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Postponement of parenthood and its determinanst
Haklová, Barbora ; Kocourková, Jiřina (advisor) ; Šťastná, Anna (referee)
Fertility planning of czech women in the context of preference theory Abstract The aim of this bachelor thesis is to find out, if the different preferences of Czech women are reflected in family planning, in terms of timing and intensity of fertility. The theoretical part of the thesis present theoretical concepts of fertility differentiation. Such as the second demographic transition and preference theory. First it deals with these concepts in general in Europe and then deals with their applications in the Czech Republic. The analytical part operates with data from sample survey Women 2016. First women are divided according to the typology of preference theory. Then with the help of analysis of contingency tables and descriptive characteristics of the data, finding out what is the relationship between the preferences of Czech women and the timing and intensity of fertility. The results of the analysis show that there is a relationship between the preferences of Czech women and the intensity and timing of their fertility on the data from sample survey Women 2016. Keywords: preference theory, parenthood planning, postponement of parenthood, fertility differentiation, Czech republic
Fertility in Russia in the period 2000-2018 with a focus on the second and higher birth order in the context of economic conditions and family policy
Třísková, Hana ; Šťastná, Anna (advisor) ; Kocourková, Jiřina (referee)
Fertility in Russia in the period 2000-2018 with a focus on the second and higher birth order in the context of economic conditions and family policy Abstract Similarly to other developed countries, Russia also faces a problem with decline of fertility and postponing childbearing to higher ages. The dissolution of the Soviet Union in 1991 and the consequent economic and social transformation that occurred in the 1990s in Russia included the country between those with low level of fertility. The aim of this theses is to study the Russian fertility in the period of 2000-2018 with the focus on second and higher birth order in the context of economic conditions and family policy. The first part of the theses outlines the description of family policy and the means of state support for families with children, as well as the presentation of fertility development in the period 2000-2018 in relation with key historical, economic and social events. The second part of the thesis presents the analysis of fertility in the period of 2000- 2018 based on selected demographic indicators. Part of the analysis includes also the influence of economic factors on the level of fertility in the period 2000-2018 based on selected economic indicators using correlation coefficient and linear regression. In the analysis, we 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)
Comparison of divorce behaviour between the Czechs and Slovaks since 1993
Jansová, Lenka ; Kocourková, Jiřina (advisor) ; Kalibová, Květa (referee)
This thesis is considering analysis and comparison of divorce development model between Czech and Slovak republic since the year 1993. Its main goal is to find out wheter - considering the two countries development - bonding overweights or wheter some anomalies appeared and why. First part of the thesis describes legislative and divorce rate development. Theoretical part focusses on reasons for divorce considering monitored area and time period. First the structural factores coherent with processes of family modernisation is discussed, then marrital behavior, the concept of social heredity of divorce behavior and religiosity. Analytical part documents the development of divorce intensity in the last 20 years considering age, duration and quantity of under-age children. Results show that the direction of development is similar in both the countries. Major difference is held only in overall intensity, but even in that area it comes to bonding.
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...
​Family policy of Královéhradecký region in the context of population development
Hlávko, Petr ; Kocourková, Jiřina (advisor) ; Kalibová, Květa (referee)
The main objective of this bachelor thesis is to evaluate the Conception of family policy in Kralovéhradecký region for the period 2012-2016. At first bachelor thesis contains theoretical basis of family policy at national and regional level, then it evaluates issued Conception of selected region according to foundations and in comparison with conceptions of other regions of the Czech Republic. The analytical part focuses on the analysis of demographic indicators which relate to family policy, as well as evaluation services and other realted areas. The second part of analysis is the questionnaire survey, which was realized for the extension of this bachelor thesis and also to find out about awareness about Conception among residents of the Kralovéhradecký region. Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)
Regional differentiation of induced abortion rate in the Czech republic
Chválová, Martina ; Rychtaříková, Jitka (advisor) ; Kocourková, Jiřina (referee)
Regional differentiation of induced abortion rate in the Czech republic Abstract The goal of the work is to address the issue of induced abortion in the Czech Republic in 2011. The abortion definition and its types, necessary for exact delimitation of the topic, are introduced. Then actual legislation and data gathering of induced abortion are provided. The work focuses on the analysis of regional differentiation of induced abortions in the Czech Republic. The work includes graphs of some statistical indicators of induced abortions in the Czech Republic in 2011. It mainly focuses on pattems of induced abortions in individual regions, according to number of previous live-born babies to mothers who underwent the induced abortion, marital status and education level of these women. Methods of demographic analysis and statistical methods are used (induced abortions to live birth ratios, total induced abortions rate, women's average age at induced abortion). Working hypotheses are presented and consequently verified. Cluster analysis on the regional scale was applied to make the induced abortion patterns more transparent and easier to interpret. The analysis showed that the biggest number of induced abortions is in Central-Bohemia region and in Prague. The highest induced abortion ratio and total induced abortion...
The development of the birth rate and preschool education in the Czech Republic after 1950
Křesťanová, Jana ; Rychtaříková, Jitka (advisor) ; Kocourková, Jiřina (referee)
The development of the birth rate and preschool education in the Czech Republic after 1950 Abstract The main aim of the thesis is to map in detail the development of preschool education and financial support for families with children in the Czech Republic in the context of the development of birth rate after 1950. The development of birth rate in the thesis is not only analyzed by using basic indicators, but also through deeper decomposition methods. It turns out, that quality and availability of all network preschool institutions in the context has a certain role in the birth rate. The reconciliation of work and family is very important for lots of parents and sufficient offer of preschool care can help it. However, the demand for preschool institutions exceeded supply, as was shown in accordance with obtained data. It was also found out by the insight into the outcomes of surveys that the vast majority of respondents do not think that a preschool child of working mother would be suffering. In the future, should not only expand the capacity of childcare facilities as well as other options for facilitation of reconciling work and family life, such as better offer of flexible working hours. Keywords: birth rate, decomposition, preschool facilities, financial support for families with children, surveys,...
Population policy in China
Čadyová, Barbora ; Kocourková, Jiřina (advisor) ; Fialová, Ludmila (referee)
Population policy in China Abstract This thesis concerns the topic of population policy in China, focusing on the one-child policy. It describes the development of these policies and then deals with the research questions themselves. First of all the thesis describes the process of the fertility decrease in China in connection with the population policy since the 50s of the 20th century. This part of the thesis results in the findings that the largest fertility decrease occurred in the 70s of the 20th century as a consequence of the population policy measures. It was even before the implementation of the one-child policy in 1979, even though this also had a significant impact on the fertility. The one-child policy, amongst low fertility, has also brought some negative effects including accelerated demographic aging, increased sex ratio at birth, the phenomenon of "little emperors", more difficult situation for parents who lost their only child, etc. The thesis also compares the population policy of China and other Asian countries with similar trends in fertility. This part of the thesis results in the finding that similar fertility limitation can be handled by a milder way than it was in the case of China. Keywords: China, population policy, fertility, one-child policy

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