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Attitude to motherhood of university students
Marková, Dominika ; Presslerová, Pavla (advisor) ; Sotáková, Hana (referee)
This bachelor thesis entitled Attitude to Motherhood of University Students discusses the current phenomenon of motherhood from the perspective of a specific group of women. Although parenthood is still perceived to be one of the main life goals that developmental psychology is expected to achieve in young adulthood, available research studies as in today's society it is not usual to address maternity issues in relation to university students. The dilemmas associated with parenting and career planning are particularly noticeable in this group of women. Women often solve these issues by themselves so the society cannot recognize that maternity issues of university students are very current. The author of this qualitatively oriented study looks for answers to a wide range of sub-research questions. Through the deep analysis and interpretation of respondents' testimonies, the author of this thesis reveals the attitude to motherhood of university students, introducing personal factors that play an important role in making decision and planning parenting, as well as the psychosocial factors influence the university students in this crucial decision. The combined type of design was choosen as the research strategy for the purpose of this thesis. The main method of data collection is a method of...
Perception of Time in Pre-school and Primary School Children
Krulišová, Julie ; Sotáková, Hana (advisor) ; Presslerová, Pavla (referee)
In the theoretical part of this work I summarize with the theoretical background and findings on the topic of time, time perspective, perception of time, especially in pre-school children and primary school children, characteristics of these periods and characteristics of understanding of time in this age, and I discuss briefly how adults teach children hours and time. In the empirical part, I focus on my qualitative research - interviews with children aged three to ten. My aim was to get closer and understand how these children view time and different time concepts, how they can reckon time and what is their concept of youth and old age, both in general and with their loved ones.
Attachment in Facilities for children requiring immediate intervention
Myslivečková, Petra ; Sotáková, Hana (advisor) ; Presslerová, Pavla (referee)
The aim of this thesis named Attachment in Facilities for children requiring immediate intervention is to describe bonding behavior of children, who are situated in these facilities. I describe the attachment theory, but also current knowledge, manifestations of individual types of attachment and diagnostics of attachment in the theoretical part. I also characterize Facilities for children requiring immediate intervention, legislative definition of these facilities and try to describe some problems, which are caused by some current attitudes (attitudes which the system of Czech Republic isn't able to deal with). The practical part of thesis is based on the work of a particular facility. I describe cases of children by quality research and case studies in this part. The last part of this thesis submits possibilities of work with attachment disorders. Key words: attachment, bonding, Facilities for children requiring immediate intervention
Family Drawing in children with family split experience
Saksunová, Aneta ; Presslerová, Pavla (advisor) ; Kucharská, Anna (referee)
The bachelor thesis deals with the influence of family split experience on pre-school children. The aim is to find out if this influence can be recognised in the family drawing. The research is based on the theoretical part which consists of two broad areas. These areas are preschool age and family. In both of them are highlighted aspects which correlate the most with the practical part. From preschool age, it is thinking, communication, emotion, social development and drawing, which is the most important. The family area begins with the current situation which is followed by essential information about the functions and types of family. The final and the most critical part is the subchapter talking about family split experience and divorces. Research data are obtained by family drawings and by semi-structured interviews. Reason for using interview is to complete information from family drawing and to clarify the description of a child. The highlight of the practical part is the results of the research. The most striking differences were found in the following parameters: the presence of father/mother/child in the drawing, the closest person or thing to the child in the picture, distance of child from father and mother in drawing, added subjects, objects or animals in drawing and talking about...
