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Demographic development in Cambodia since the second half of the 20th century
Dušek, Adam ; Hulíková Tesárková, Klára (advisor) ; Fialová, Ludmila (referee)
Demographic development in Cambodia since the second half of the 20th century Abstract This thesis deals with the population development in Cambodia since the second half of the 20th century. The objective of the thesis is to characterize population development in Cambodia during 1950-2020, focusing on the period of the 1970s. A sub-objective is to put demographic development into a historical context. The topic was analyzed through a study of relevant literature and subsequent demographic analysis based on data from the World Population Prospects database, other UN institutions and publications of notable scholars. It has been confirmed that the events that took place in the country during the Khmer Rouge rule from 1975 to 1979 had a significant impact on the population development and direction of the country. Extreme violence and harsh living conditions claimed at least 1.5 million victims. The age-sex structure was fundamentally distorted by the high excess mortality of young men. A period of increased fertility followed, but soon declined. Cambodia's population rose from 4.4 million to 16.7 million during the period under review. However, population growth has been slowing down due to declining fertility and high emigration. Keywords Cambodia, demographic development, Khmer Rouge, excess mortality
Abortions and stillbirths in the city parish of Linz (Austria) in 1913-1932
Řebíková, Michaela ; Velková, Alice (advisor) ; Fialová, Ludmila (referee)
Abortions and stillbirths in the city parish of Linz (Austria) in 1913-1932 Abstract This bachelor thesis deals with abortions and stillbirths between 1913 and 1932 in the municipal parish of Linz (Linz Stadtpfarre). The main aim is to characterize the development of stillbirths and abortions in this parish and the subsequent deeper analysis of stillbirths and abortions. The data was obtained from the registry books using the data excerption method. The thesis will present the original data sources, the method of their collection and the main characteristics of the dataset outside the analyses themselves. The thesis will deal with the characterization of stillbirths in terms of sex, legitimacy, seasonality or will try to establish the association between the duration of pregnacy and fetal length in centimetres. Keywords: abortions, stillbirth, Linz, registry offices, analysis, 20th century
Contribution of consulting service to a change of lifestyle
Fojtíková, Monika ; Fialová, Ludmila (advisor) ; Tilinger, Pavel (referee)
Title of thesis: Contribution of consulting service to a change of lifestyle Summary: The question of healthy life style has been recently in the centre of frequently discussed topics. The population's lifestyle has changed noticeably in comparison with the past and high-quality nutrition and regular motion activity is frequently neglected. People suffer from stress, lack of sleep and all these factors bring an increased level of heath risk. Among others, the society reacts to this fact by founding an amount of consulting clinics which try to help people to change and achieve a healthier and better quality life style. This thesis is concerned with an effect of a programme individually formed by a consultant on a change of life style and consequently on a change of female physical constitution at the age of 18 - 65. The research is supposed to reveal whether the program itself, regular controls and feed - backs will bring positive changes of life style and if there consequently follows a reduction of body weight as well as improvement of other physical parameters. Objective of thesis: Our aim was to determine what kind of women seek for help and consultations in the area of healthy life style. We were also interested which effect individually formed programme has and whether this change also...
Compatibility of work and family in the Czech Republic from the point of view of employees and employers
Průšová, Marie ; Kocourková, Jiřina (advisor) ; Fialová, Ludmila (referee)
The aim of this thesis is to describe and analyze the means of family policy contributing to better compatibility of work and family, with the focus on families with small children. The first part of the thesis is descriptive and comparing results of recent studies, the second part is based on the own research analyzing opinions of employees and employers on corporate kindergartens. Descriptive and theoretical part is focused on history, legislation, childcare facilities and forms of working time, which enable better compatibility of work and family. In the analytical part the differences in opinions of employees and employers are discussed, eventually, how homogenous or heterogeneous various groups of respondents are. Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)
Analysis of teaching cross-curricular themes in physical education lessons.
Dosedělová, Jana ; Fialová, Ludmila (advisor) ; Potměšil, Jaroslav (referee)
Title: Analysis of teaching cross-curricular themes in physical education lessons. Aim: To analyse the PT teachers' attitude to a possibility of teaching cross-curricular themes in psysical education lessons and their possible interest in cross-curricular themes training. To establish the requirements for methodics and training. Comparing of teaching cross- curricular themes in a small town and in a big city. Methods: A questionnaire survey in ten secondary schools in Prague and in ten secondary schools in Prostějov. A questionnaire focused on finding a current state of teaching cross-curricular themes in the framework of education program 'Physical Training'. It is thereinafter focused on finding availability of the cross-curricular themes in single occupations. Results: The results of this graduation theses can help to find a current state of teaching PT after the implementation framing and school educational programs. It enables the teachers to make their own program of physical training. This thesis draws attention to shortcomings and needs in practise. All this can be used for undergraduate preparing of future teachers and even for additional studies of certificated teachers. Key words: education programs, cross- curricular themes, man and health, physical training
Being an Older Mother: Metamorphoses of Late Motherhood from the Foundation of Czechoslovakia up to the Present
Šimečková, Michaela ; Fialová, Ludmila (advisor) ; Kocourková, Jiřina (referee) ; Hašková, Hana (referee)
Being an Older Mother: Metamorphoses of Late Motherhood from the Foundation of Czechoslovakia up to the Present Abstract The doctoral thesis gives a macro-structural view of the metamorphoses of late motherhood, here defined as motherhood of women aged over 35, as they have occurred in the Czech lands between 1920 and 2015. The study examines to which extent the reflection of late motherhood in selected professional and feminine / lifestyle periodicals converges with the findings derived from demographic data analysis. For this purpose, a mixed methods research has been conducted to link the conclusions from quantitative analysis of demographic data (demographic analysis and binary logistic regression) to those from qualitative and quantitative media analyses (discourse and content analyses). As the study shows, the development of late motherhood in the Czech lands varies across a range of possible perceptions in the media, levels and fertility rates. The thesis shows a strong coherence between the perception of late motherhood in the media and conclusions drawn from the demographic data analysis, which are consistent for most of the observed years. According to the results of the analysis, with some simplification, five different types of late motherhood are determined. The first type, the "Experienced...
