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Integrating Czech women into society: from Bozena Nemcova to active voting rights in the Citvics for low secondary school.
Holubová, Kateřina ; Dvořáková, Michaela (advisor) ; Jirásková, Věra (referee)
This thesis looks at the emergence of women's equal rights movement in Czech society and its transformation in the curriculum. It centers on the evolution of female movement and women's emancipation from the initial efforts of informal equality, initiated by Bozena Nemcova, to the achievement of formal liberation and equal rights for women in the society in Czechoslovak republic, in 1920, by achieving an active voting rights, in other words by full and equal citizenship. The theoretical part examines sociological terminology and findings, describes secondary literature by various female writers who focus on the women's movement and gender, and describes women's action in 19th and beginning of the 20th century. The thesis discusses men who played a role in the women's civil rights movement, and also places the topic in the European context. It stresses the importance of women's work, particularly female writers, teachers and politicians. In the practical section the thesis centers on placing the topic within the curriculum reform. It highlights places of remembrance which can be valuable for low secondary school pupils, outlines Czech female emancipation in the context of Framework Educational Programme for Basic Education and summarizes information about gender in educational setting. This is...
Study of changes on spindle and chromosomes vitrified and in vitro maturated human oocytes
Holubová, Kateřina ; Kratochvílová, Irena (advisor) ; Libusová, Lenka (referee)
The aim of this work is the comparison of cryoprotection methods for human oocytes regarding their survival rate and subsequent success in in vitro fertilization. This work showed the effect of oocyte maturation characterized by the state of the meiotic spindle, chromosomes and polar body on the success of in vitro fertilization of standard (fresh) and vitrified oocytes. The acquired knowledge will lead to a better understanding of the relationships between the state of oocytes and specific in vitro fertilization and cryoprotection procedures. The final, application-interesting goal will be to propose the optimization of methods for working with oocytes so that the probability of their success in the IVF cycle is as high as possible.
The Importance of Executive Function in the Educational Process
Holubová, Kateřina ; Morávková Krejčová, Lenka (advisor) ; Novák, Ondřej (referee)
This bachelor's thesis elaborates the role of executive functions in the educational process in children and young adults. In the first part of this thesis, a literature review provides a description of executive functions and their development in children. In addition, there are reviewed diagnostic methods that are used abroad and in our country. Based on research from abroad, educational aspects of executive functions are discussed and the reader is familiarized with possible interventions supporting the development of executive functions. The empirical part proposes a qualitative method mapping the awareness of executive functions among teachers as well as the intervention process in Czech schools.
The influence of pacemaker implantation on the patient´s life
HOLUBOVÁ, Kateřina
Bachelor thesis concerns with the issue of perception and effect of the pacemaker on patient and his life. The theoretical part deals with particular illnesses as indications to a permanent cardiac stimulation. It also describes individual examinations that a cardiological patient can undergo. Major category comprises of regime measures and recommendations on how to perform with a pacemaker. This category is systematically divided into specific spheres, in which a problem or a potential risk for the pacemaker as well as for the patient can arise. The practical, research part is done with a help of a qualitative research survey with a half-structured interview as a tool of information obtaining. The questions were drawn in order to cover the life before pacemaker´s implantation, during the stay in hospital and to catch the following adaptation to the pacemaker and to this reality. The research group comprised of 10 patients implanted 4 - 8 months before the survey. The aim of this thesis was to find out what effect the pacemaker and his implantation have. The results show the effect of pacemaker mainly in connection with complications experienced. Our respondents admitted that adaptation to the pacemaker took them some time. The exception was the respondent who did not accept the pacemaker, especially in connection with the feeling of the mechanism in the body and the visibility of the devices under the skin. From the interviews with the respondents, we clearly show that their lack of a brochure, information material about the risks associated with this problems. The results obtained and information collected lead to our decision to issue an informative leaflet for patients, which also became an output of the bachelor thesis. This booklet contains the experiences of patients who have already had a pacemaker implantation.
Home sweet home? Expats and their various ways of creating a home
Holubová, Kateřina ; Ezzeddine, Petra (advisor) ; Zandlová, Markéta (referee)
This study focuses on expats, professionals and specialists from English-speaking countries who were sent by their employers to work abroad in Switzerland. They together with their families, were asked to move to a foreign country and start new lives. Although the relocation does bring a change in career and in most cases, a better personal economic situation, it also brings with it, big life changes. The most obvious changes are associated with separation from their ancestral homes and families, and the need for the establishment of new ones. The central point of this study is the question of what helps to create these new homes and what is involved in this sphere. The fieldwork, which was defined by cohabitation with the families, consisted of observation and analysis to determine the social and material practices through which expatriate families relate to their homes - and how it was narratively reflected. Some major points of observation included the universal need for the families to have with them, objects of a material nature that linked their new home to the original and contemporary home, and a tendency to establish social ties with other expats as a substitution of the family support network. Also observed were the aspects of the adaptation of the family members to their new homes and...
