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Teachers of sexual education and their level of comfort when teaching individual topics
Kubice, Martin ; Thorovská, Alena (advisor) ; Zvírotský, Michal (referee)
TOPIC: Teachers of Sexual Education and Their Level of Comfort when Teaching Individual Topics AUTHOR: Martin Kubice DEPARTMENT: Katedra pedagogiky, Pedagogická fakulta Univerzity Karlovy THESIS MENTOR: PhDr. Alena Thorovská ABSTRACT: This bachelor's thesis deals with the level of comfort experienced by sexual education teachers when discussing various topics. The theoretical part of the thesis defines sexual education and its approaches within the Czech Republic. The approach in the Czech Republic is further examined in comparison to the approach to sex education in the United States and Sweden. The thesis also explores the topics of taboo and intimacy, which are essential for understanding the risks and successes of sex education in today's society. In the final stage of the theoretical part, sex education is divided into twelve topics. Each topic includes the expected content in teaching and its integration into the curriculum. The practical part of the thesis involves a questionnaire survey to determine the level of comfort among teachers specifically regarding these twelve topics in sex education. Additionally, various other variables that may influence teacher comfort are examined, including the school's location, gender, and materials used in teaching. The main objective of the thesis was to...
How the teaching profession affects the compenstaion of type I diabetics
Radechovská, Nikola ; Thorovská, Alena (advisor) ; Zvírotský, Michal (referee)
The diploma thesis of the topic of How the teaching profession affects the compensation of type I. diabetics consists of two parts. And that for the theoretical and practical part. Within the framework of the theoretical work, the content is focused not only on the characteristics of what diabetes mellitus actually is as such, but primarily deals with diabetes mellitus type I. in relation to the topic of the diploma thesis. There are selected topics such as diabetes treatment options, new developments in closed-loop therapy, but also acute and chronic complications, diabetes distress and diabetes depression. There are also topics related to the teaching profession, such as the characteristics of teacher within teaching as a profession, who can teach, but also gender representation in education and teacher burnout sydrome. As part of the practical part a questionnaire survey was asked, which was focused on the effect on the overal compensation of type i. diabetic who works as a teacher. According to the results of the questionnaire survey, in which 33 respondents took part, it cannot be said that teaching profession have an effect on the compensation. Only 3 respondents, 9,1 % reported that their total type I. diabetes compensation worsened after starting work as a teacher. Interesting results were...
Cyberbullying awareness in adolescence
Rubličová, Jana ; Kollerová, Lenka (advisor) ; Zvírotský, Michal (referee)
This thesis examines awareness of cyberbullying in adolescent children. The thesis is divided into two parts, theoretical and practical. In part one, the reader is introduced to the basic concepts related to bullying and cyberbullying, including the types, forms and platforms on which cyberbullying can take place. It then describes who is involved in the whole process of cyberbullying and also outlines the legislative provisions. The paper also focuses on prevention and sources of help for victims of cyberbullying. Adolescents' attitudes towards cyberbullying, their awareness of cyberbullying and their level of condemnation of cyberbullying are described. In the second, practical part, the level of awareness of adolescents was investigated by means of a quantitative questionnaire survey in three main areas: the adolescents' knowledge of basic concepts, their knowledge of cyberbullying prevention and their level of cyberbullying condemnation. A total of 116 questionnaires were used for the subsequent evaluation, where the average age of the respondents was 13.1 years. The results showed that the most familiar form of cyberbullying for students is cyberstalking and that they get most of their information about cyberbullying from school. However, there is a need to inform students more about topics...
Human papillomavirus - prevention of cervical cancer and awareness of high school students about HPV viruses and their prevention
Dinga, Jana ; Thorovská, Alena (advisor) ; Zvírotský, Michal (referee)
This bachelor thesis is mainly focused on human papillomaviruses (HPV viruses), cervical cancer and primary prevention against HPV viruses. In the theoretical part, basic information about these viruses is described - from their history, epidemiology, risk factors that support the spread of viruses, to the ways of transmission of HPV infection and the division of HPV viruses according to their level of danger. The work also describes selected diseases caused by HPV viruses. Specifically, the work describes "less serious" genital warts (their epidemiology and incidence, mode of transmission and the way to treat or prevent this disease). A significant part of the work is devoted to cervical cancer as a disease caused by high-risk types of HPV viruses. The course of the disease and its individual phases are described in the thesis - from precancerous stages of cervical cancer to cervical cancer itself. A significant part of the work is devoted to the epidemiology of this disease and especially the possibilities of prevention against it (primary prevention, secondary prevention, etc.). In the research part, using the quantitative research method, I devised a questionnaire that was intended for high school students from the first to the fourth grade. Using the analysis of the results of the...
Sleep and the consequences of its lack on university students
Soukupová, Barbora ; Thorovská, Alena (advisor) ; Zvírotský, Michal (referee)
This bachelor's thesis is called Sleep and the consequences of its lack on university students. The work is divided into two parts. In the theoretical part are mentioned general characteristics of sleep, history, circadian rhythms, phases and meaning of sleep. Furthermore, attention is also paid to selected sleep disorders, possible causes, and finally the consequences that can occur during sleep deprivation. The practical part is carried out with the help of semi-structured interviews with respondents, followed by an analysis of the interviews, a comparison of individual data and a discussion in which the answers to the research questions are summarized and the results compared with the professional literature. The main goal was to find out the consequences of lack of sleep on university students, when it was found that the most common problems are with attention, memory and mood changes, as well as greater susceptibility to diseases. A partial goal investigated the possible causes that contribute to impaired sleep on university students. The research showed that the most common causes were stress and caffeine. Another partial goal was to find out how the quality of sleep subjectively changes in university students during the exam period. The results pointed to a reduction in sleep time, worsening...

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