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The Dominant Types of Holiday Developments near Warsaw around 1900 with Reference to the Main Social Groups and Their Preferred Forms of Leisure
Bąk, Agnieszka
The summer resorts near Warsaw developed at the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries had varying characters, resulting mainly from the differing social and material status of their vacationers. Based on the research of leisure facilities from this period located in 31 towns and villages within a radius of 50 km of Warsaw, the dominant types of holiday developments have been identified (including functional and spatial solutions, elements of architectural styles and relationship with nature), with reference to the main social groups of Warsaw around 1900 and their preferred forms of leisure.
Pro civitas – City In The City; Polná, Polná´s suburbs – Multifunctional structure in selected locality and context
Olbertová, Miriam ; Řihák, Pavel (referee) ; Kiszka, Josef (advisor)
The Bachelor's work devotes to the design of the compound of pension and its incorporation into composition of the city centre of Polná. Different values, atmospheres and influences of surrounding, natural or urbanistic are encountered in the area. The basal compact mass of the city centre gradually loosing into nature through a fragmented residential structure. The aim of the work is to offer a dessign that responds to these impacts and links them in a single logical unit, using characteristic values. The compound of pension is divided into smaller volumes on the pedestal, in collaboration with a restaurant object designed around the central courtyard. The pedestal continuously on the hilly terrain uses space for the placement of the spa of the cave character, in the underground. The suggested structure in the locality is replenished by a literary cafe which connects the Hus's library with a nice atmosphere in its back. The programme of the place offers both the regeneration of the body and the soul, the community, but also the privacy, and intimacy.
Transition from Working Life to Retirement
KUNOVÁ, Aneta
The bachelor thesis was focused on the transition from active life to retirement. The topic of this work was very topical. It deals with adults in active working life who were preparing for the next stage of life, considering retirement options, or partially or fully continuing their employment. The thesis was divided into two parts, theoretical and practical. The theoretical part defines the basic concepts, describes the period of active aging and preparation for old age. Attention was paid to the pension system. Furthermore, the transition from working life to retirement pension was described, which describes retirement pension, its conditions of entitlement, necessary steps to obtain it and timing of departure. The aim of the thesis was to describe how people in pre-retirement age live their current life period, how they prepare for the post-employment and retirement periods, and what factors influence their decisions on termination of employment and retirement. To carry out the research part of the thesis was used qualitative type of research and semi-structured interview technique. The research sample was made up of people who are of pre-retirement age and are considering terminating or continuing their employment. The results were processed by the open coding method. The research was to determine whether people are thinking about preparing for old age and retirement life, what they are aware of the conditions for retirement, what decisions they make and what they expect from life after leaving employment. Work can serve as material for people approaching retirement age. It can help to specify indicators of transition from active life to retirement.
Mountain guest house and restaurant
Dudáš, Peter ; Švidroň, Pavol (referee) ; Müller, Jan (advisor)
The title of my diploma thesis is Mountain Pension with Restaurant and is written in English. My task was to create a mountain guesthouse that would serve as a background for other cottages in the neighborhood. I designed a wellness center as well as a restaurant and accomodation in the building. It is a two-storey with basement. The ground floor is reserved for the restaurant, the basement for wellness and the attic is designed for temporary accomodation. From a technical point of view, the construction system consists of a brick walls and monolithic ceilings. The main vertical supporting elements are ceramic walls and the main horizontal elements are one-way reinforced slabs which are reinforced using reinforced concrete core. The roof is made of wooden trusses.
Retirement home
Homola, Jan ; Utíkal, Aleš (referee) ; Utíkalová, Ivana (advisor)
This diploma thesis deals with the project documentation for the execution of the pension for seniors. The land is located in the village of Kozlany. Pension serves long-term accommodation for 30 people. The building has one underground and three above-ground floors. The stop is done with a single-shell surface impermeable roof. The construction is designed as a monolithic skeleton.
