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THE WAY HOW YOU TALK TO ME
Štanclová, Růžena ; ČUNDERLE, Michal (advisor) ; SLAVÍKOVÁ, Eva (referee)
This work deals with the description of dialogues conducted in different social roles. The work is based on authors working experiences and it is pointing to differences in interviews between different professions. Different ways of communication are documented by the optics of personal observations, which subsequently allowed the problem to be examined also in connection with the influence of authors field of study. This influence has proved to be crucial. In the end, authors came with question whether it is possible, despite professional deformity, to keep own mindful attitude and passion in everyday life, including routine work duties.
Determination of content substances for selected species and varieties of roses.
Slavíková, Eva ; Sus, Josef (advisor) ; Súkeníková, Tereza (referee)
This bachelor's work is focused on comparing the most significant content substance, vitamin C, in fruits of chosen rose kinds species and varieties. Herbal products are often seen by people as products of "second choice", when failure of allopathic treatment occurs, which is focused especially on suppressing symptoms of illness, but it ignores health of the human body as whole. That's why are herbal products often alternative for therapy of chronic diseases. The base of this work is extensive literary research and results of laboratory measurings. Literary part of this work includes description of botanical classification of rose plants. There is stated basic characteristic of individual rose species and their morphological features. In following chapters is composed overview of effective substances in rose fruits and their effect on human health. In practical part of this work are included results of laboratory tests for determining ascorbic acid content for chosen samples of rose species and it also includes results of weighing and measuring of fruit samples of chosen rose species. There are also stated chosen rose species and shortly their origin and description, in the beginning of practical part. For practical part were chosen samples of species. Results of practical part are compiled into statistic tables and graphs and it confirms high content of ascorbic acid in rose fruits. This content is in range of cca 300 - 900 mg.100 g-1. Due to growing interest in alternative treatment options and "clean" natural product, it can be assumed, that many plants of Rosaceae family will keep its place in treatment practice. Those plants will be used not only for treatment of acute and chronic diseases, but also for cosmetic products production, thanks to its large effects and process options.
Determination of content substances for selected species and varieties of roses.
Slavíková, Eva ; Sus, Josef (advisor) ; Súkeníková, Tereza (referee)
This bachelor's work is focused on comparing the most significant content substance, vitamin C, in fruits of chosen rose kinds species and varieties. Herbal products are often seen by people as products of "second choice", when failure of allopathic treatment occurs, which is focused especially on suppressing symptoms of illness, but it ignores health of the human body as whole. That's why are herbal products often alternative for therapy of chronic diseases. The base of this work is extensive literary research and results of laboratory measurings. Literary part of this work includes description of botanical classification of rose plants. There is stated basic characteristic of individual rose species and their morphological features. In following chapters is composed overview of effective substances in rose fruits and their effect on human health. In practical part of this work are included results of laboratory tests for determining ascorbic acid content for chosen samples of rose species and it also includes results of weighing and measuring of fruit samples of chosen rose species. There are also stated chosen rose species and shortly their origin and description, in the beginning of practical part. For practical part were chosen samples of species. Results of practical part are compiled into statistic tables and graphs and it confirms high content of ascorbic acid in rose fruits. This content is in range of cca 300 - 900 mg.100 g-1. Due to growing interest in alternative treatment options and "clean" natural product, it can be assumed, that many plants of Rosaceae family will keep its place in treatment practice. Those plants will be used not only for treatment of acute and chronic diseases, but also for cosmetic products production, thanks to its large effects and process options.
