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Kinematic analysis of locomotor system in persons with abnormal position of the hip joint.
Zahradník, Petr ; Kolář, Pavel (advisor) ; Janura, Miroslav (referee)
Femoroacerabular impingement (FAI) syndrome is a hip joint impairment, which occurs frequently as a result of repeated overloading of the joint in combination with the imperfect orientation of the articulating surfaces. Therefore, it does not respect the biomechanically optimal position of the joint. Currently, many experts consider FAI as an important factor contributing to hip degeneration with the subsequent coxarthrosis. In our research, we evaluated how the FAI translates into normal walking. We used 3D kinematic motion analysis as an objectivization method. Objective: The study aimed to objectify changes in basic walk parameters, lower limb joint and pelvic movements in normal walking in people with FAI using 3D kinematic analysis and to compare the results with a group of healthy people. Sample: 21 patients (7 females, 14 males) were selected for the study with the confirmed FAI by clinical examination and X-ray. The control group consisted of 18 healthy probands (8 females, 10 males) in whom the hip joint morphology by MRI was excluded. Methods: All probands underwent walking examination using 3D kinematic motion analysis using the Qaulisys system. Data were processed by the Qualisys Track Manager and the Visual3D software. The subject of the examination was the basic walk parameters, ankle...
The Use of Hearing Perception Elimination in Motoric Activity
Kolář, Jáchym ; Kolář, Pavel (advisor) ; Suzan, Zuzana (referee)
Bibliographical record: KOLÁŘ, J. The Use of Hearing Perception Elimination in Motoric Activity. Prague: Charles University, 2nd Faculty of Medicine, Department of Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine 2020. 79 p. Thesis supervisor prof. PaedDr. Pavel Kolář, Ph.D. Abstract This thesis focuses on the importance and significance of human senses - especially hearing and vision - in connection with a performance of a motor activity. The theoretical part brings a summary of knowledge about the influence of hearing and vision on human movements and the induction of changes in the body during the elimination (deprivation) of some of the senses. Furthermore, in this part we briefly inform about the mutual relationship between vision and hearing, ideomotor functions, an auditory deprivation and lastly, we try to point out the possibilities and importance of a neuro-visual complex therapy. The main goal of the practical part is to prove the influence of hearing on the motor expression of the tested probands. A secondary goal of the practical part is to determine the influence of the quality of a visual perception on a motor expression and whether there can be an immediate intensification of a visual perception during auditory deprivation. Methodology: As a part of the main goal of the practical part, we tested 77...
Kinematic analysis of locomotor system in persons with abnormal position of the hip joint.
Zahradník, Petr ; Kolář, Pavel (advisor) ; Janura, Miroslav (referee) ; Havlas, Vojtěch (referee)
Femoroacerabular impingement (FAI) syndrome is a hip joint impairment, which occurs frequently as a result of repeated overloading of the joint in combination with the imperfect orientation of the articulating surfaces. Therefore, it does not respect the biomechanically optimal position of the joint. Currently, many experts consider FAI as an important factor contributing to hip degeneration with the subsequent coxarthrosis. In our research, we evaluated how the FAI translates into normal walking. We used 3D kinematic motion analysis as an objectivization method. Objective: The study aimed to objectify changes in basic walk parameters, lower limb joint and pelvic movements in normal walking in people with FAI using 3D kinematic analysis and to compare the results with a group of healthy people. Sample: 21 patients (7 females, 14 males) were selected for the study with the confirmed FAI by clinical examination and X-ray. The control group consisted of 18 healthy probands (8 females, 10 males) in whom the hip joint morphology by MRI was excluded. Methods: All probands underwent walking examination using 3D kinematic motion analysis using the Qaulisys system. Data were processed by the Qualisys Track Manager and the Visual3D software. The subject of the examination was the basic walk parameters, ankle...
Anthroposophy in Christian Coordinates Esoteric Christianity of Rudolf Steiner
Sušer, Jan ; Vogel, Jiří (advisor) ; Kolář, Pavel (referee)
The thesis tackles the issue of Rudolf Steiner's anthroposophic thought system in the context of Christianity and Christian theology. It is divided into four chapters and contains a dedicated methodological concept. The first chapter focuses on the beginning of Steiner's life journey, paying special attention to his spiritual influences affecting him prior to his public appearance. The following subchapter tackles the genre structure of Steiner's collective works (as in Gesamtausgabe) and creates an original proposal of its periodization as well as a description of its presence on the Czech li- terary market. Chapter two looks at those elements of Steiner's thinking that are theologically important and relate especially to the Trinitology. The final chapter selects those ideas from Steiner's ideological system that are in conflict with classic theological way of thinking and aims to provide them with a wider context.