The family hotel in Skalica
Moronga, Jozef ; Sedlák, Radek (referee) ; Beneš, Petr (advisor)
The diploma thesis deals with the elaboration of the project documentation of the construction of the accommodation facility. Thecapacity of theboardinghouse is 32 beds. Thebuildingisdividedinto 3 parts, accommodatedwiththree-storeyeddining, accommodatedtwo-storey, single-familyhouse. On the first floor there is a main entrance, reception, dining with backgrounds. On the first floor there is also a room for people with limited mobility. On the second and third floor there are guest rooms. The second floor is accommodation for staff. The building is bricked with a saddle and canopy roof. The project was processed using the AutoCAD software.
Concerns and preparations for pension – November 2018
Čadová, Naděžda
In November, the Public Opinion Research Center of the Academy of Sciences interviewed citizens of the Czech Republic on topic of financial security in pension. Questions were focused not only on subjective concerns over lack of economic resources or trust in welfare state but also on actual preparations, namely investments and savings.
Supplementary pension savings in Czech Republic
KOMÁRKOVÁ, Šárka
The bachelor thesis "Supplementary Pension Savings in the Czech Republic" deals with the additional pension savings and the pension system in the context of its reform. It consists of the characterization of the pension system history, the illustration of the pension reform as well as the individual pillars of the pension system. The thesis further analyses the influence of the demographic development on the pension system and comments on the financial system of the pension scheme (both funded and continuous). On the top of that, the thesis provides a thorough characteristic of the additional pension savings (the participant, the establishment and the termination of an additional pension savings, a pension company, the communication with a customer, the pension recommendation, etc.). Hence, the questionnaire was created. It is represented by 11 closed questions aimed to the pension scheme for the retirement period as well as to the various options for pension savings. Tanks to the questionnaire it was possible to establish the hypotheses and the model example. The latter compares the additional pension savings system with other products (namely the savings account and the term deposits) and also it addresses the comparison of the preestablished additional pensionsavings funds. Subsequently, the results of the individual-products and hypotheses comparison were gathered and were elaborated on at the very end of the thesis.
Retirement as a Turning Point in the Life of a Man
PELEJOVÁ, Lenka
This Bachelor thesis deals with retirement and changes that follow this turning point in human life. The topic is up to date with regard to demographical ageing process of Czech population in the Czech Republic and abroad. The theoretical part of the thesis focuses on questions regarding demographical development and its impact on the society. Other chapters describe particular changes in ageing process, changes in physical, psychological, cognitive and social area. The following chapters involve reflections on factors that influence pensioners' lives health, physical activity, income, sense of life and spirituality. One chapter deals with issues of social exclusion and pensioners' needs. The aim of the thesis is to find out the impacts of retirement on human life and on satisfying pensioners' bio-psycho-social and spiritual needs. A partial aim is to find out if the change of a social status leads to social isolation of pensioners. A qualitative research strategy, a questioning method and a semi-standardized dialogue method are used in this thesis. The communicative partners were pensioners at the age of sixty-five and over, who were chosen at the basis of progressive choice by Snowball sampling method. The obtained data were analyzed by open coding, which enables to separate the text into smaller parts. Mental maps are used to present obtained information. According to the research, fourty-four per cent of pensioners didn't think about ageing and retirement during their active working life. Pensioners over seventy, who were awaitening retirement, were convinced that they will be provided for a pension that they will get from the state. They didn't think about financial resources, such as saving or insurance. All pensioners noticed some changes they experienced in connection with retirement, which was an interesting finding. Two thirds of them devoted to their hobbies and didn't feel any limits eg. lack of opportunities or lack of finance, which would prevent them from devoting to their hobbies. The results have shown that when a person gets older and less fit, their value scale is changing. In their youth these people preferred family interests and finance maintanance. Elderly people put their health and health of their family members in the first place in life. Czech pensioners regard their pension as low, however they are satisfied and they are able to make ends meet, which is also an interesting point. Those who are fit keep going to work and are able to save money. Responses to questions regarding health were also interesting. After feeling tired and having a lot of health problems at the beginning of the retirement, pensioners feel more relaxed and quite well, only with tiny health problems. Some of them were feeling even better. The contribution of this research is the finding that there is no reason to be afraid of such a major change in life as the retirement represents. Pensioners have enough opportunities for self-realization and they needn't be afraid of being socially excluded or isolated, if they don't wish so. Also a generational cohesion between family members was proved. Pensioners can rely on their offsprings in hard times.

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