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The role of supervisors in social service facilities from the perspective of executives
JESTŘÁB, Jakub
This bachelor thesis deals with the expected role of the supervisor in the social services facility. The aim of this thesis was to map the expected role of supervisor from the perspective of senior social service workers with registered services of special regime homes in South Bohemia. The thesis consists of a theoretical and a research part. The first chapter introduces the context of providing social services in accordance with the current legislation. Special space is dedicated to the social service - "home with a special regime" and its target group. Furthermore, the term "helping professions" and their application in social services are discussed. The second chapter of the theoretical part deals with supervision and its conception in social work. In the section on supervision, this process is defined, goals and functions or types and forms are mentioned, the supervisory contract is also added. The section devoted to the supervisor discusses his / her professional competence and personality assumptions. The last third chapter of the theoretical part presents in detail the evaluation criteria of the supervisor in terms of personality qualities, negotiating a supervision contract, ethical and moral aspects, education and professional assumptions, direct management and supervision management, documentation and communication of acquired knowledge. The empirical part examines the expected role of supervisor from the perspective of executives. The main research question was: "What is the expected role of the supervisor in terms of executives?" The following four research questions have been set to answer the main research question: What personality assumptions influence the quality of the supervisor? What qualities should a supervisor meet professionally in terms of education? What do the formalities of supervision optimally look like? What should supervision output look like? The research was carried out by means of a qualitative research stratégy. To collect data, there was chosen the technique of semi-structured interview with senior social service workers with registered services of special regime homes in the South Bohemian Region. The research was conducted in two phases. The first phase was pre-research and the second phase was the research itself. The research sample was compiled using quota selection and consisted of ten informants. The research showed that the communication skills and the ability to empathize with others are positively evaluated in personality assumptions. On the contrary, arrogance, authoritarianism, ridicule, self-centered or impulsive behaviour is undesirable. A male supervisor who has at least a middle age is better accepted. The supervisor should be aware of the fact that he / she has power of supervising and should not deliberately abuse it. In addition, research suggests that if a supervisor is expected to have a proper education, then it should be in the form of a university degree in psychology, social work, andragogy or sociology. Supervisory training is intended to serve the supervisor for higher professionalism and psychotherapeutic training to help him / her work more professionally. It was also found that most of the facilities has a supervisory contract for a period of one year and then mostly prolongs it. In particular, he / she specifies payment terms and confidentiality Furthermore, from the obtained data it can be stated that supervision should be performed every three months in the form of a combination of individual and group supervision. The topics should be primarily working topics, especially at the level of inter-institutional relations. The facility evaluates only the process of supervision and its impact, not the supervisor. The interviews were recorded on a dictaphone, then literally transcribed and processed by the clusthering method. The clusters were then encoded and divided into more general categories.
Toy as a visual form
Vojteková, Markéta ; Novotná, Magdalena (advisor) ; Raudenský, Martin (referee)
1 ABSTRACT A toy is a method in encultury. The deals with a toy in context of contemporary visual culture like a product of culture industries. It solves how the specific toys could manipulate children's perception. It examines types and basic principles of children's games in relation to toys. In case study it examines a proces of children's game for two children in a home environment in relation to specific toys. It documents and characterizes the toys which are available for children and a way how a children plays with them. It observes, records, analyzes and reflects children's game and tracks constants and a transformations of ideas, concepts and skills which are entering gaming proces. Following a research probe, it suggest a set of art activities. KEYWORDS Child, formation, game, toy, observe, advertisement, visual, visual culture
The idea of home of homeless and its reality on area of town Pilsen
Moulisová, Eva ; Matoušek, Oldřich (advisor) ; Pěnkava, Pavel (referee)
(in English): The diploma thesis is focusing on reality of homelessnes. It is supposed to be some kind of a probe into the life of homeless people. The main goal of this thesis is to chart the reality and idea of home of the homeless. Also to find out how they live, what relations they have with their families and with each other and last but not least, what are their hopes for future. The thesis is divided into theorethical and practical parts. In the theoretical part of it the main concepts are desribed. The reader is presented with evolution, typology, main causes of homelessnes and also with problems which homless people are facing daily. The last part is focused mainly on help for homeless. Practical part is focused on research itself, which implemented with semistructured interviews answered by 15 homeless people. The facts concerning mainly the idea of stable accomodations were determined within the research survey.
