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Sport in Czechoslovakian specialized magazines in the First Republic - developement of sport journalism between years 1918 and 1938
Hoffmann, Martin ; Lukšů, David (advisor) ; Trunečka, Ondřej (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with development of sports journalism during the First Czechoslovak Republic, which applies to the period from October 1918 unBl Munich agreement in September 1938. Research is focused parBcularly on specialized sports magazines and it is based on analysis of the six most significant ones - Slavista, Sportovni revue, Sportovni vestnik, Sport, Star and Rekord. The aim of this thesis is to describe the progress of sport journalism between world wars in the broader context and get to know whether or not had sport journalism developed into a full-Bme occupaBon. In addiBon this text portrays the most influenBal sport journalists of that period - Karel Petru, Josef Fanta, Miloslav Josef Horacek and Ondrej Sekora and also brings a chapter about sports photography, which was inseparable part of popular sport magazines. This thesis is a first scholarly text to bring a wider perspecBve on specialized sports magazines in Czechoslovak Republic between years 1918 and 1938 and follows the cooperaBon and rivality among journalists and their influence on sport in Czechoslovakia in general. One chapter was devoted to sports photography, because it played important role in successful sports magazines.
The Profession of Social Worker
Hrbková, Denisa ; Krahulcová, Beáta (advisor) ; Mlejnková, Kristýna (referee)
The profession of a social worker has a significant role in the society context. The task of the social worker is to help people to solve their problems, cope with difficult everyday life situations, provide courage for active solutions and reinforce the responsibility for one's own life. This thesis presents the social worker's profession and it is divided into six main chapters. In theoretical segment social work is defined in the first chapter. The second chapter contains information on history of the social work and analyses the current state of it. The third chapter is devoted to the ethics of social work, ethical dilemmas, ethical code and professional values. The fourth chapter defines the social worker's profession, mentions the required personal qualities and competences as well as its roles. Furthermore, it describes the characteristics of the profession itself and professional identity, studies the prestige of the profession and education of social workers. The practical part starts with the fifth chapter and it maps the opinions of social workers about their profession. The research strategy, the selection of the respondents and course of the survey and the data evaluation methods are described there. The final chapter interprets the collected data and provides their graphical depictions.
The influence of the profession on the lifestyle of midwives
This Bachelor Thesis looks into the topic of "The Influence of profession on lifestyle of midwives." It consists of a theoretical and a research part. In the introduction of the theoretical part, the profession of a midwife is outlined, along with health, its determinants and necessities. Some of the aforementioned necessities are dealt with in detail further. The research part consists of three main goals. The first goal of the Thesis was to find out, whether the profession has an influence on lifestyle of midwives. The second goal was aimed to determine, whether midwives keep the rules of a healthy lifestyle. The last goal of the research was to find out, whether the needs of midwives are somehow affected. To follow the aforementioned goals, three research question were formulated. The first question asks, which influence has the profession on midwives' lifestyle. The second question is aimed on the lifestyle the midwives keep, and the third question inquires, which of the midwives' needs are not fulfilled. For the research part, the qualitative inquiry has been chosen, where the data collection was realized using individual, in-depth, partially structured interviews, which were performed in the course of March 2019. For the interviews, 25 question were prepared in advance. The interviews were, with permission of the midwives, recorded on a dictation machine. First part of the interview were four identifying questions. Further, the midwives were expressing their subjective opinions on the topics of lifestyle, their profession and needs. The interviews were converted word-for-word into writing. For data processing, the text coloring method was used, i.e. paper and pencil. After sorting through and color-coding of acquired responses, three main categories and their subcategories were created. The first category named Lifestyle was split into five subcategories that deal with the meaning of the word lifestyle, food, free time, sleep and lifestyle of midwives. In the second category, the midwife's profession was defined, and following subcategories were created: Midwife in practice, Pros and cons of the midwife's profession and Carrier change. The last category deals with the needs of midwives and consists of subcategories of Need as a concept and Unfulfilled needs. The aim of the thesis is to determine, whether the midwives' profession somehow influences the lifestyle of midwives, what kind of health routine the midwives keep, and which needs are not fulfilled as a consequence of them performing their profession. The research investigation shows that the lifestyle of midwives is influenced by the three-shift work plan, but they don't perceive it as limiting in any way, because they have adapted to this kind of work plan. As they took this factor into account when choosing their career, they didn't consider it a serious issue. Further it was discovered that the lifestyle of midwives is influenced by their age and marriage status. The research investigation showed that midwives acquire lifestyle information predominantly from the internet. It further showed that despite the three-shift work plan, the midwives are trying to keep the healthy lifestyle, however their food habits are influenced by their age. In this career, the problem is not the composition of their diet, but the regularity of their nourishment. Here, the results correspond with next aim, which concerned the unfulfilled needs of midwives. The need of sleep is also not always fulfilled due to the night shifts. In their free time, the midwives predominantly relax or pursue their various hobbies. The research also shows that the midwives would decide to change their career only due to serious problems in the family or an attractive job offer.
The nurse's profession from pediatric patients point of view
The theme of the thesis is Nurse Profession from child patients point of view. Firstly, the topic of nursing, paediatrics, nursing profession is included. Then, the thesis deals with the responsibilities of a nurse and her role. Furthermore, the thesis includes topics such as the subject of the child patient, child development stages, specifics of the child's behaviour in the illness, the needs of the child and the communication of the nurse with the child. The work also solves the way how to properly treat a sick child and the rights of a child patient. The aims of the thesis are to: Map the views of child patients on the nurse profession in the hospital and find out what views the child patients have on the nurse profession in the outpatient department. The following research questions have been chosen: What views do the child patients have on the nurse profession? What views do child patients have on the nurse profession working in an outpatient department? To find out the views of children on the nurse profession, the qualitative research was chosen, through in-depth interview and analysis of essays. Children were interviewed at the age of 10 to 18 years. The analysis of the documents was done on essays from children attending 8th and 9th grade of basic school. The rewritten interviews and essays were subjected to analysis, using the paper and pencil method, by open coding. From the interview analysis were created four categories and four categories from the analysis of essays. Each category has subcategories where data is encoded The research shows that children have general knowledge of the nursing profession. They can imagine an ideal nurse. They have both positive and negative experience with the nurse, but the positive ones prevail. Children are also more satisfied with the nurse's attitude than dissatisfied. The best experience and attitude was assessed by the children at the GP's office, then by the hospital and the worst was in the specialized outpatient departments. The communication with the nurse and the nurse's behaviour is the most important for children.
Professional Career of Educators in After-School Clubs
The thesis deals with the development of the career of educators in after-school clubs. One part of the thesis is a theoretical part and the other part is my own research. Chapter one defines the concepts of the professional career and the life path. The second chapter deals with the educator in the after-school club, their job description and the qualifications related to the profession, competencies, typology of educators and the risks of the burnout syndrome for the profession. The third chapter analogously deals with the profession of a teacher. In the fourth chapter, I compare the career path of the educator with the professional career of the teacher, and the overall summary. The fifth chapter presents the findings of a qualitative research (five biographical interviews).

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