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School support for pupils suffering from the loss of relatives
Zemanová, Kateřina ; Machovcová, Kateřina (advisor) ; Kučírek, Jiří (referee)
This diploma thesis is dealing with the methods teachers and school psychologist may use to approach their pupils who have been affected by the death of their relative, particularly a family member. The theoretical part of the thesis is focusing on the existing research in the area of mourning of school-age children and pays special attention to the risks connected with insensitive approach of teachers in this matter. The thesis tries to introduce some principles of the teacher's sensitive approach during the lessons, while paying extra attention to the personal and moral development of the individual in the area of their perception of surroundings, specifically during Civic Education and Health Education. The next topic in the theoretical part is the cognitive development of pupils and their view on the death itself in general, as it is a part of life that we have to somehow prepare for and thus need to have some kind of knowledge about the difficulties that come with death. The empirical part consists mainly of individual interviews with teachers and one school psychologist. As for the part of the interviews, analysis of study materials was included in which both their advantages and possible risks were considered. The aim of this thesis is mainly to formulate principles of the sensitive...
Place Where We Live
Pauchová, Petra ; Fulková, Marie (advisor) ; Gajdošíková, Pavla (referee)
This master thesis deals with the topic of the natural place and the place which is changed by people's activity. It deals with topic of genius loci, problems of loss of the place and our relationship to place where we live. In more detail it is focused on the city and its peripherals. It offers a short wiew to the history of cities and their periphery, architecture and urban planning. The thesis also deals with fine arts associated with the urban environment - artists, for which the city was and is an inspiration and a theme and with the role of art in public spaces. Research part of the thesis is aimed at children's perception of the place where we live. Through qualitative research methods I am trying to find out what is the meaning of the word "home" for todays children, how they percieve their close surroundings and what is the development of their thinking. The didact part of the thesis offers collection of art assigments for children with topic of the city that should increase children's perception of the urban environment. Some of them are inspirated by psychological geography which is based on the human perception of the environment and its reflection in our consciousness. The pedagogical reflection of realized tasks is also included in this part of work. The conclusion of the thesis is...
Resilience in Older age: Interpretative fenomenological analysis
Chramosta, Jakub ; Chrz, Vladimír (advisor) ; High, Radka (referee)
The aim of this work was to capture and understand the unique life experience of experiencing old age in resilient population and to identify the phenomena significant in this experience. The theoretical part consists of explanation of concepts of resilience and old age. For the practical part, we have decided for qualitative research. The research sample consists of three resilient individuals aged 82 to 90, selected by the employees of a care centre for elderly according to their personal experience. We gathered the data for the research using semi-structured interviews, which we analyzed by using interpretative phenomenological analysis method. The results are presented from two perspectives. The first is the analysis of the experience of individual resilient seniors, the second represents the perspective of themes that are important in the experience of resilience and are mutual to all our respondents. Themes are following - activity, routine vs. openness to experience, internal locus of control, flexibility, relationships and affiliations, humor and realistic optimism with hope. In the discussion, we link relate emerged themes to existing research and theoretical knowledge. KEYWORDS Resilience. Old age. Qualitative research. Interpretative phenomenological analysis.
Reflection of changes in experiencing by adolescent boys
Rejsková, Kateřina ; Presslerová, Pavla (advisor) ; Voldřich, Michal (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with adolescent boys. The aim is to extend knowledge about boys in the context of our society and time. Specifically to find out how boys experience their adolescence and changes relating to it. The emphasis is on psychosocial changes and identity issues in adolescence. The thesis also focuses on how and with whom they talk about these changes. The theoretical part of the thesis summarizes the basic knowledge about adolescence that respects the bio-psycho-social model of personality. The next chapter is devoted to identity and influential theories related to it. The last chapter discusses current issues related to boy's adolescence, the risk behavior associated with substance use, and new technologies and their impact on the life of adolescents. Empirical part introduces methodology of research, which is based on a qualitative analysis of semi-structured interview and Unfinished sentences with boys aged of 14-16. Processing the interviews and sentences was done using the grounded theory method. Research data is then analyzed and interpreted. Boys understand their adolescence as a flow. At first glance they do not accept the changes, but internally they deal with them intensivelly. Changes are reflected in six core fields - personal identity, peer group, relationship to...
Fears of workers in low - threshold institutions for children and youth
Rezek, Tomáš ; Krahulcová, Beáta (advisor) ; Čedík, Miloslav (referee)
81 Abstract The presented diploma thesis solves fears which are experienced by workers in low-threshold institutions for children and youth (NZDM) in their ongoing contact work. The theoretical articles are focused on the description of NZDM - it's principles, target group, methods and protective mechanisms of work. The following articles describes workers in NZDM. Due to the topic of diploma thesis, the fears are defined in the next articles. The research part of the thesis solves meanings and experiencing of fears using the interpretative phenomenological analysis by A. Smith. The analysis outcome is of high importance experiencing frustration, uncertainty and refusal. The fears are experienced in the background of their own personal life experiences, in the clients specific lives, in the relationship with clients, experiencing competency and work requirements. The most commented values are the intrapsychical safety and self-esteem. The analysis also shows the protective strategies for coping with the fears. Workers talked about the benefits of the experienced problems.

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