Welfare assessment of organically farmed cattle
Slavíková, Eva ; Chaloupková, Helena (advisor) ; Ilona, Ilona (referee)
Ethical issues in livestock breeding have been in focus of public interest recently. A strong attention is paid to living space, ability to express natural behaviour, and good care of animals known as welfare. Presented thesis aims in evaluation of animal welfare indicators on 20 farms with organic dairy production using the methodology of Welfare Quality (WQ). The following criteria were assessed: absence of prolonged hunger and thirst, comfort around resting, ease of movement, absence of injuries, disease, and pain induced by management procedures, expression of social and other behaviours, human-animal relationship, and emotional state. These criteria are combined into four basic principles: good feeding, good housing, good health, and appropriate behaviour. Principal attention is paid to the relationship between animal welfare and health. Most farms showed high scoring of good feeding including the proportion of very lean cows and sufficient water supply. Good housing got also high evaluation, because the organic farming standards require loose housing and majority of time spent grazing on pastures. Lower scoring of good health was caused by dehorning on a part of farms, which decreases the absence of injuries evaluation. Farms had mostly low proportion of lame cows, cows with lesions and hairless patches, and cows with discharges and diarrhoea; no cow had mastitis. No expression of agonistic behaviour was recorded, the scoring of human-animal relationship and positive emotional state was fairly good, too. Obtained scores were generally higher compared to results from conventional farms published in literature. All farms were evaluated as enhanced or excellent. Larger herds had generally lower scoring of human-animal relationship, but higher scoring of positive emotional state. Farms with dehorned animals exhibited lower proportion of very lean cows and nasal discharge. A higher percentage of lame cows was found on farms with worse cleanliness compared to farms with cleaner conditions. Proportion of lame cows correlated with the proportion of very lean cows, and together with the proportion of cows with integument alterations it was influenced by the comfort around resting. It was confirmed that good conditions of cow breeding and good welfare lead to better health and behaviour of animals. Organic farming creates favourable conditions for good animal health and welfare. The output of the thesis provides farmers an evaluation of animal welfare on their farms and a comparison with other farms.
The World according to the Larp
Koubová, Karolína ; SLAVÍKOVÁ, Eva (advisor) ; MALANÍKOVÁ, Hana (referee)
In my diploma thesis I deal with the phenomenon of chamber LARP and through it I get to the reflection of my studies at the Department of Authorial Creativity and Pedagogy [KATaP]. My first approach to the writing assumed that the live action role playing (LARP) is based on similar assumptions and motivations as the basic disciplines of the department. The more detailed I looked at this game, I had to modify the original hypothesis of similarity. Process that I describe in my thesis has finally reverse trend. I do not describe LARP with regard to the experience of KATaP, but the LARP experience leads me to the reflection and exploration of the five-year study. Gradually, (Inter) acting With the Inner Partner, authorship and game become the subject of my research. I also think of the possibility of an authentic experience and try to answer the question of for what is the truth in own creation and access to myself. It is largely a subjective view and an offer of my personal experiences and experience from University and from the practice of LARP.
Acting as both a profession and a study programme
Vaculíková, Šárka ; SLAVÍKOVÁ, Eva (advisor) ; POKORNÁ, Jaroslava (referee)
In my bachelor thesis Acting as both a Profession and a Study Programme I describe my experience with various methods of acting. I go through examples from my own career in the theatre and in the television and film-making with focus on the possible advantages and disadvantages of working with pedagogues and directors. I examine how their experience and techniques could and have helped me develop both as an actress and as a person and if their advice pushed me forward in my pursuit of theatrical education or rather held me back and how my own approach to acting has changed through the course of my career.
To be and to be aware of it - From selfknowledge to psychotherapy
Vaverová, Lucie ; SLAVÍKOVÁ, Eva (advisor) ; PILÁTOVÁ, Jana (referee)
This master´s thesis describes author´s life journey from her interest in a conscious selfknowledge to her actual professional directions. Discussed is the theme of selfknowledge with a focus on the study of psychosomatic disciplines. The author reflects them and creating of her final authorial performance, one by one. Emphasis is put on self-reflection and personal experience.
My relationship towards me, others and life: process and reflection
Svobodová, Pavlína ; Slavíková, Eva (advisor) ; Pokorná, Jaroslava (referee)
This master?s thesis describes the way the author goes through to find and accept herself which is considered to be a precondition for free life, communication and creativity. Two learning processes that help her are defined here ? studies at the Department of authorship and pedagogy and individual psychotherapy. The attention is focused on personal experience and self-reflection.
Improvization of acting people with serious visual handicap
Laňková, Renata ; Slavíková, Eva (advisor) ; Pilátová, Jana (referee)
I would like to focus in my dissertation on improvization of acting people with serious visual handicap. These improvizations took place during theatre course from 2007 till 2008. This dissertation is divide into 3 parts. First part focuses on history and content of theatre course I've mentioned above and also visual handicap problems and psychical impact on human personality. Second part describes people who were involved in and their specific needs and verbal and movement improvization too. At the end I reflected the cooperation of the group and describe the knowledges which I got as the member of the group and as the social worker.

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