Influence of Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization Approach on Maximum Kayak Paddling Power
Davídek, Pavel ; Kobesová, Alena (advisor) ; Kolář, Pavel (referee) ; Matoulek, Martin (referee)
INTRODUCTION: The aim of this thesis is to identify the effect of trunk stabilization training based on Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS) on maximum kayak ergometer power output and reported self-disability in the shoulder girdle area. METHOD: Thirty flatwater kayakers of both genders (17 - 25 years old) were randomly divided into two groups. Crossover design was used for this study. Subjects in the experimental group (group A) integrated DNS exercises into standard flatwater training during the first phase. The control group (group B) conducted only common flat water training at the same time. After 6 weeks, the groups were switched. Then group B underwent the same DNS exercise with the same intensity and the same time. The intervention was the same for both phases and took 6 weeks. Group A performed only standard off-season training during the second phase. The maximum power output on kayak ergometer was measured three times (before study, after 6 weeks and after 12 weeks). Disabilities of the Arm, Shoulder and Hand (DASH) were analyzed at the same time. RESULTS: Initially, no significant differences in maximum power output on kayak ergometer and the DASH questionnaire score were identified between the groups. During the first phase the experimental group (group A) improved the maximum...
Night in Czechoslovakia 1945 - 1960: representations and social practices
Dušková, Lucie ; Rákosník, Jakub (advisor) ; Kolář, Pavel (referee) ; Nečasová, Denisa (referee)
Using the concepts of social imaginary (C. Castoriadis), social representations (S. Moscovici), Eigen-Sinn (A. Lüdtke) and tactics (M. de Certeau), this thesis answers the question of whether in people's democratic Czechoslovakia (1945-1960) came into existence, or was coming into existence, what could be called a "socialist night." The problem is addressed as in the domain of imagination and narrative as well as in the domain of everyday experience of night at the time when Czechoslovakia had ambition to establish a new economic, political and social order after the end of the World War Two. The first symbolical step in the process of creation of new Czechoslovakia was the end of the war and was proclaimed to be completed in July 1960, when the Socialist Constitution was adopted. The question is addressed with the use of analysis of audiovisual sources, media, administrative, legislative, technical-statistical and police sources. Other applied theories are also the concept of governamentality (M. Foucault), the mass culture (W. Benjamin, T. Adorno, M. Horkheimer) and the legitimate dominion (M. Weber).
Catechetical Aspects in the Work of Otto Rutrle
Černochová, Žaneta ; Bravená, Noemi (advisor) ; Kolář, Pavel (referee)
The Czechoslovak Hussite Church can be proud of professor Otto Rutrle's personality, because by his pedagogical and educational approach he helped to realize and revive religious education and catechetical teaching in the Church. In his publications The Road to the Child I. and The Road to the Child II. pays great attention to this activity and he touches on individual topics that are necessary for teaching and education in the Czechoslovak Hussite Church. He does not neglect the importance of a teacher, as a preacher, a guide and a helper on the path to the spiritual knowledge. He emphasizes the personal religion, that lives. He uses examples from the Holy Scripture for a practical spiritual life. His work is a legacy not only for our generation, but also for following generations. In my master's thesis, I have mostly tried to look into the activities of Sunday school, which was closely linked to the life of the Church. There were cultivated both moral and spiritual values needed for life. I have wanted to show by master's thesis, how important were the Christian education and teaching for children and youth. In the first chapter of my work, I have introduced readers to the topicality of topics, which were essential for Otto Rutrle and important for the education and teaching of children and youth. His...
The Picture of the Evangelical Liturgy in the Area of Bohemia and Moravia from the Patent of Tolerance to 1980s based on Workship Agendes.
Chalupski, Michal ; Halama, Ota (advisor) ; Jurík, Milan (referee) ; Kolář, Pavel (referee)
This thesis called The Picture of the Evangelical Liturgy in the area of Bohemia and Moravia from the Patent of Tolerance to 1980s based on worship agendas is focused on research of Czech and Moravian evangelical worship agendas and liturgical handbooks during the defined period. It does not claim to provide an exhaustive picture of liturgical situation of Czech and Moravian evangelical Christianity in this period, but deals with limited amount of sources and focuses on what kind of liturgy is captured in these books as well as from what sources their authors drew the material or from what sources were they inspired. It is not focused on how the liturgy looked like in reality, but how these documents prescribe it. Various types of sources are used in our research: printed, private as well as officially approved, anonymous as well as nonanonymous liturgical books. These books come from Lutheran as well as reformed milieu and later from the united Evangelical Church of Czech Brethren. The first part of this thesis deals with liturgical situation at the beginning of the defined period and with creation and analysis of the content of Lutheran Wien Agenda which represented for our, not only Lutheran, milieu important source for a certain time.
Didactics of Christian ethics
Janovská, Kristýna ; Kolář, Pavel (advisor) ; Drozenová, Wendy (referee)
1 Abstract The diploma thesis handles the theme of didactics of Christian ethics as a school subject with a focus on four-year grammar schools and secondary schools. The syllabus of the thesis is organized the way to give a systematic overview of the issue, therefore the first chapter is dedicated to define the basic concepts which are the gateway for understanding what the Christian ethics is and what it is pursuing. The following chapters give a comprehensive view of the subject didactics as a school subject named Christian Ethics. The fifth chapter presents the Decalogue as the basic methodological text of catechesis, which is also an explicit text for Christian ethics. Each of the commandments is demonstrated by its overlapping to the present as we can see on possible ethical topics for teaching. The final six chapter presents a model of three lessons that can be used within the lectures. The chosen topics represent the specific areas which I currently see as problematic, specifically The value orientation of a person; Respect for nature; Partnership and sexuality from the point of view of Christianity.

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