Uzbek community in the Prague
Drahoňovský, Libor ; Pargač, Jan (advisor) ; Hejzlarová, Tereza (referee)
This thesis thematically deals with Uzbek minority in Prague, which was formed during the last two decades. Main part contain and analyze the structure of the Uzbek minority, and I used the statistics concerning number, working and educational activities, gender representation, territorial decomposition, crime and infringements of residential regime of Uzbek immigrants. I focus also on determination of expanse and method of integration in the majority society environment, patterns of behavior and thinking and culture aspects of everyday life in the minority group. From the research methods I use survey, in-depth interviews and participant observation. I place emphasis on the definition of "push" and "pull" factors of immigration. In addition, I document how the Uzbek Immigrants assess social and cultural environment of the host country, their attitudes and opinions to the people of the Czech Republic and members of other nationalities, especially to those with whom they come in a host country usually in contact, and how they integrate in the Czech environment. I also pay big attention to the changes that took place in the Uzbek community during life in the Czech Republic, including the period after 2008 due to the recession of Czech economy and restrict working opportunities and perspectives....
Kant and Husserl on Transcendental Character of Experience
Trnka, Jakub ; Moural, Josef (advisor) ; Karásek, Jindřich (referee) ; Novotný, Karel (referee)
The aim of the thesis is to examine both Husserl's and Kant's transcendentalism in a way that would avoid the tendency to put the main accent on Husserl, which is an approach common to almost all literature dealing with this topic so far. Since it is for the most part Husserl's own critique of Kant that inspires such ongoing underestimation of Kant in comparison to Husserl, this work focuss on the question of the legitimacy of this critique. The core of the thesis is an original interpretation of Kant's transcendental philosophy which, instead of taking for granted the phenomenological point of view, attempts to describe Kant's philosophical enterprise from its own perspective and in its own right. In its second part, the thesis provides a brief description of how Husserl, starting initially from the position of descriptive psychology, arrives at a transcendental dimension. When so put side by side, it becomes evident that the two transcendental positions are in fact very different. Husserl's critique of Kant then appears as unjustified, even though quite understandable as an attempt to draw back from certain immature motives of his own philosophy.
Perceptions of primary-school children about movement, sport and healthy life-style
Slováková, Radka ; Hrabinec, Jiří (advisor) ; Dvořáková, Hana (referee)
Title: Perceptions of primary-school children about movement, sport and healthy life-style Author: Radka Slováková Department: Department of Physical Education Supervisior: Doc. PhDr. Jiří Hrabinec, CSc. Abstrakt: This thesis deals with the views of younger school children on matters of physical activity, sports and healthy lifestyle. The theoretical part covers the definition of the terms health and healthy lifestyle. This is followed by a description of the characteristics of children of primary school age and a list of terms related to the topics family, sports and exercise, nutrition, obesity and its treatment. The practical part describes the research and the methods that were used. The research was conducted at a primary school in Čelakovice and the participants were children aged between 10 and 11 years from the fourth grade. The results of the research are presented using tables and graphs. Key words: movement, sport, healthy lifestyle, idea, nutrition, family and health
Philosophy of extreme voluntarism (Schopenhauer) and its influence on later authors (Friedrich Nietzche and Ladislav Klima)
LASTOMIRSKÁ, Jana
The work deals with the extreme voluntarism and his influence on later authors. First, is the work of Schopenhauer explained the concept of the metaphysical will. Here is insights will primarily as a form of objectification and the closest is served objectification of the body, understood as object.In next section, this will monitored in philosophy of Ladislav Klíma and his idea of egodeism. For Klíma however, metaphysical will lose its transcendent ability and insight from a purely subjective point of view. The last part is mentioned Friedrich Nietzsche, whose theory of the will to power and the death of God, could be an inspiration for the Klíma's idea of egodeism.

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