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Reintegration of people after alcohol treatment into daily life
Tůmová, Kateřina ; Kotrusová, Miriam (advisor) ; Kotherová, Zuzana (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with an issue of treatment of alcohol dependence and the process of social inclusion of people who have undergone this process. The thesis provides an overview of services and other forms of assistance that are targeted at this group. Attention is paid mainly to the current set-up of the services and assistance system to identify strong and weak aspects of the system. The work is based on a qualitative research. The research was conducted throught expert interviews and interviews with users of these services. Theoretical basis of the work is the ethiology of addiction, which offers various explanations of the origin and persistence of the problem of alcohol dependence. The work also uses the findings of the life course perspective, which allows to map the life trajectories of the interviewees, including the recognition of key events in their lives affecting the emergence and development of addicton. The last theoretical starting point of the work is the concept of social inclusion.
Multidisciplinary team in the Implementation of Centres of Mental Health
Prokopová, Johana ; Dobiášová, Karolína (advisor) ; Kotrusová, Miriam (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with multidisciplinary teams of Centres of Mental Health, which are built within the implementation of the Reform of the psychiatric care system in the Czech Republic. One of the aims of this work is to find out the role of Centres of Mental Health and their multidisciplinary teams in the system of care for people with mental illness. The thesis also aims to find out how this new element of psychiatric care system in the Czech republic works in practice. The implementation and functioning of multidisciplinary teams are viewed from the perspective of their members, with whom seven interviews were conducted. Based on the testimonies of the interviewees, the theses presents the benefits of working in a multidisciplinary team with a target group of people with mental illnesses. In addition to the benefits of working in such teams, also the complications, which the staff experiences are discussed.
Activation of the Unemployed Youth in South Moravian Region
Hromas, Michal ; Kotrusová, Miriam (advisor) ; Hiekischová, Michaela (referee)
The aim of this thesis is to investigate the activation of unemployed young people up to the age of 24 through the Labour Office of the Czech Republic. The thesis analyzes the functioning, possibilities and specifics of the individual tools used to activate the target group. The case study focuses on the South Moravian Region. Special emphasis is therefore placed on tools and measures of active labour market policy and projects in this region. The aim of the thesis is to evaluate the functioning of activation tools and measures of the Labour Office in the South Moravian Region towards unemployed persons up to the age of 24. The theoretical basi sis the concept of activation, understood in the work as an aktivity leading to employment. Another theoretical foundation is the concept of policy cycle, namely its two phases - implementation and evaluation. The analysis of public policy documents and statistical data will be supplemented by interviews with managers and employees of the Labour Office of the Czech Republic, dealing with individual tools and measures, who provide their insight into the issue. The questionnaire survey will also identify the views of young job seekers.
The Support of youth football at the amateur level in Prague
Brych, Jan ; Veselý, Arnošt (advisor) ; Kotrusová, Miriam (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with The Support of youth football at the amateur level in Prague. Youth football is run by sports non-profit organizations. The support of youth secures the availability of football for children and youth. The main aims of this thesis is to describe the support of youth football at the amateur level, to discover and understand the real problems that clubs face in running youth teams, and to compare the goals of organizations providing the support of youth football with the goals of clubs themselves. The first part is devoted to the theoretical framework. Theory of Street- level bureaucracy by Michael Lipsky predicts that mainly public service workers, the street-level bureaucrats, have a great influence on the performance of their profession, because they interact directly with citizens in the course of their jobs. Problem indicators and conflicts of goals are often in street-level bureaucrats work. The intention of this thesis is to find out if there are typical problematic indicators of activities of street-level bureaucrats in the Support of youth among public service workers of football clubs. The second intention associated with theory is to find out whether there is a conflict of goals between the clubs and youth football support organizations. To investigate...
The political dimension of social exclusion of elderly people as a result of the digital divide
Chmelíková, Tereza ; Kotrusová, Miriam (advisor) ; Potůček, Martin (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with the phenomenon of the digital divide and its influence on the quality of life of seniors. The digital divide - a product of the modern information society - is one of the major factors influencing the social exclusion of elderly people. The theoretical part of theses introduces the concept of active aging as a way of successful solving problems associated with the population ageing, as well as a prevention of the exclusion of seniors from both society and participation in public affairs. The author mainly focuses on the issue of how are seniors in the Czech Republic at risk of exclusion as a result of digital exclusion. In the practical part, the present level of digital literacy of Czech seniors is explored. Following qualitative research - semi-structured interviews with experts - aims to find out whether the digital divide represents a social problem for the elderly people in the Czech Republic that contributes to their inequal position among the society, or even causes their exclusion from the participation in governance, and consequently, reduces the quality of their lives.
Solution of unemployment of young people through closer connestion of their vocational training with labor market requirements
Steindlberger, Martin ; Kotrusová, Miriam (advisor) ; Hiekischová, Michaela (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with the relationship between the vocational training of young people and the requirements of the labour market. The thesis is focused on secondary vocational education. The problem, that has been examined, is the lack of readiness of school graduates, to move to the free labour market. In order to improve this, it is necessary to try to reconcile the content and outputs of vocational training with the needs of the labour market. If graduates are poorly prepared for employers' needs, these graduates may become unemployed. The problem is getting worse with the longer duration of unemployment. The aim of this diploma thesis is to find out and describe who participates in vocational training and how their mutual cooperation is implemented. In the thesis the author will try to find out the strengths and weaknesses of this cooperation. He will also try to find out in what kind of way the training of young people to the needs of the labour market is adapted. The thesis is a case study focused on the South Bohemian Region, which is briefly presented by selected indicators characteristic of the selected region. To obtain the necessary data, there are used figures and statistics from the former researches, as well as information from selected participants involved in the solution...

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