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Interpretation of the drawing of an enchanted family in the context of social work with foster families
Gazdová, Marie ; Novák, Petr (advisor) ; Drahoňovský, Jan (referee)
The bachelor's thesis will be focused on the drawing of the "enchanted family". In the theoretical part, I deal with concepts related to the family. I also deal with surrogate family care, its forms, the perception of family care, etc. The theoretical text also contains an approach to the topic of children's drawing, especially its developmental stages, family drawings and drawings of the "enchanted family." The practical part is focused on drawing an "enchanted family" with children from foster families and talking to them. With the drawing of the enchanted family, it is essential that the child can express his view of the individual members of the family by bewitching them into an animal. Drawing in my research part is used to get to know the child's personality, especially his relationships between family members and his overall experience while drawing. I also decided on child development and substitute family care. Keywords Family, Foster Care, Child, Child Drawing, Family Drawing, Enchanted Family Drawing
Opportunities to support parental competences for underaged mothers
Jechová, Štěpánka ; Ondrušová, Jiřina (advisor) ; Drahoňovský, Jan (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with the possibilities of supporting parental competences for underage mothers. It introduces the period of adolescence in girls, the issues of early pregnancy and early motherhood, and together with the practical part, it deals with the importance of parental competences and their strengthening in the context of social work. The aim of the final thesis is to describe the difficult situation of girls who became mothers at a minor age, and further to find out and describe whether, to what extent and in what way the parental competences of minor mothers were or are being supported in the home environment. To achieve the results, a qualitative research strategy was chosen using a semi- structured interview that was conducted with five minor mothers. The conducted investigation points out that the interviewed girls who decided to raise their child at home were not offered or provided any support for parental competences by experts. Due to the seriousness and complexity of the situation of early motherhood, the results of the survey should lead to some reflection on the involvement of helping professions and to further research and finding out how to make the difficult life situation easier for underage mothers.
Leisure Time of Roma Children and Youth at Prague 3
Štajnerová, Terezie ; Nová, Monika (advisor) ; Drahoňovský, Jan (referee)
ŠTAJNEROVÁ, Terezie. Leisure time of Roma children and youth in Prague 3. Prague 2023. Charles University in Prague. Faculty of Hussite Theology. Department of Psychosocial Sciences and Ethics. Thesis supervisor doc. PhDr. Monika Nová, Ph.D. MPH The theoretical part of this bachelor thesis describes leisure time - the history of leisure time, functions and leisure time of children and youth. It also describes the Roma community, the history of Roma in the Czech Republic and the topic of integration, segregation, discrimination and social exclusion of Romani people. It also focuses on Roma children and youth and their leisure time. The theoretical part concludes with a list of institutions working with Roma children and youth in Prague 3. In the practical part, a quantitative method was used to collect data through a questionnaire survey. The aim of the bachelor thesis was to find out how Roma children and youth in Prague 3 spend their leisure time.
Suicidality as a problem in contemporary society
Jandová, Anna ; Nová, Monika (advisor) ; Drahoňovský, Jan (referee)
The diploma thesis is focused on the topic of suicidal behavior as a phenomenon that still represents a significant problem in many respects in today's society. The theoretical part was divided into three main chapters, where the issue of suicidal syndrome and its related aspects were first described in detail. In the second chapter, attention was focused on the core topic of the context of this meeting at the present time, where the occurrence of suicides both in the Czech Republic and on a global scale was described. Selected myths related to suicidal issues were also presented, which were later used in the questionnaire survey of this work. Lastly, the theoretical part was focused on the possibilities of helping both suicidal individuals and their loved ones, while the key prevention system in this area was also described. The practical part presented the processed and interpreted results of the questionnaire survey, which was carried out among 178 individuals from the public. The goal of this investigation was to map the public's awareness of the current occurrence of completed suicides in the Czech Republic and at the same time to describe the level of public belief in the misconceptions of suicidal behavior, which were presented in the theoretical part. The results of the questionnaire survey...
Sources of social support for immigrants from Eastern European states residing in the Czech Republic
Vaishle, Ihor ; Novák, Petr (advisor) ; Drahoňovský, Jan (referee)
The work focuses on the research of sources of social support among immigrants from Eastern European states (Russia, Ukraine, Belarus) legally residing in the Czech Republic. The thesis is divided into two sections. The theoretical part contains the conceptualization and description of basic terms. Empirical contains description of the methodology as well as analysis of the obtained data. The aim of this research was to find out what are the sources of social support for immigrants from the East Slavic ethnolinguistic area. Qualitative research methodology was used to conduct the research. For data collection was chosen a semi-structured interview, which was in the immigrants' native language. The study involved 12 respondents equally divided by nationality and sex. The research showed that the emotional and informational component of social support was the most important for immigrants. The main sources of social support for immigrants include the immediate environment: partner, friends and family. Keywords: social support, immigration, migrants from Eastern European states, integration, social work, intercultural communication.
Social worker as an employee and member of a (multidisciplinary) team
Kolářová, Barbora ; Novák, Petr (advisor) ; Drahoňovský, Jan (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with a social worker as an employee and a member of a multidisciplinary team in the field of prison system. The aim of the thesis was to find out the view on the social worker from the perspective of top management of the Czech prison service. The theoretical part is divided into three major chapters that interconnect with each other. The first chapter deals with the basic definition of social work and a multidisciplinary team, but also delves into the specific area of social work with the crime perpetrators. The second chapter deals with general management, management of social work and top management, which plays a major role in the research investigation. The third chapter focuses on the area of prison system, its brief history, structure, and for the purposes of adding some interesting information to the thesis, also touches upon the life behind prison bars. The empirical part used qualitative research, specifically semi-structured interview, to fulfill the research goal. The interviews were conducted with top management of the Czech prison service. All collected data was analyzed using method, inspired by grounded theory approach. During the preparation of this thesis, I found out that the view of top management on social workers is completely positive. According to...
The influence of the Family Constellation Method on the family system
Heřmánková, Alena ; Drahoňovský, Jan (advisor) ; Cooke, Dana (referee)
Family constellations are a psychosocial method that focuses on uncovering and resolving hidden dynamics and behavior patterns in family systems, enabling clients to gain new perspectives on their problems and create new paths to solutions. This method is used to address various issues, such as family conflicts, relationship problems, depression, anxiety disorders, and others. However, despite its potential benefits, family constellations do not receive enough attention from the general public, which was one of the factors that led me to choose this topic. This bachelor's thesis examines the impact of the family constellations method on the functioning of the family system, with a main focus on the statements of active participants in this method. A qualitative research investigation was conducted in the form of a semi-structured interview, aiming to determine the subjective perceived impacts of the family constellations method on the functioning of the family system. Specifically, the study aimed to explore what this method brings to the participants in relation to their family system. The method of comparison and contrast was used for the analysis of statements. The research findings demonstrated that the family constellations method has a positive impact on the functioning of the family system....

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