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Development of the roma population,focusing on teenagers
Lovašová, Nikola ; Dvořáčková, Hana (advisor) ; Syslová, Hana (referee)
The aim of this thesis is to illustrate the developmental changes of Gypsy teenagers. It describes the influences caused by the majority society and typical traits of Gypsies. The first part targets the origin of Gypsies. The historical background affecting the social status of Gypsies is defined as well as the attitudes of the majority society to the Gypsy community. In both theoretical and practical terms, the paper targets the interaction of the majority society and the Gypsy minority considering their sociocultural differences. Based on the qualitative research the thesis introduces the objective outcomes reflecting the coexistence of Gypsies and the majority society.
Roma Child in the Educational Process
Přibylová, Petra ; Váňová, Miroslava (advisor) ; Syslová, Hana (referee)
The thesis titled Roma child in the educational process aims to describe the specifics of Roma pupil in relation to his upbringing and education compared with children from the majority society. The first part deals with the history of Roma and its impact on the current situation of the Roma in society. The next section describes the education of Roma children in both families and at school, and try to identify possible barriers that prevent the successful integration of Roma children among their Czech peers. In conclusion, the practical part is disassembled own experience working with Romani pupil in confrontation with theoretical knowledge described in the first part.
Caretaking in Selected Socially Excluded Areas
Ledinská, Silvie ; Syslová, Hana (advisor) ; Chittussiová, Lenka (referee)
Caretaking in Selected Socially Excluded Areas Silvie Ledinská This bachelor thesis "Caretaking in Selected Socially Excluded Areas" deals with the issue of socially excluded areas and an inclusive tool of caretaking studied in three such areas. The present thesis is divided in two parts. The first, theoretical part, explains the background of socially excluded areas. It describes the characteristics of excluded areas and the processes responsible for their formation. Attention is also paid to discrimination on the grounds of ethnic origin as one of the causes of social exclusion. Competences of authorities and the existing tools supporting social inclusion are also described there in terms of such excluded areas, both on the level of national and local government. To conclude, the general part of the thesis mentions specific fields putting the concept of caretaking into wider context and supporting the understanding of this specific tool. The second part is rather practical. It explains how caretaking works and describes specific examples taking place in three selected areas: the towns of Kadaň, Kolín and Český Krumlov. The author characterizes these excluded areas in brief and describes what the tool of caretaking, its creation, purpose and impact look like there. The described forms of...
Traditional Beliefs of Roms
Navrátil, Pavel ; Váňová, Miroslava (referee) ; Syslová, Hana (advisor)
The aim of the thesis is to describe the religious practice and rituals which have been kept until now in certain Romany regions. Primarily it concerns Servika Roma and Vlachika Roma.
Some family Traditions and Habits of Slovakian Roma
Krůzová, Gabriela ; Syslová, Hana (advisor) ; Gebelt, Jiří (referee)
This final assignment is focused on the description of some basic family traditions and habits of slovakian Roma, which are still living settled in the way of their life.
Education Problems of Roma (Gypsies)
Ropek, Pavel ; Mazáčová, Nataša (advisor) ; Syslová, Hana (referee)
My central tendency is to make good or not to make good that Gypsies' relation to the education and institutions of education is negative and also to specify factors which influence this situation. We can consider that as a fall of the bad situation with education of Gypsies. I made a decision to evidence this tendency by two researches. The first of them was focused on confrontation of opinions on problems with education of Gypsies by teachers who work at common elementary schools. I've chosen two different elementary schools which are situated in different conditions and localities. I've elected list of questions as a method of research. Results of these questionaries show that there isn't difference in the opinion on problems with Gipsy education dependent on location and conditions of place where was done this research. This research shows that address teachers considered Gypsies relation to education as a negative. The second research was focused on opinions of teachers who are used to work with Gipsy children and opinions of Gypsies themselves as well. I chose list of questions as a method of research again. Results of teacher's answers show that they consider Gypsies relation to education as a bad but result of Gipsy answers show that they have positive relation to the education. This research...

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