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Content analysis of Teachers' newspaper: View of parents in education
Nerad, Jáchym ; Mouralová, Magdalena (advisor) ; Gargulák, Karel (referee)
This bachelor thesis focuses on different views of parents' role in education. It draws on the previous research of parents' involvement in education and develops the research further through an analysis of a specialized periodical. More specifically, it focuses on how the authors of Teachers' Newspaper perceived the parents' role between 2003-2013. To achieve this objective, it adopts the method of frame analysis which examines highlighting of various aspects of observed reality in texts. In this case, the frame analysis of Teachers' Newspaper explores different aspects of authors' experience with parents made salient in their texts. The frame analysis uses the concepts of parents' role in education as frames and examines presence of such framing in the texts. The frame analysis was enhanced by the identification of recurring themes the authors attributed to parents. The identified themes were used to describe different types of framing. The analysis discovered framing of parents as educational partners, customers, problems and social partners. The analysis did not, however, reveal any presence of framing parents as citizens. On the other hand, the analysis showed presence of other, previously undefined frames. These are parents as determinants, engagement targets, and debate participants.
Institutionalized Free Schooling in the Czech Education System
Švábová, Kristina ; Mouralová, Magdalena (advisor) ; Černý, Jakub (referee)
The aim of this bachelor's thesis is to contribute to the understanding of the phenomenon of the so-called "free schools" in the Czech Republic. These schools practice the principles of free schooling which has a long tradition abroad in schools, such as Summerhill School or Sudbury Valley School. However, in the Czech Republic these schools have only now begun to emerge and as such have not been thoroughly studied, yet. This thesis is a case study of two Czech free schools. It describes how the schools' values manifest in the school documentation and, using the theory of accountability, it explores how the values are harmonized with the expectations of other actors, chiefly the Czech School Inspectorate. It is found that the Czech education system is open to many of these values. Nevertheless, in some areas disputes arise. The full realization of the values is hindered especially due to compulsory school attendance, statutory requirements in the curriculum and evaluation. In the thesis, the actors' attitudes towards the Czech education system are explored, as well. It is discovered that each school has developed its own approach. One of them takes a 'pessimistic' stand as the school employees do not believe a consensus with the state is possible, whereas the other one is more 'optimistic' and...
Media Image of Apprentice Education
Stříbrný, Petr ; Mouralová, Magdalena (advisor) ; Gargulák, Karel (referee)
The aim of my bachelor thesis is to describe the media image of the apprentice education in Czech Republic between years 2005 and 2018. I will describe what was contained in newspaper articles related to the topic in chosen years. First of all I will look up and sort out related articles. Then I will analyse how the apprentice education is presented in major newspaper media. Chosen method of analysing is frame analysis with which one I will be able to qualitatively examine the content of the media image. I will find out context, coherence, impression and results of those articles. Main purpose is an identification of frameworks occurring in the given issue and their sponsors. I will also find out main problems of each framework, their causes and suggested or implied solving of problems in apprentice education.
Role of street-level bureaucracy in the process of implementation of inclusive education with a focus on school counseling staff
Hraničková, Lucie ; Mouralová, Magdalena (advisor) ; Hejzlarová, Eva (referee)
This diploma thesis concerns the topic of inclusive education in the Czech Republic with a focus on school counseling staff as the main representatives of street-level bureaucracy in the process of inclusive education. The general aim of this study is to examine the situation after the implementation of the Amendment No. 82/2015 Coll. of the Education Act from the point of view of school counseling staff. Moreover, the study also examines whether the current position of street-level bureaucracy in the inclusive education process is well-set and whether the current system settings meet the needs of the recipients of service. The objectives are fulfilled via qualitative research, particularly eight semi- structured interviews with school counseling staff and two semi-structured interviews with NGO representatives, and analysis of relevant public policy documents. Based on the qualitative research among these respondents, it concludes that the work concluded that there is scope for improvement in many ways in the current form of inclusive education in the Czech Republic, especially in staffing, financial support and mutual communication and cooperation among the actors involved.

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