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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
School psychologist's work in teacher's burnout syndrome
Bartoňová, Anna ; Smetáčková, Irena (advisor) ; Pavlas Martanová, Veronika (referee)
This thesis deals with the work of school psychologists in the field of teachers burnout syndrom. The purpose of this study is to describe how the school psychologists perceive burnout syndrome, how they contribute in its prevention and solving this problem in schools. The theoretical part focuses on the definition of school psychology according to current Czech law and available studies. The focus is on the work of school psychologists with teachers. The following chapters describe burnout syndrome, its causes, symptoms, prevention and how to handle it. The focus is on the teachers, whose job can be risky due to burnout syndrome. The practical part includes the results of qualitative research. The research was derived through interviews with 11 school psychologists (10 women and 1 man). According to my analysis I found that the school psychologists view burnout syndrom as a genuine problem and also recognise that being a teacher can be a risky occupation. They do not have any appropriate diagnostic tools to detect the professional satisfaction of the teachers. In some cases they monitor the situation at school. While working, they both consciously and unconsciously contribute to the prevention of the teachers burnout syndrome. When the teachers know that the psychologists are there for them, it...
Coming out - analysis of mentoring conversations
Jičínská, Lucie ; Smetáčková, Irena (advisor) ; Doubek, David (referee)
This qualitative work is focused on issues related to the non-heterosexual orientation that young people, aged 12-18 who enter the online advice web S barvou ven, are dealing with. These problems were most often related to the process of coming out of which non- heterosexual people most often go through adolescence. The data for this research was obtained directly from the conversations provided by the web S barvou and subsequently a thematic analysis was carried out. The theoretical part describes the development of sexual and gender identity, focusing mainly on adolescence. Information on LGBT people was also provided. Separate chapter was dedicated to the issue of coming out. In the practical part, thematic analysis of chat conversations was carried out. Based on this, four categories of topics were identified - internal coming out, external coming out, reactions to coming out and partner relationships.
Relationship between crying and prosocial behavior in adults: pilot experimental study
Zíková, Lucie ; Lukavská, Kateřina (advisor) ; Smetáčková, Irena (referee)
This thesis deals with the verification of the hypothesis, that a crying person can be helped better than if the latter would not be crying. The aim of this thesis is to carry out a pilot version of an observational experiment and thus identify the problematic moments and other variables, which might enter into the experiment. Mixed design was used to verify this relationship and it consisted of a quantitative analysis of data gathered from mood questionnaires as well as from the observational experiment and the qualitative analyse of data from semi-structured interviews with respondents. The thesis presents basic theoretical concepts and studies relevant for its aim. The survey results have shown that individuals are not capable of identifying the crying during the proposed experimental situation, because they have not paid much attention to the person concerned. The degree of attention towards a crying person depended, inter alia, on the assumed purpose of the presence of the crying person. The distance from the observed situation, the estimation of the competencies of the actress (whether she could handle the situation by herself) and the evaluation of the seriousness of the situation also played their role. It also turned out that when the respondent decided not to help the crying actress; it...
Communication between family and school: The case of a child between institutions in conflict
Machová, Natálie ; Viktorová, Ida (advisor) ; Smetáčková, Irena (referee)
The main goal of this diploma thesis is to map out the area of communication and cooperation between the pupil's parents and school in a conflict situation. At the same time, this thesis examines the impact of said situation on the optimal development of the child, who is in conflicting posture against the two institutions. The theoretical part is devoted to introducing the basic functioning of family and school, its mutual relations and forms of contact between the two institutions. It also illuminates the possible modes of cooperation between parents and school and possible conflicts arising from the relationship. Theoretical framework is focused on the child at the start of compulsory education and his main developmental tasks during the primary school age. The main focus of the thesis is the empirical part, undertaken in the framework of quantitative methodological approach. The case study focuses on a pupil and the critical points of conflict among the school and family as institutions and the child between them. Using analysis of documents, semi-structured interviews and observations, the complicated relationship of particular family and school was researched, and as well the impact of the relations on the development of the child. The findings suggest, that ineffective cooperation and...
Developmental aspects of children from homoparental families
Medová, Julie ; Smetáčková, Irena (advisor) ; Franke, Helena (referee)
This diploma thesis focuses on selected aspects influencing the psychological development of children in homoparental families. The motivation to investigate these aspects is the growing number of children raised in homoparental families, which in turn evokes a debate in our society about possible impacts on the psychological and social development of these children. The aim of this diploma thesis is to determine level of socio-emotional competencies of children in homoparental families and to discover possible differences in their development. This goal was achieved by testing the socio-emotional competencies of a sample of four school-aged children using a standard IDS test and a questionnaire focusing on a challenging school and life situation. To deepen the knowledge about the families and the understanding of the background of upbringing, biographical and anamnestic core data questionnaire was sent to the families before personal meetings and also each child and one or both of his mothers were interviewed. The results of the tests and the questionnaires show no deviation of children raised in homoparental families from the average of heteronormative society in the field of the recognition and regulation of emotions, understanding of social situations and socially competent behavior. The...

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