The Road to Fatherhood
Škvařil, Václav ; Presslerová, Pavla (advisor) ; Chrz, Vladimír (referee)
This master's thesis is focused on the experiences of men with the transition to fatherhood during the pregnancy period of the partner and the first months of the child's life. The aim of the study is to explore their experience with this period and to understand how the father identity is formed in the proces of becoming a father. The theoretical part introduces the topic of generativity as a prerequisite for parenting and psychological concepts focused on the process of becoming a father. It also discusses the subject of becoming a father in terms of different time periods: preparation for parenthood, pregnancy, childbirth and the first year of the child's life. Subsequently, it is described which biological and psychological changes occur in men in the process of becoming a father, and what changes occur in a relationship with a partner. The practical part presents qualitative research of men who have recently become fathers. Semi- structured interviews were conducted to discover their experience. The research is done within the framework of the interpretative phenomenological analysis. Analysis of the interviews has shown that the topic of responsibility and commitment to the child, the formation of father identity, fatherhood and motherhood, changes in the relationship, and the management of...
Nature of attachment regarding individuals with sexual preference disorder
Golebiowská, Irena ; Křížová, Ivana (advisor) ; Presslerová, Pavla (referee)
TITLE: Attachment regarding individuals with sexual preference disorder AUTHOR: Irena Golebiowská DEPARTMENT: Psychology SUPERVISOR: PhDr. Bc. Ivana Křížová, Ph.D. Abstract This Master's thesis deals with the nature of attachment regarding individuals with sexual preference disorder. The aim is to examine in depth early and later relationship experiences of selected individuals with sexual preference disorder and to evaluate their potential significance in the context of psychosexual development and sexually delinquent behaviour of these people. The theoretical part first introduces the concept of attachment and outlines the background and the basic concepts of the attachment theory. The following part describes types of attachment and selected methods of assessing adult attachment. The next section provides a summary of key information about sexual preference disorders. Attention is paid to the classification and basic theories of origin of the sexual preference disorders. The psychosexual development of individuals with paraphilia and the specifics of the concept of sexual delinquency are also briefly described. Finally, it outlines the possible significance of the nature of emotional attachment in the context of sexual preference disorders. The empirical part of the thesis presents life stories of three...
Relations between quality of attachment and eating disorders
Houlíková, Klára ; Presslerová, Pavla (advisor) ; Křížová, Ivana (referee)
This diploma thesis focuses on the relations between attachment quality and eating disorders. The main goal is to map how girls with an eating disorder understand their illness and what the disorder signifies to them within their family system. In the theoretical part of the thesis, eating disorders are delineated. There is an emphasis on risk factors for eating disorders, and a comprehensive approach to their explanation is presented in terms of different theoretical schools. The next part is devoted to the attachment theory with an emphasis on the development from childhood to adulthood. The theoretical foundations of the Parental Bonding Instrument are presented. Furthermore, the attachment theory is linked to the occurrence of eating disorders. In the empirical part of the thesis, the methodological aspect of the research, which was carried out with three girls who have experienced eating disorders, is first introduced. The research design combines the method of semi-structured interviews with the method of using a tool measuring the quality of bonding with parents, specifically the Parental Bonding Instrument. It has been shown that the quality of the relationship with parents influences the onset, course, and duration of eating disorders in a child, adolescent, or young adult. The...
Academic trajectories of first in the family university students
Sejčková, Šárka ; Machovcová, Kateřina (advisor) ; Presslerová, Pavla (referee)
Sociologists offer a rich description of families from higher and lower social classes in their work. Some individuals, however, manage to break out of the system of social inequalities and receive an academic degree, even though their parents have a lower level of education. The aim of the thesis is to describe the specifics of such students and outline the psychological level of the given issue. Psychological oriented authors in other countries call this population first generation college students. In particular, key life moments that have influenced the individual's educational path will be examined. Another goal will be to find out how such individuals perceive themselves as a student and also find out which attributes are associated with this role. The research also focuses on the family and the wider social environment of the individual to discover whether this social environment provide some support. The thesis also contributed to explanation of motivation and integration as main factors associated with and academic success of students. The research method is semi-structured interviews and respondents were young people in Master's / engineering programs at universities. The basic condition was that they have parents without higher education. Data analysis revealed that for respondents are...

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