Bachelor's theses

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Family conference in social work when working with the family
Mužíková, Soňa ; Schmidová, Kateřina (advisor) ; Šťastná, Jaroslava (referee)
Title: Family conference in social work while working with the family Objectives: To evaluate the possibilities and pitfalls of family conference methods through semi-structured interviews with staff of family centers. Results: Based on the answers of our respondents, it was found that the RK method is suitable for working with the family. Compared to other methods, it gives more competence to the family and the child when solving the problem. The RK coordinator is a person who is trained, manages and leads the entire RK process. The RK coordinator should be impartial, able to listen and resolve conflicts. He respects the family and should see meaning in RK. The pitfalls of the RK method were mentioned by our respondents, especially obstacles on the side of cooperation with organizations and experts and little support from the state. Respondents saw the possibilities of RK overlap in the social overlap of this method, spirituality, accessibility, significant advantages compared to other methods, especially PK. Methods: Semi structured interview
Urat transportosome: recent knowledge of physiology and pathophysiology
Eisenreichová, Bára ; Stibůrková, Blanka (advisor) ; Janečková, Hana (referee)
The main topic and aim of this bachelor thesis is the description of the urate transportosome, its physiology and pathophysiology. The term "urate transportosome" collectively refers to the urate transporters that are predominantly located on the apical or basolateral membrane of the proximal tubule of the kidney. Here their main role is the transport of uric acid in the body. Uric acid is the end product of purine metabolism, if its physiological serum level decreases or increases, this condition is referred to as dysuricemia. Primary dysuricemia can be divided into hypouricemia and hyperuricemia. Both of these conditions result from a disorder of uric acid metabolism or transport. Key words: Uric acid, urate transport, dysuricemia, gout
Ways of integration in the life stories of Ukrainian women in the Czech Republic.
Popová, Irena ; Matochová, Alžběta (advisor) ; Pěnkava, Pavel (referee)
The objective of the thesis is to show various ways of integration of the women who came to the Czech Republic from Ukraine. I will introduce the life of these Ukrainian women on the basis of their life stories and experience and I will also mention the causes of their migration to a foreign country and the ways of their integration into the Czech society. Nowadays, it is a very discussed topic and I as a future social worker can play a very important role in the process of the integration of these women. The theoretical part is focused on the elaboration of the findings concerning the social work and social policy connected with foreigners. I also tried to define the terms related to the migration policy. I focused on the history of migration, its reasons and the issues connected with it. The area of my interest also were the myths and prejudices related to the perception of migrants in the Czech Republic. In the practical part, I described the ways of data collection. I especially focused on its evaluation. I investigated the various ways of the integration of the respondents on the basis of their personal experience. I chose women of various age groups. One group of the women came to the Czech Republic in the ninetees. They spent here a longer part of their lives, another group of the women came...
Abnormal shapes of diatoms induced by elevated concentrations of chemical substances.
Budd, Dagmar Marguerite ; Kulichová, Jana (advisor) ; Woodard, Kateřina (referee)
Traditional biomonitoring methods are compared in this thesis with a modern approach which uses fluctuation asymmetry to measure developmental instability and refines biomonitoring methods in order to emphasis the impact of toxigenic substances in freshwater environments. The next section provides information about different types of pollution, with the focus primarily on heavy metal contamination and the impact from increased concentration of these metals on diatom frustules, green algae and other protist organisms. The most common cause of teratological changes comes from heavy metals and the impact of them along with toxicity are analyzed here. What changes is the teratology at the intracellular level and the protist organism morphology, where the cause of the changes can be traced to these heavy metals. The thesis also compares the impact of the heavy metals among different protist organism groups and between each of them. It contains suggested phycoremediation, which in the future could be an ecological solution for the cleanup of rivers and streams. Keywords: fluctuation asymmetry, developmental instability, geometric morphometrics, teratologies, diatoms, morphological asymmetries, biomonitoring
Application of demographic analysis in human resources management: A Case study on elite floorball players
Baťková, Markéta ; Hulíková Tesárková, Klára (advisor) ; Janáková Kuprová, Barbora (referee)
Application of demographic analysis in human resources management: A Case study on elite floorball players Abstract This bachelor's thesis focuses on the possibilities of how to apply demographic analysis in the field of human resources management. Part of the work is also a case study which focuses on elite floorball players. The goal of this thesis is to introduce the concept of human resource management in general and to describe the possibilities of applying demographic analysis to other than just ordinary human populations on a theoretical level. The objectives of the case study include, among other things, demonstrating the different career times between men and women. The case study uses individual data of the 100 historically best male floorball players and 100 historically best female floorball players in the Czech Republic. Among the main methods used in demography and human resource management and also in sports are the construction of life tables and survival analysis. In the case study, statistically significant differences were found in the duration of the careers between men and women and in the average ages at the end of the career and in the average ages of achieving indivually best season. Keywords Human Resource Management, Workplace Diversity, Age, Sports, Applied Demography, Life...