Comparison of cardiovascular mortality in France and the Czech Republic in the period 1965-1985 and possibilities of presentation of the results to the public
Moszová, Vendula ; Hulíková Tesárková, Klára (advisor) ; Fialová, Ludmila (referee)
Comparison of cardiovascular mortality in France and the Czech Republic in the period 1965-1985 and possibilities of presentation of the results of analysis to public Abstract This Thesis has two main relatively independent goals. The first aim is a comparison of cardiovascular mortality in France and the Czech Republic during the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s. According to the mortality, in this period, the Czech Republic began lag behind demographically developed countries of Western Europe. The Thesis focuses on the development of overall mortality in both selected countries and it is specifically devoted to the cardiovascular mortality as the main cause of death, which negatively affected the development of mortality in the Czech Republic. The analysis is based on the application of the principle of indirect standardization, whose the results are more conceivable for the general public. The second goal deals with the possibilities of presentation results of demographic analysis to the general public and mapping current ways of presenting data to non-professionals. The found recommendations and information were applied during the preparation of the poster which was created as a part of this Thesis and can be found in the appendix. Keywords: France, Czech Republic, diseases of cardiovascular system, principle of...
Infant and childhood mortality in Prague in the second half of the 19th centtury
Konrádová, Jitka ; Fialová, Ludmila (advisor) ; Bartoňová, Dagmar (referee)
The objective of this study is an analysis of infant and child mortality in Prague in the second half of the 19th century. The analysis is based on the dataset obtained from church register of selected parishes in Prague and from Austrian statistics. This study is also related to demographic theories and historical context. The death of infants and children under the age of five and infant mortality rate are analysed in dependence on sex, age and legitimacy of children. The causes of death and the seasonal trends of mortality are studied, too. The results of analysis approve the considerable decline of infant and child mortality rates in Prague and also in singles parishes, but intensity of this decline is different. Comparative analysis demonstrates that this decline occurred quite earlier and with higher acceleration in Prague compared to Czech countryside. This development and also the differences within the parishes are attached to faster expansion, advancement and modernisation of Prague (especially of some districts) in the period of global revolution. Among these changes the phenomenal progression of medical science was the main feature and its great importance to the mortality decrease is incontestable. Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)
Childlessness in the Czech Republic: cohort perspective
Žemberová, Karolína ; Rychtaříková, Jitka (advisor) ; Fialová, Ludmila (referee)
The aim of this thesis is to analyze childless women in the Czech Republic and compare them to similar women in Slovakia, Netherlands and USA. The main statistical analysis used is generational fertility tables for women born between 1935 and 1968. The first part presents theories that attempt to explain the change of reproductive preferences which were distinctively different than the second half of the 20th century. According to the results of the analysis, there was a strong corrolational change of generational childlessness in western countries by women born shortly after World War II. In the Czech and Slovak Republic the same generational childlessness was observed in women born in the sixties. Furthermore, it analyzes the percentage of childless women in the Czech Republic, depending on their marital status, according to data take from the census, which took place after 1950. It was concluded that the percentage of childless women changed by single and married women. The work also studies attitudes and opinions regarding childlessness based on sample surveys. The results of this thesis show that there are a growing number of childless women in particular countries and also that there is a growing importance in studying this phenomenon.
Population and religion - possibilities of study in the Czech Republic
Fajfrová, Doris ; Fialová, Ludmila (advisor) ; Kurtinová, Olga (referee)
This work deals with the possibilities of population study of religion in the Czech Republic after 1921. It is divided into two parts. The first is theoretical and it shows the way in which the study is lead up to. The second deals with the practical possibilities of religious studies in demographic perspective. In this section census data on sex, age and religious affiliation are used as a basis for drawing up a detailed description of the gender-age structure. Data are analysed on two basic levels. At the higher are compared three basic populations defined on the basis of religion. On the lower the internal structure of the population of person's "confession" is examined. The analysis shows that the number of people who belong to any religion between 1991-2011, greatly decreased, and that they form the part of the population which aged rapidly. The population is also according to the census more feminine. It turns out that it was more a result of the age structure than the tendency of women to declare their religious beliefs. Analysis also has shown that the characteristics typical for the population "with confession", are largely determined by the three most frequent confessions: Roman Catholic, Evangelical Church of Czech Brethren and Czechoslovak Hussite Church. In contrast, small churches and less...

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