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Metodika klasifikace korozní agresivity vnitřních prostředí znečištěných těkavými organickými kyselinami
Kouřil, Milan ; Boháčková, Tereza ; Švadlena, Jan ; Prošek, Tomáš ; Strachotová, Kristýna Charlotte ; Kreislová, Kateřina ; Fialová, Pavlína ; Majtás, Dušan
Corrosion of metal historical artefacts by volatile organic acids (VOA) is common in indoor atmospheres where VOA sources are present and where insufficient measures are taken to eliminate the aggressive effects of these substances on metals. The procedure for determining the corrosion aggressiveness of indoor atmospheres towards metals is defined in three parts of the standard EN ISO 11844 'Corrosion of metals and alloys - Classification of indoor atmospheres with low corrosion aggressivity'. The corrosion aggressivity classes (IC1 to IC5) are based, among others, on the determination of the mass loss of corrosion coupons of silver, copper, steel, zinc and lead. Lead was included in the first part of EN ISO 11844-1 in 2021, based on the results of the NAKI II project "Methodology for the classification of corrosion aggressiveness of indoor environments for lead alloy collectors" (DG18P02OVV050), as a metal specifically sensitive to the presence of volatile organic acids. The aim of the methodology is to specify the procedures for determining the corrosion aggressivity of indoor atmospheres for the field of conservation, especially in objects with a higher risk of the presence of volatile organic compounds, which can threaten metallic monuments by their corrosion aggressivity. Thus, target locations are, for example, archives, libraries, exhibition spaces and depositories of museums and churches, and target objects are lead seals, organ pipes containing lead, stained glass, pewter utensils, etc. The sources of VOCs include a range of materials that make up common furnishings in indoor environments - wood paneling and ceilings, furniture, cabinets, display cases, as well as other items on display or stored.
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Use of Social Networks for Communication with Clients of Facilities Providing Social Services
FIALOVÁ, Pavlína
Social networks are an integral part of contemporary society. For many people, it can be hard to imagine being so-called offline and not connecting to any of the available social networks during the day. The aim of this thesis was to conduct a survey of which social networks are used in low-threshold facilities for children and youth to communicate with their clients. The work is specifically focused on this institutions in the Vysočina region. Another goal of this thesis was to determine the course of communication between these facilities and their clients during the state of emergency (COVID-19) and the form of its application. Following the objectives of the work, three research questions were chosen. The first question focused on the purpose of using social networks. Through the second question, obstacles in communication between low-threshold facilities and clients were identified. The third question examines whether online communication helped to maintain contact between low-threshold facilities for children and youth and clients in times of emergency. The diploma thesis consists of a theoretical and a practical part. The theoretical part is divided into three parts. The first part characterizes social networks together with their features, distribution, description of specific social networks and there are also risks associated with them. The second part is devoted to social services, their distribution, the registration required for their performance and quality standards. In the third part, the social service low-threshold facility for children and youth is specifically characterized. Together with the mission, goals, target group and principles of service provision, the basic activities that are provided as part of this service and the course of the service are mentioned here. A qualitative research strategy and the technique of semi-structured interviews were used for the practical part of this thesis. Open coding and data categorization were used for analysis of the detected data. The results of interviews with individual low-threshold facilities for children and youth show that social networks, especially Facebook and Instagram, have gained their place in the provision of this social service. They are used to communicate with clients and the public for informational and preventive purposes and also to promote them. It was also found that social media had an important role during the state of emergency (COVID-19). The results of the practical part of this thesis can be an inspiration for other low-threshold facilities for children and youth or for facilities providing other social services. The diploma thesis can also serve as a source of information for students, the non-professional or professional public.
Stereotypes and Prejudices of Labor Office Workers to Clients
FIALOVÁ, Pavlína
This Bachelor Thesis is focused on the Labor Office and especially on the employees of this office together with ther prejudices and stereotypes occurring in this work place. The aim of this Bachelor Thesis is to find out stereotypes and prejudices occurrences among the employees of the Labor Office. Research question: What is the prevalence of prejudices and stereotypes among employees of the Labor Office towards to clients ? Hypotheses: There is a statistically significant difference between employees of the Labor office in the perception of clients´ characteristics depending on the practice lenght. The lenght of employees practice has an influence on the perception of clients´ characteristics. The perception of clients´ properties is influenced by the department where the Labor Office employees work. The theoretical part defines basic terms just such as the prejudice and stereotype. It describes their development formation, change and stereotypes measurement. The term Labor Office is explained in the second part of theory Together with the organizational structure there is mentioned the activity of this office which services are provided and which laws are followed. Infomation for the practical part was obtained by quantitative research strategy, questionning method, anonymous questionnaire technique, specifically by semantic differential and Likert scale was used. The questionnaire was sent to all contact offices in the South Bohemian under the regional branch of the Labor office in České Budějovice. Data obtained using this questionnaire were created using descriptive statistics in MS Excel and hypothesis testing was perfomed in program SPSS, Person Correlation method, T-test and ANOVA test was used. From the results of the research of this Bachelor Thesis we can see that there are some prejudice satthe Labor Office that have no dependents on the work experience lenght. This work can serve as a source of information for the public as well as for Labor Office employees who can try to change their attitude.
Examination of Financial Efficiency of the Agricultural Company Using Time Series Analysis
Fialová, Pavlína ; Tichá, Dana (referee) ; Doubravský, Karel (advisor)
This bachelor´s thesis deals with the financial performance of private agriculture Václava Žďárského. Value of the selected indicators of company for the last 8 years, deduces conclusions and estimates future development of these indicators. It contains suggestions that will contribute to mitigating the effects of any further losses from crop production and overall lead to stability of the company.
Assesment of the Project of the Agricultural Company Development
Fialová, Pavlína ; Tichá, Dana (referee) ; Režňáková, Mária (advisor)
This thesis deals with evaluation of the current situation of the agriculture company using strategic analysis and assessment of the project´s further development. Specifically, the assessment of the transition from conventional to organic agriculture using metod of discounted payback period.

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