
The thesis deals with the issue of employment and unemployment, including its socio- economic aspects in the Ústí nad Labem region compared to the Czech Republic between years 2007 and 2015. The theoretical part describes the nature of unemployment (breakdowns, causes, impacts, unemployment solution) including the impact of macroeconomic indicators, fiscal and monetary policies, with particular respect to active employment policy. The practical part includes the analysis of the Ústí nad Labem Region itself and its employment and unemployment, taking into account the benchmark of the Czech Republic with a polemic on the effectiveness of employment policy and its settings. The thesis implements the SWOT analysis of the Ústí nad Labem Region, which describes weaknesses and strengths and identifies individual opportunities and threats. The data were gained from the Czech Statistical Office and the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs.
Informed and engaged patient: The case of Crohn's disease
Kocelský, David ; Numerato, Dino (advisor) ; Novotná, Hana (referee)
This bachelor's thesis focuses on the relationship between the patient and the doctor, which can be changed by the influence of the Internet and modern technologies. Possible relationship transformation is investigated from the perspective of patients with Crohn's disease. The aim of the work is to find out whether Internet access can affect the relationship between the patient and the doctor. In the theoretical part, there is described the importance of trust, which fulfills an important function in the relationship between the patient and the doctor. Furthermore, the social role of the patient in society and the medical description of Crohn's disease are also clarified here. The results of the thesis are presented and analyzed in the empirical part. The data was gathered through semi structured interviews with six patients with Crohn's disease and two chairmen of patient organizations. The research results did not confirm the assumption that access to the internet may be the cause of a change in the relationship between the patient and the doctor. Respondents interviewed stated that the relationship with their doctor was based on trust, and the information found from the Internet would not be preferred to those provided to them by their doctor.
Analysis of advertising job offers in daily press and on the Internet - 2016
Novotná, Hana ; Vojtěch, Jiří
The analysis focuses on the structure of demand for occupations and sought qualifications and competencies. This is a quantitative survey in order to gather relevant information about the structure of the most frequently encountered types of professions and the qualifications and competences sought by applicants, including the demands for education, language skills, practice and other skills, abilities and skills of adepts in the professions.
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Self - esteem in Adolescents in Institutional Care with Foster Care Experiences
Kubátová, Jitka ; Novotná, Hana (advisor) ; Michálková, Lucie (referee)
This thesis is devoted to the self-esteem in adolescent children (16-18 years), who have a long term foster care experience and due to their educational problems they have been ordered institutional care. The aim of the thesis is to explore how adolescents perceive and evaluate themselves with this experience and whether and how they reflect their experience with subtitute family care and institutional care to their self-esteem. The theoretical part is focused on specifics of adolescence, theoretical construct of self- esteem, system of foster care and institutional care in the Czech republic. The practical part includes research with adolescents within the qualitative paradigm. The form of self-esteem is explored through interviews with boys. Results of the data analysis are compared in the final part with actual theoretical knowledge in this area. KEYWORDS adolescence, adoption, fostercare, institutional care, self-esteem, substitute family care
Who Has Bats in the Belfry: A Social Science Study of the Ghost Phenomenon from the Point of View of Castellans
Rybová, Tereza ; Spalová, Barbora (advisor) ; Novotná, Hana (referee)
Author of this bachelor thesis attempts to uncover the phenomenon of castle ghosts from the point of view of castellans (caretakers and managers of castles). The situations that castellans experience have some features of the so-called boundary objects. These objects are typical for their ambiguity and acquiring of different meanings, depending on the point of view taken. In this case, there are two opposite viewpoints. On the one hand, there is the visitors' desire to meet or see a real ghost that is known from books and legends. On the other hand, the experience of people who work and live in castles is totally different - more intimate and inward. The author would like to describe this so far unresearched phenomenon by analysis of thirteen interviews with castellans of Czech castles. Yet this study does not present a plain description of supernatural situations. The author rather attempts to conclude how castellans face these situations. These castellans are considered as very pragmatic and respectable persons who dedicated their lives to care for a historical building. Even in this fact there is a remarkable contradiction. It is apparent that castellans are captivated by the mystical atmosphere of their work places. Still, they are required to be rational persons who need to handle the upkeep...
Life in the Piar Fellowship
Šulcová, Zuzana ; Spalová, Barbora (advisor) ; Novotná, Hana (referee)
The subject of this bachelor thesis is a catholic charismatic community called Spoločenstvo Piar (PIAR Fellowship). This fellowship aims at young people in the region of Prievidza, SK, and its goal is to explain them basic Christian values by attractive and comprehensible means. These means are generally called formation. In my thesis, I describe what the formation looks like, I explain the three phases of formation, how the formation is kept up to date and interesting for young people, and also what meaning is given to experience and emotions, since the importance of experience is becoming more and more popular in contemporary Slovak religiosity. My research has shown that the main values of this fellowship are relationship with God, relationship with people and developing personal potential. The main means of formation are common prayer meetings, talking about life in small groups, sermons and weekend renewals. Beside that, the members of Piar meet informally and encourage each other in the values. Formation can be split up in three phases: first is the excitement phase and it allows a new member to become emotionally involved, second is the purification phase which challenges the member and third is the anchor phase - that's when the member finds his life calling. To keep the formation up to...

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