Variability of home ranges and territory sizes in birds
Holubová, Kateřina ; Storch, David (advisor) ; Sedláček, Ondřej (referee)
Territories and home-ranges are the smallest spatial units of species' presence in a landscape and they determine in what ways and on what scales animals perceive and use their environments. Their sufficient sizes encompassing enough resources are critical for survival and reproduction of individuals. Processes and factors affecting territory and home-range sizes therefore belong to fundamental ecological issues. Despite its importance, the knowledge of variation in avian territory and home-range size at large spatial scales is poor. So far it has comprised mainly the findings that the used area is determined by individual's energetic demands, dependent on body size and diet type, and by environmental productivity. Therefore, the aim of this thesis was to use data gathered from available literature to describe the variation in territory and home-range size of birds. I was curious what was the nature of territory and home-range size frequency distribution; whether the sizes were species-specific and whether and how these sizes were affected (beside the body mass and diet type) by various environmental characteristics, such as latitude, temperature, precipitation, seasonality, altitude and habitat type. I have found that the territory and home-range size frequency distribution is approximately...
Use of an Interactive Whiteboard in Occupational Therapy in Patients with Brain Damage Subtitl: Focused on the Training of Cognitive Functions
Holubová, Kateřina ; Oktábcová, Alice (advisor) ; Krulová, Anna (referee)
BAKALÁŘSKÉ PRÁCE V AJ Jméno: Kateřina Holubová Vedoucí práce: Bc. Alice Oktábcová Oponent práce: Název bakalářské práce: Využití interaktivní tabule v ergoterapii u pacientů po poškození mozku Podnázev bakalářské práce: Zaměřeno na trénink kognitivních funkcí Abstract: This bachelor thesis deals with an interactive whiteboard and its use in occupational therapy. The aim of this thesis is to find out whether the interactive whiteboard is usable in occupational therapy in cognitive functions training of patients with brain damage. The theoretical part provides information on cognitive functions, their damage impact on life and their rehabilitation. It also describes the interactive whiteboard, its components and accessories. The practical part is based on using the interactive whiteboard at the Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation department of the Military University Hospital Prague. Two patients with brain damage and cognitive deficit were treated with help of the whiteboard there and the course of the treatments, as well as documenting the examination, was the basis for two case studies. The observation of these treatments, together with the feedback from the patients, were used to summarize the advantages and disadvantages of using of the interactive whiteboard in cognitive functions...
Summary of occupational therapy tests with possible use in testing dyspraxia
Holubová, Kateřina ; Demeková, Júlia (advisor) ; Zounková, Irena (referee)
The aim of the thesis was to find occupational therapy tests, or part thereof which could be used to test various inputs perception function of CNS. In cooperation with child and adult occupational therapists from Motol Hospital were researched occupational therapy various standardized tests designed to test children and adults. Then of them selected those tests (or a portion thereof) that contain the testing of individual sensory modalities of adult patients. Ultimately, these tests were applied to a group of adult population and evaluated. The whole work was compiled in the form of research. It was assumed that in the sets occupational therapy standardized tests, there are tests or parts that are able to focus their testing different modalities of perception function of the CNS within the cortical functions.
Transcultural turnover and national identity
Holubová, Kateřina ; Podaná, Zuzana (advisor) ; Šubrt, Jiří (referee)
The essence of the thesis is to answer the best possible way the theoretical and empirical question how national identity reflects the transcultural turnover (Kreuzzieger, 2012a, 2012b). The concept of transcultural turnover includes theories which consider the cultural aspects of contemporary accelerating globalization, including a premise of weakening of the nation-state in terms of its cultural homogeneity (Welsch, 1999, 2000), which is seen as one of the pillars of national identity (Hall, 1992; Anderson, 2008; Tomlinson 2003). Answers to the raised questions are by some authors conceptualized differently, and as such, in the form of hypotheses, the answers enter the empirical part of this thesis and there they are tested for 16 selected European countries thanks to the publicly available data from a survey of national identity. The research was carried out by ISSP in 1995 and 2003. There are also used some other sources of aggregate data such as GDP level or index of globalization. From the statistical analysis there is hierarchical cluster analysis, correlation analysis and Z-test of proportions. The real effect of transcultural turnover to change the form of national identity can not be on the basis of the empirical part of this thesis excluded, given the fact that the national identities of...

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