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Social and Legal Protection Workers and their option of work with manipulated child during divorce
Hanusová, Lucie ; Pazlarová, Hana (advisor) ; Novotná, Alena (referee)
This bachelor thesis seeks to present the role of the social and legal protector worker and their possibilities of working with a manipulated child in the parents' divorce proceedings. The theoretical part of this thesis deals with the basic definition and introduction of the main concepts related to this topic such as family, its definition, main functions, and its position in divorce proceedings. Furthermore, the theoretical part discusses the social and legal protector worker as a conflict guardian who works with a family in divorce proceedings in which the child is being manipulated by one of the parents. The practical part of this thesis deals with the possibilities and specifics of the work of conflict guardians with a manipulated child by using qualitative research. The research is based on the specific experience of the workers of a social and legal protection agency for children.
The role of a social worker in forming the identity of child in foster family.
Pechoušková, Kateřina ; Hejnová, Kateřina (advisor) ; Pazlarová, Hana (referee)
(in English) This master's thesis deals with the identity of a child, focusing on its development, possible disorders and difficulties among children in foster care, specifically in foster families, in its theoretical part. The thesis also provides insight into the role of accompanying workers and the possibilities of support they can offer to families in this field. The evaluation is based on the results of a qualitative research conducted through semi-structured interviews with social workers from child protection services and accompanying organizations. The thesis analyzes the positive aspects of these supportive measures as well as the challenges they may bring.
The right of a child to participate in the custody proceedings
Bredová, Kristýna ; Matulayová, Tatiana (advisor) ; Pazlarová, Hana (referee)
This thesis focuses on the child's rights to participate in the custody proceedings - a highly relevant topic that has become very visible among the professionals in the field. They are exerting pressure on its wider application while also recognizing potential pitfalls. The aim of this research is to find out how Prague social workers from the Social and Legal Protection of Children handle the child's participation in custody proceedings in concerns of care for minors related to their parents' divorce. The data was gathered through semi-structured interviews with seven social workers - guardians from different workplaces of the above-named body. The data was analysed using open coding, typical for grounded theory. The results suggested that guardians agree on the procedures by which they fulfil the child's right to participate. First, they decide whether the child's participation is appropriate or not, but they recognize that they always try to mediate the child's participation in the proceedings if they will not suffer greater harm. The way how they include them depends on the circumstances of the given case and according to their value system.
Children and adolescents in the schools educational institutions in the socio-psychological and the legislative context
Petruželová, Irena ; Pazlarová, Hana (referee)
School educational institutions have long taken care of the education and re-education of delinquent children and adolescents with compulsory institutional or protective education or of children who are placed here voluntarily with the consent of the person responsible for education. This care, for morally disturbed and socially disadvantaged youth, has a tradition of almost two centuries in our country, during which it has undergone complex development and verified decades of proven improvement. Today we can state that until recently this system followed the traditional pattern of work with this clientele and continuously developed it so as to best accept and respond to the current problems of our youth. At present, however, due to changes in legislation, the system of this care is changing significantly. However, the complex effects of these changes are often not well thought out and taken into account.
Work with people with a dual diagnosis in the Centers for Mental Health
Filipová, Simona ; Pazlarová, Hana (advisor) ; Dvořáková, Monika (referee)
The bachelor's thesis deals with the topic of working with people with a dual diagnosis. In particular, it gives an insight into the inner workings of the Centers for Mental Health which have been officially providing an integrated model of care to people with a dual diagnosis since 2021. The theoretical part introduces the reform of psychiatric care in the Czech Republic that sparked the inception of the Centers for Mental Health as well as discusses the Centers for Mental Health themselves. Further, the thesis concentrates on the subject of the dual diagnosis, explains the models of care for people with a dual diagnosis, describes work with this target group in the Czech Republic, and focuses on the specifics of working with this group of people. The empirical part presents the attitude of social workers in the Centers for Mental Health towards working with clients with a dual diagnosis and delimits the definition of a person with a dual diagnosis in the context of the Centers for Mental Health. Additionally, it outlines the specifics of working with this target group of clients, the methods and approaches employed by the staff, and whom Centers for Mental Health collaborate with when working with people with a dual diagnosis. Keywords mental health centres, integrated treatment, psychiatric care...
Contact between a child and a father in prison.
