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Public participation in small municipalities of Central Bohemian Region
Pečenka, Samuel ; Pospíšilová, Lucie (advisor) ; Stachová, Jana (referee)
This master thesis deals with public participation, as a possible way of decision making in small municipalities of Central Bohemian Region. The study is based on theoretical resources about place conception and public participation in particular. The aim of the thesis is to delineate public participation among municipal mayors, to find whether and how it functions, and to point out specific examples in selected municipalities. The answers to these questions are based on the evaluation and analysis of the results of the Internet questionnaire survey and the analysis of individual interviews in case studies. Research among mayors of municipalities shows a relatively positive attitude towards public participation and a relatively large number of actions, where citizens are called upon to express their views on a particular decision. However, public participation, where people have the opportunity to change things, is rare. Research also shows, that one of the main perceived barriers to public participation is apathy of citizens, who often participate only when they disagree with something they are bothered. Nevertheless some examples demonstrate, that involvement of citizens in a particular decision-making can lead to decisions, which are for citizens more acceptable. Key words: Central Bohemian...
Residential satisfaction on housing estate U Nádraží
Pečenka, Samuel ; Kopecká, Zuzana (advisor) ; Matoušek, Roman (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with residential satisfaction, it's fractional aspects of their importance and relation to socio-demographic structure of a group of population, living at Kutna Hora house estate U Nádraží. The study is based on theoretical resources and satisfactory of the population, as well as problems of construction settlement. This study is focused on valuation and analysis of the results obtained via questionnaires, surveys and population census statistical data. The study implies, that the location of selected population living around this area is satisfactory and adequate for a significant segment of the local residents. However, the residental classification does imply some problems. Most of those people living at the location do not consider the place completely safe and ideal for living. Key words: Kutná Hora, residential satisfaction, housing estate, residential stability

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