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Citizenship Education of the Adults in the Libraries
Vokurková, Anna ; Kopecký, Martin (advisor) ; Šerák, Michal (referee)
The aim of this work is to find and analyse library activity in the subject of adult civic education. Moreover, this thesis defines the area of adult civic education and its relation to hobby education. Subsequently, these two matters are closely related and to some extent overlap, and there is no precisely defined boundary between them. Furthermore, the role of libraries as educational institutions in general, as well as civic adult education institutions are expanded. Additionally, an overview of chosen adult educational activities that can be done in a library setting is also provided. Lectures and conversations, in particular, are highlighted as the most frequently featured methods. Similarly, an empirical study, performed in the form of interviews with six librarians from the district towns of the South Bohemian Region, is also part of the work, with the goal of determining the state of adult civic education in their libraries. The final project is a SWOT analysis of the strengths and limitations of adult civic education in the Czech Republic's library setting, which is based on theoretical concepts, existing research, and its own actual study.
Comparative Analysis of the Approaches of the Czech Republic and Denmark to Quality in Further Education
Řeháková, Magdaléna ; Kopecký, Martin (advisor) ; Sycha, Martin (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with the approaches of the Czech Republic and Denmark in the areas of determining and measuring the quality of further education. The aim of this work is to analyze and compare the views of both countries on the quality of further education. The introductory part first defines the basic terminology and then it focuses on different concepts in determining the quality of education with a subsequent narrowing to the quality of further education. It also describes the situation in selected areas of further education in the Czech Republic and Denmark. The historical development of further education is presented complemented by the current situation regarding legislation, counseling, financing, and participation in further education. The descriptive part ends with an introduction to the quality tools that both countries establish for educational institutions, educational programs, and lecturer's activities. The central part of the work focuses on the same and different features of both systems, and it generalizes the findings. The aim of the comparative analysis is to find incentives for the development of determining and measuring the quality of further education in both countries. Keywords further education, quality, quality in education, quality in further education, quality...
Generally biding regulations of a municipality issuing in order to ensure local matters of public order
Furková, Petra ; Kopecký, Martin (advisor) ; Vedral, Josef (referee)
Generally biding regulations of a municipality issuing in order to ensure local matters of public order Abstract The work is focused on general binding regulations issued by municipalities to protect public order. However, public order is a concept that is not defined by legislation and is variable over time. Thus, each municipality, in order to protect it, regulates a different social activity that it believes is capable of disturbing public order in the municipality. However, municipalities do not always regulate the activities that can be regulated for the purpose of public order, or the rules they set exceed the limits set by law. The Constitutional Court makes an indispensable contribution to the specification of what can be regulated for the purpose of public order and in what way, as it is the only one entitled to annul an illegal municipal regulation. The thesis first focuses on the history of municipal lawmaking, the basic characteristics of generally binding regulations as legal regulations issued in an independent competence and, with the help of judicial case law, also on the definition of public order. Then the most extensive part of the thesis is devoted to the analysis of generally binding regulations on public order against the background of the so-called four-step test applied by the...
Education of volunteers in non-profit organizations in the field of social work
Lokšová, Lucie ; Kopecký, Martin (advisor) ; Michalová, Lucie (referee)
The bachelor thesis is focused on education of volunteers in non-profit organizations, specifically on educational activities for volunteers in organiza-tions providing social welfare services. It considers volunteering to be means of development both on the individual level and the level of the whole society. The text includes education of volunteers in the context of volunteering and volunteer management and classifies its position within the conception of the lifelong education. This thesis doesn't present complete data about education in the whole range of social service volunteerism, that is anyway almost impossible due to the highly various, informal and spontaneous character of this area. But it explains education of volunteers in wider context, summarizes theoretical knowledge, brings inspiration and practical examples. A significant part of the text concentrates on the preparation of volunteers for their engagement (which means the entry-level volunteer training), as this is the most important element of the volunteer education. The other chapters deal with the legal status of volunteerism, volunteerism in the social welfare services, motivation to volunteer, further education of volunteers and the role of volunteer centers.
