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Critical analysis of attitudes of the professional public to Montessori approach in social work with children
Richterová, Daniela ; Novák, Petr (advisor) ; Nová, Monika (referee)
The aim of this diploma thesis is to find out the attitudes of social workers who work with children as a target group towards the Montessori approach. This thesis deals with what social workers think about this specific approach, what they think about it and where they see the space for its use in their professional practice. In the theoretical basis of the work, 3 basic topics are presented: social work, Montessori approach and attitudes. The part on social work deals with defining social work and the profession of a social worker, including the legislative framework, it also deals with the specification of social work with children and the introduction of institutions where it is possible to work with children within this profession (e.g. Authority for the social and legal protection of children, low-threshold facilities for children and youth, children's crisis centres, etc.). The section on Montessori is devoted to this method and the basic pillars on which it stands. A sub-chapter is also dedicated to the founder Maria Montessori and the origin of the method itself. The last theoretical area describes attitudes, their classification and answers the questions of how attitudes are formed, what they are good for, what leads to their change and how they can be measured. Research is processed in...
Protagonist in Gabriele D'Annunzio's Rose Trilogy
Richterová, Daniela ; Flemrová, Alice (advisor) ; Čaplyginová, Olga (referee)
In this thesis we will focus on D'Annunzio's Novels of the rose cycle, on the character analysis of its protagonists in the light of the specific social-historical interpretation of fin-de- siècle period. After a short introduction dedicated to life and work of the author, we will analyse the three novels with the aid of the works of literary criticism in a way that the major themes and specific characteristics of the novels emerge in their comparative interpretation based on the perspective of significance of the author's work in italian and european literature at that time. In conclusion we will consider the possibility of alternative solutions to decadence for D'Annunzio's protagonists which will bring our discussion into philosophical debate about crisis of misguided european rationalism, the crisis related to the problem of dissolution of subject of identity.
Gadda's Crime Novels in the Context of the Contemporary Debate on Subject and Intersubjectivity
Richterová, Daniela ; Flemrová, Alice (advisor) ; Pelán, Jiří (referee)
(in English): The main aim of this thesis is to focuse on the two of C. E. Gadda's most famous novels in their comparative interpretations based on the perspective of the debate on subject and intersubjectivity by philosophers E. Husserl, M. Heidegger and L. Wittgenstein. After a short intoduction dedicated to life and work of the author, we analyse both novels in which we witness the shift of attention from the problem of the subject to the problem of the intersubjectivity seen as socially anchored truth that gives rise to antidetective novel. In conclusion we emphasise once again the epistemological level of meaning in Gadda's novels - their insights into the essence of truth and the character of human knowledge in general which emerge especially with the crime fiction against the background of questions regarding conscience and justice.
Motivation of volunteers to RunCzech races
RICHTEROVÁ, Daniela
Bachelor's thesis is focused on motivation of volunteer to volunteer activities at races organized by RunCzech. I defined the concept of volunteering and volunteer, a history of volunteering in the wolrd and in the Czech republic, kind of volunteering and kind of motivation to volunteer in theoretical part The pratical part describes the research that is focused on motivation of volunteers, who spend their free time to organization and prepearing for race. The aim was to analyze what kinds of motives volunteers have and why they working like volunteers during RunCzech races.
Protagonist in Gabriele D'Annunzio's Rose Trilogy
Richterová, Daniela ; Flemrová, Alice (advisor) ; Čaplyginová, Olga (referee)
In this thesis we will focus on D'Annunzio's Novels of the rose cycle, on the character analysis of its protagonists in the light of the specific social-historical interpretation of fin-de- siècle period. After a short introduction dedicated to life and work of the author, we will analyse the three novels with the aid of the works of literary criticism in a way that the major themes and specific characteristics of the novels emerge in their comparative interpretation based on the perspective of significance of the author's work in italian and european literature at that time. In conclusion we will consider the possibility of alternative solutions to decadence for D'Annunzio's protagonists which will bring our discussion into philosophical debate about crisis of misguided european rationalism, the crisis related to the problem of dissolution of subject of identity.
Online fundraising and microfinance in the context of social networks and Web 2.0
Richterová, Daniela ; Kera, Denisa (advisor) ; Očko, Petr (referee)
Identifikační záznam Richterová, Daniela. On line fundraising a mikrofinancování v sociální síti a na Webu 2.0 [Online fundraising and microfinace in the context of social networks and Web 2.0]. Praha, 2011. 102 s. Diplomová práce. Univerzita Karlova v Praze, Filozofická fakulta, Ústav informačních studií a knihovnictví 2011. Vedoucí diplomové práce Mgr. Denisa Kera, Ph.D. Abstract The main focus of this thesis is to characterize online fundraising and microfinance tools in the context of Web 2.0 and social media. The main goal is to analyze and assess the existing philanthropic portals in the Czech Republic and abroad. The thesis includes a theoretical explanation of terminology, principles and technologies of Web 2.0 and social media platforms and their connection to online philanthropy. New phenomena such as crowdfunding, P2P lending and crowdsourcing are clarified. The analytical part focuses on the evaluation of fundraising portals Network for Good and GlobalGiving and microfinace portals Kiva and LoanBack. Czech philanthropic online projects are represented by Šance pro draha, myELEN, Daruj správně and Skutečný dárek. Particular emphasis is given to monitoring and evaluating the extent of Web 2.0 principles and technologies integration. The conclusions contain suggestions for implementing the findings...

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2 Richterová, Dana
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4 Richterová, Dominika
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