Sochorová, Eliška ; Hejnová, Kateřina (advisor) ; Pazlarová, Hana (referee)
This bachelor's thesis deals with the topic of the contact of convicted fathers with the child during their stay in prison, and its aim is to describe the meaning and importance of fatherhood, the effect of the father's imprisonment on the child and the family, and what are the possibilities and obstacles to contact with the imprisoned father. This overview study is mainly based on foreign sources. The study is thematically divided into four main chapters. The first chapter describes the methodology of the overview study, including the sources used. The second chapter defines important terms used for the study (e.g. father, paternity, etc.) and describes the importance of the father in the child's life. The third chapter is dedicated to the imprisonment of the father, the effect of this event on the family situation and on the life of the child. The last chapter describes the importance of contact with the imprisoned father, the possibilities and obstacles that prevent contact. The goal of the work was fulfilled by processing an overview study using content analysis.
The transition of young adults from orphanage to independent living. Legislative framework of the issue
Königová, Kristýna ; Pazlarová, Hana (advisor) ; Hanuš, Daniel (referee)
This bachelor's thesis examines the transition of young people from orphanages into independent life. The work illustrates the changes these young people experience during late adolescence and the specifics of said changes, which differ from juveniles that have the luxury of growing up in families. The work shows presently practiced legislative procedures focused on the mechanics of their departure from children's homes, wherein I also added space for topics related to their subsequent social support. Similarly, there's also a description of the entities aiding in this stage of the transition. In a segment of the empirical section, with the usage of interviews, I took the liberty to propose changes to above mentioned legislation and with the aid of questionnaires I came to conclusions about their functionality and attainability.
Scout leader as a possible support for children at risk
Bigasová, Natálie ; Pazlarová, Hana (advisor) ; Matulayová, Tatiana (referee)
Natálie Bigasová Bakalářská práce 2022 Abstrakt - anglicky The topic of this bachelor's thesis is a role of a scout leader in the organization Junák - český skaut, z.s. in solving a difficult life situation of the child. Theoretical part deals with defining child endangerment, its forms, causes and manifestations. In next chapters, formal and informal sources of support for a child at risk are presented. It also focuses on a role of a scout leader in a care and education of the child, the education of leaders in this area and sources of support in solving difficult situations of the child. The practical part then focuses on specific experiences with a child at risk among leaders. Qualitative research is used with semi-structured interviews with ten respondents, scout leaders, who encountered a child in a difficult life situation during their work in the scout organization. The grounded theory method is used for data analysis. The first part presents methods used for research work; the second part already describes the results of interview data analysis. The research part focuses on areas of solved situation that influence the respondents' perceived preparation for solving this situation. They are sources of support, nature of aid, relationships and communication, effect of the situation, quality of...
Preparing adolescents in institutional care for independent living
Martincová, Ema ; Pazlarová, Hana (advisor) ; Hanuš, Daniel (referee)
(in English): The aim of this bachelor's thesis was to find out how young people who have already left institutional care evaluate the preparation of the facility for independent living after leaving. The theoretical part analyzes the system of alternative care in the Czech Republic and there are also listed individual facilities for institutional and protective education with their specifics. The next chapter also mentions the possibilities after leaving the facility and the importance of preparation for leaving the facility. At the end of the theoretical part, the output of current research findings on this issue is presented. The research part describes the research methodology in more detail and in the second part the results of my survey are already analyzed. In my research, I based on grounded theory, chose a qualitative approach using semi-structured interviews with young people who had already left the institution and had the opportunity to retrospectively assess the quality of preparation for independent living. In the research part, I examined various areas of preparation, namely: housing, employment, establishing relationships and the overall evaluation of the quality of preparation for leaving the facility. Among the key results of my research, I consider the independence of the...
Intergenerational issues in kinship foster care
Lipenská, Ilona ; Matoušek, Oldřich (advisor) ; Pazlarová, Hana (referee)
The bachelor thesis deals with the problems of kinship foster care. Kinship foster care is a form of foster care, in which a child is being raised by its relative. This form has undoubtedly many benefits, but it also brings out many difficulties. My thesis focuses on potential problems in kinship foster care. It discusses intergenerational issues in kinship foster care, where the child is being raised by his grandparents. The objective of this thesis is to determine, what are the intergenerational problems and to emphasize the differences between foster care and kinship foster care. Keywords family, substitute family care, foster care, kinship care, foster care benefits, children being raised by grandparents, intergenerational problems

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