Conflict in organization
Šanderová, Markéta ; Tureckiová, Michaela (advisor) ; Kopecký, Martin (referee)
The aim of the study is to describe conflict situations among people in the workplace. It summarizes the knowledge of the authors who are engaged in this topic and brings various insights to this theme, including my own opinions and recommendations. It shows different causes, origins, progressions and solutions of conflict situations. It describes both involuntary conflicts and intentionally evoked conflicts, also known as mobbing and bossing. The study demonstrates that this phenomenon is still prevalent in the workplace and gives suggestions for dealing with these situations so that their impact does not have a negative influence on people, their working performance, personal satisfaction and, in due course, the organization itself. The study reaches an important outcome that not only can conflict improve relationships, but it can even solve the problem itself if it is handled well. It contributes to the knowledge of human behavior and shows assertiveness as an effective method of acquired behavior suitable for solving conflicts. Last but not least, the paper refers to the importance of a high level of organizational culture as a positive environment for the conflict solution.
Principles of criminal law in proceedings on administrative transgressions
Lomozová, Petra ; Prášková, Helena (advisor) ; Kopecký, Martin (referee)
RESUMÉ Petra Lomozová: Principles of Criminal Justice in the Proceedings on Minor Offences This paper addresses to basic principles of criminal proceedings as expressed in § 2 of the Czech Code of Criminal Procedure. It seeks to find out the scope in which these principles apply to the proceedings ruled by the Act on Minor Offences, which is part of Czech aministrative law. The distinction between criminal offences and administrative offences has a long tradition in Czech and Austrian law. The criminal offences are essentially part of criminal law and underlie the jurisdiction of courts, while the proceedings on administrative offences, including the minor offences, are led by public authorities. However, this distinction doesn't rely upon firm and definite theoretical foundations and is managed differently in different European countries. That's why the Czech courts use to emphasize, that the basic principles, which apply to criminal proceedings, should also be applicable to proceedings on administrative offences. The question is treated with regard to Article 6 of the European Convention on Human Rights. This Article guarantees the right to a fair hearing to everyone charged with a criminal offence. "Charge" as well as "criminal offence" have to be understood in their autonomous meaning which differ from...
Public-law regulation of advertising human preparations for medical treatment
Šildová, Alena ; Kopecký, Martin (advisor) ; Svoboda, Petr (referee)
This thesis deals with advertising of medicinal products for human use and its public law regulation contained especially in administrative law regulations. The thesis aims to bring information on the existing law in this area, explain particular legal institutes and propose potential amendments of the existing regulation in appropriate cases. The first chapter is devoted to definition of crucial terms of a medicinal product, advertising and public regulation, since their correct understanding is decisive for the following text. The second chapter concerns regulation of advertising, firstly in general and consequently concretely advertising of medicinal products for human use. The thesis is structured so that it concerns advertising focused on wide public separately from advertising focused on experts. The third chapter is devoted to responsibility, supervision, administrative proceedings and decisions in administrative judiciary, offences and sanctions in the area of regulation of advertising of medicinal products for human use. The fourth chapter analyzes main articles of the last proposal for amendment of the Act no. 40/1995 Coll., on Advertising Regulation, as amended, which was submitted to the legislative process in 2012, and contains de lege ferenda proposals. Annexes of the thesis contain...
Community planning of social services and education opportunities for its participants
Vozková, Kateřina ; Kopecký, Martin (advisor) ; Raisová, Tereza (referee)
The aim of this work is to examine the idea of community planning of social services and introduce education possibilities of its participants using examples of particular education programmes. In Chapter One, I explain terms related to the topic, i.e. the meaning of the words 'community' and 'community planning'. In the following chapter, I introduce the planning of social services into a greater detail. I discuss its history, resources and means of financing as well as its individual phases. I particularly deal with principles and benefits of the community planning. At the end of Chapter Two, I mention several examples of organisations actively dealing with the community planning. In Chapter Three, I focus on education of participants who are part of the community planning of the social services process. I introduce four organisations and their education programmes and courses, and I examine whether their course offer is satisfactory for its participants. The work is supplemented by personal experience and comments of the participants.
The new Administrative Procedure Code in comparison with the earlier regulation
Mikitka, Vladimír ; Sládeček, Vladimír (advisor) ; Kopecký, Martin (referee)
The main aim of this diploma thesis is mention changes which come into force and compare with antecedent modification. Intention is not to be completely comparison new and antecedent legal adjustments. This progress would solicited extensive representation entire issue who area exceeds requisites of diploma thesis. Core of diploma thesis is analyse some legal remedies within the administrative procedure.

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