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Social work with the indebted client from the point of view of a social worker
Hlavatá, Šárka ; Vojtíšek, Petr (advisor) ; Šťastná, Jaroslava (referee)
The bachelor's thesis deals with social work with an indebted client from the point of view of a social worker who works at debt counseling service. The theoretical part of the work will focus on the definition of indebtedness and related terms, causes of indebtedness, options for debt solutions (execution, insolvency), debt counseling, organizations for indebted clients, used methods of social work, etc. The aim of the research part of the work is to find out how the process of working with clients takes place from the point of view of a social worker of a debt counseling service in Liberecký region. What are the problems in the process of solving debts (insolvency)? What are the competencies of a social worker? This will be researched through qualitative research, interviews with social workers of debt counseling service.
Social Work with Mentally Ill Homeless People
Jizbová, Kateřina ; Dragomirecká, Eva (advisor) ; Vojtíšek, Petr (referee)
The bachelor thesis deals with the topic of homeless people with symptoms of mental illness. The thesis is divided into theoretical and empirical part. The theoretical part defines homelessness, mental illness of homeless people and social work with this target group. The empirical part focuses on qualitative research which examines the experience of social workers with mentally ill homeless people. Keywords Homeless People, Homelessness, Mental Illness, Social Work 1
The representation of socially disadvantaged groups in the social sector of buisness in the Czech Republic
Bělohlávková, Rut ; Šťastná, Jaroslava (advisor) ; Vojtíšek, Petr (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with the topic of social enterpreneurship in the Czech Republic and is specifically focused on the work integration of particular needy groups (such as ex-convicts, long- term unemployed, disabled persons and former alcohol or drug addicts etc.). The aim of the thesis is to identify patterns and regularities between specific groups and types of social enterprises they work for. The secondary data analysis explores social enterprises registered at czech social enterpreneurship website as well as the groups they employ and compares different approches of the enterprises. The qualitative empirical research uncovers enterpreneurs' motives and furthermore explores connections between the types of social enterprises and the target groups they employ.
Social farming
Prosová, Zuzana ; Šťastná, Jaroslava (advisor) ; Vojtíšek, Petr (referee)
The aim of the thesis is to present the concept of social farming and to see if it is a suitable method of social integration of people with health and social disadvantages. It is an innovative approach that brings together two concepts: multifunctional agriculture and social services. The theoretical part of the thesis clarifies the idea of social economy and social business. It also focuses on social farming in the Czech Republic and Europe. It defines its theoretical background, actors and sources of funding. The thesis examines the link between agricultural activities and social work, benefits and limits of the concept for employees, farmers and the local community, and further focuses on the current problems that social farming in the Czech Republic is facing and that hinder its development. The data was obtained through semi- structured interviews. The results of the research showed countless benefits for all involved. The biggest disadvantage was the ignorance of the concept and the associated underestimation in society.
The roles of participants involved in foster care for a temporary period in Prague and the Central Bohemian Region
Vajcová Lipenská, Ilona ; Pazlarová, Hana (advisor) ; Vojtíšek, Petr (referee)
in English language This thesis focuses on foster care for a transitional period. The aim of the thesis is to describe the role of foster carers for a transitional period, OSPOD workers and foster family guides in period between the process of taking a foster child for a transitional period and re-transferring to a biological family or one of the long-term types of foster care. The thesis describes foster care for a transitional period and individual roles according to available literature, legislation, methodology and interviews with actors themselves. The partial goal is to find out how participants perceive each other, what they expect, what competencies they should have. Another partial aim of this work is methodological recommendation.
Construction of a new social service for multiple-problem clients
Kocmánková, Dagmar ; Matoušek, Oldřich (advisor) ; Vojtíšek, Petr (referee)
The bachelor thesis "Construction of social service for multi-problem clients" deals with barriers in the use of social services by apparent homeless people, maps their needs and proposes a new low-threshold social service based on obtained data from a qualitative survey. The new social service presents models to overcome barriers, addresses the legislative framework of the service, and proposes a type of organization that could deliver the service. Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)
Adaptation to homelessness
Preložníková, Tereza ; Havránková, Olga (advisor) ; Vojtíšek, Petr (referee)
(in English): The content of the bachelor thesis is how the current homeless people have adapted to a homelesslife. In thetheoretical part the thesis deals with issues of homelessness in general, forms of homelessness, also the specifics of people without shelter, the adaptation proces for homelessness and organizations dealing with homelessness. The practical part of the thesis deals directly with the adaptive process of living without a home. This part of the thesis is realized by semi-structured interview with persons without shelter and case reports.
Forms of Intersectoral Cooperation in Field of Primary Prevention in Kladno
Haman, Jakub ; Vojtíšek, Petr (advisor) ; Šťastná, Jaroslava (referee)
The aim of this thesis is to show how the intersectoral cooperation between state and non- profit sectors works in city of Kladno and whether it is possible to apply theoretical knowledge on the area. The ability of cooperation of the subjects is demonstrated in field of primary prevention of minors. Theoretical part of the thesis speaks about terms of intersectoral cooperation and primary prevention and offers a summary of the most common relevant theories. Research part is represented by analysis of collected data (qualitative dialogues) and clarifying particular forms of cooperation. The method used for collecting data is interviewing for eight subjects of state- and six subjects of non-profit sector. Final analysis shows the situation of intersectoral cooperation in Kladno and describes important qualities of subjects, usual problems and potential challenges for future development.
Significance of Philantrophy in community social work focusing on efficiency of performance
Sittová, Kateřina ; Vojtíšek, Petr (advisor) ; Šťastná, Jaroslava (referee)
Significance of Philanthropy in community social work focusing on efficiency of performance Abstract (in English) The aim of this diploma thesis is the presentation of the subject of philanthropy in community social work. Special attention is however paid to the concept of effectivity of performance of social work. It is also endeavoured to delineate the concepts such as community social work, philathropy, quality of social services and measuring social impact. The main purpose of the research part of the thesis is exploration of the question whether there is a connection between effectivity of an organization and its success. In the commercial sector, success is perceived as long-term stability of the organization and its market prosperity. The aim of the research was to find out if this relationship holds true for non-profit sector or social services as well. The chosen strategy was qualitative research. The data collecting was conducted by means of individual semi-structured interviews. The main contribution of the thesis is the finding that the performance capacity of an organization is conditioned primarily by its staffing. More precisely, the more high-quality employes the organization has the higher performace it should achieve.
Using of coaching in social work.
Novotná, Lucie ; Vojtíšek, Petr (advisor) ; Šťastná, Jaroslava (referee)
(anglicky): The bachelor thesis deals with the phenomenon of coaching and its possibilities for using in social work. All the work is focused only on the micro level of social work, so it is working with methods of working with the individual. The thesis consists of a theoretical part, which mainly defines concepts directly related to the topic. Then their similarity is compared in accordance with chapters before. The second part - the practical part - was go through with interviews with the coaching respondents, the social work respondents and the respondents, both of whom meet these themes. Respondents were asked questions in the wording that corresponds to their work, that questions for respondents in the field of coaches had a modified wording, so they would ask about the essence of working with the client in coaching. Similarly, for the respondents in the field of social work the wording of the questions was adapted. Based on the evaluation of these interviews, not only the similarity of the two areas was confirmed but also the conditions under which coaching in social work could be used. Klíčová slova (anglicky): social work, case work, coaching, social worker, coach, client

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