Abrupt cooling events in the Late Glacial and the Early Holocene
Švanda, Petr ; Vondrák, Daniel (advisor) ; Tichá, Anna (referee)
This bachelor thesis is prepared in the form of a literature review focused on abrupt cooling events in the Late Glacial Interstadial and the Early Holocene (14 700 to 8 200 cal. BP). The aim was to summarize the scientific knowledge on six such climate fluctuations and their causes and consequences. All of these events (GI-1d, GI-1c2, GI-1b, 11 400 event, 9 300 evenet, 8 200 event) lasted more than 50 years and are followed by cooling of more than 1 řC. Literature sources on this topic are based on interdisciplinary studies of various natural archives and the interpretation of so-called proxy data. For each climatic event, an assessment of its effects on ecosystems and human societies at the time was also made. The above findings are finally discussed in the context of the current climate change issues and the possible future of weakening the Atlantic Meridional Overturnig Circulation.
Fertility in Czechia within the polarity of urban vs. rural areas in 1996-2020
Veselá, Tereza ; Šídlo, Luděk (advisor) ; Havelková, Tereza (referee)
Fertility in Czechia within the polarity of urban vs. rural areas in 1996-2020 Abstract The intensity and timing of fertility have undergone significant development since the early 1990s in Czechia, which can be observed through several demographic indicators of fertility. This bachelor's thesis analyses the difference in the development of fertility intensity and timing between urban and rural municipalities for the entire Czechia and individual districts separately since 1996 to 2020. The theoretical part of the thesis addresses regional differentiation of fertility, fertility trends in the Czechia since the 1990s, and the definition of the concepts of urban and rural areas, based on which the municipalities of the Czechia are divided in the analytical part of the thesis. The aim of this study is to compare the fertility trends between urban and rural areas and identify regions with same or similar values of the resulting demographic indicators. In the analytical part of the thesis, further analysis is conducted on the differences in intensity and timing of fertility for each selected fertility indicator separately, which shows the differentiation of the studied urban and rural dichotomy. Key words: intensity and timing of fertility, urban area, rural area, total fertility rate, mean age of women at birth...
Trends in pancreatic cancer mortality in Europe in the years 1995-2018
Opltová, Michaela ; Kulhánová, Ivana (advisor) ; Altová, Anna (referee)
Trends in pancreatic cancer mortality in Europe in the years 1995-2018 Abstract Malignant neoplasm of the pancreas is one of the malignant diseases with the worst survival statistics. The death rate per year is currently almost equal to the incidence rate in the world. Europe, along with other developed regions, is among the most affected areas. The aim of this bachelor's thesis is to analyse the development of the intensity of mortality due to malignant neoplasm of the pancreas in selected European countries between 1995 and 2018 and the subsequent comparison of trends between countries and within individual regions. Standardized mortality rates and age-specific mortality rates were mainly used for this purpose. Data came from the WHO Mortality Database and the Human Mortality Database. All states experienced an increase in standardized mortality rates for pancreatic cancer in both sexes. The states of Central and Northern Europe recorded higher values for both sexes, while the lowest values were recorded by the states of Southern Europe. Specific mortality rates increased with age in both sexes also in all analysed states. Key words: mortality, malignant neoplasm of the pancreas, Europe, standardized mortality rate

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