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Sources of social support for immigrants from Eastern European states residing in the Czech Republic
Vaishle, Ihor ; Novák, Petr (advisor) ; Drahoňovský, Jan (referee)
The work focuses on the research of sources of social support among immigrants from Eastern European states (Russia, Ukraine, Belarus) legally residing in the Czech Republic. The thesis is divided into two sections. The theoretical part contains the conceptualization and description of basic terms. Empirical contains description of the methodology as well as analysis of the obtained data. The aim of this research was to find out what are the sources of social support for immigrants from the East Slavic ethnolinguistic area. Qualitative research methodology was used to conduct the research. For data collection was chosen a semi-structured interview, which was in the immigrants' native language. The study involved 12 respondents equally divided by nationality and sex. The research showed that the emotional and informational component of social support was the most important for immigrants. The main sources of social support for immigrants include the immediate environment: partner, friends and family. Keywords: social support, immigration, migrants from Eastern European states, integration, social work, intercultural communication.
Social worker as an employee and member of a (multidisciplinary) team
Kolářová, Barbora ; Novák, Petr (advisor) ; Drahoňovský, Jan (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with a social worker as an employee and a member of a multidisciplinary team in the field of prison system. The aim of the thesis was to find out the view on the social worker from the perspective of top management of the Czech prison service. The theoretical part is divided into three major chapters that interconnect with each other. The first chapter deals with the basic definition of social work and a multidisciplinary team, but also delves into the specific area of social work with the crime perpetrators. The second chapter deals with general management, management of social work and top management, which plays a major role in the research investigation. The third chapter focuses on the area of prison system, its brief history, structure, and for the purposes of adding some interesting information to the thesis, also touches upon the life behind prison bars. The empirical part used qualitative research, specifically semi-structured interview, to fulfill the research goal. The interviews were conducted with top management of the Czech prison service. All collected data was analyzed using method, inspired by grounded theory approach. During the preparation of this thesis, I found out that the view of top management on social workers is completely positive. According to...
The influence of the Family Constellation Method on the family system
Heřmánková, Alena ; Drahoňovský, Jan (advisor) ; Cooke, Dana (referee)
Family constellations are a psychosocial method that focuses on uncovering and resolving hidden dynamics and behavior patterns in family systems, enabling clients to gain new perspectives on their problems and create new paths to solutions. This method is used to address various issues, such as family conflicts, relationship problems, depression, anxiety disorders, and others. However, despite its potential benefits, family constellations do not receive enough attention from the general public, which was one of the factors that led me to choose this topic. This bachelor's thesis examines the impact of the family constellations method on the functioning of the family system, with a main focus on the statements of active participants in this method. A qualitative research investigation was conducted in the form of a semi-structured interview, aiming to determine the subjective perceived impacts of the family constellations method on the functioning of the family system. Specifically, the study aimed to explore what this method brings to the participants in relation to their family system. The method of comparison and contrast was used for the analysis of statements. The research findings demonstrated that the family constellations method has a positive impact on the functioning of the family system....
The personal well-being at work of the probation officer
Vachoušková, Veronika ; Drahoňovský, Jan (advisor) ; Novák, Petr (referee)
The work focuses on the personal well-being, specifically in the work environment, of officials of the Probation and Mediation Service at the center in Prague. The method of solving the problem is qualitative research, for which data were collected using prearranged interviews with randomly selected officials of the center. The aim of the research was to map individual areas of personal well-being for individual respondents. The method of comparison and contrast was used in the data analysis, the data are then interpreted and made clear in the created tables. The result of the research is more frequent positive comments from the respondents on the given topics, no significant difference was detected between people with a shorter and longer tenure at the center, in some opinions, center leaders differ from their subordinates or from officials with little work experience. In addition, deviant and contrasting answers appeared in the interviews. The validity of the data was subsequently discussed in the Discussion chapter, there is a possibility of distortion of the answers due to the recent relocation of the center or due to the questions presented to the respondent in advance. The research was compared with the mentioned research from the chapter Overview of existing knowledge. For a more in-depth...
How the Covid-19 pandemic affected the living situation of seniors in a retirement home
Chaloupková, Valentina ; Krahulcová, Beáta (advisor) ; Drahoňovský, Jan (referee)
In the diploma thesis named " How the Covid-19 pandemic affected the living situation of seniors in a retirement home", first I focus on theoretical terms such as senior, ageing, old age, retirement home, the Covid-19 pandemic, but I also want to point to the topic of the vulnerability of the elderly in a retirement home and the mental health of a person in the old age with regard to the chosen topic of this diploma thesis. Part of my thesis is also qualitative research, which is an inquiry with the help of semi-structured interviews with seniors in a retirement home. With respondents, I focus on four main topics that outline the overall process of their pandemic experience. At the end of this thesis I analyzes the perception of the residence of the clients in a retirement home in Ústí nad Labem during the pandemic from their point of view and this way I bring an insight of experiencing a 2.5-year pandemic in a retirement home thanks to the experiences of individual respondents.
Social factors of desistance and effective reintegration after custodial sentence
Stloukalová, Kateřina ; Novák, Petr (advisor) ; Drahoňovský, Jan (referee)
This thesis "Social factors of desistence and effective reintegration after custodial sentence" deals with factors emanating from society and arising in the social environment of an individual who has committed criminal activity in the past and has currently renounced this life path and thus manages to avoid (further) recidivism. The aim of the thesis is to find out which of the social factors and to what extent they influenced the selected desisters. In the theoretical part of the diploma thesis, basic concepts and terms that are closely related to the given issue will be defined. Factors influencing desistance and successful reintegration after returning from prison sentence will be described. The empirical part will be based on the case studies of people who have passed the sentence and are currently more than 5 years without recidivism, some of them own companies and have completed their degrees and are "successful" in their free lives. Interviews with people close to them will also be presented. Those will reveal something about the criminal style of thinking of these persons.
Competences of Social Workers in Social Services in the Social Activation Service for Families with Children
Chrásková, Hana ; Mlejnková, Kristýna (advisor) ; Drahoňovský, Jan (referee)
7 Abstract The diploma thesis examines the topic of competences of both social workers (SW) and workers in social services (WSS) in the social activation service for families (SASFC) with children in the district of Chomutov. It aims to describe the legal competences of SASFC workers and subsequently to check the actual practice in the field of competences of SASFC workers. The theoretical part of the thesis defines social workers and workers in social services mainly according to the Act on Social Services. The second chapter then defines SASFC and further defines the concept of family from the point of view of typology and functions. The chapter also presents the possibilities of social work with the family and maps the services of the SASFC in the Chomutov district. The last chapter defines the concept of competence and lists the professional qualification prerequisites for SW and WSS based on the Social Services Act. The practical part of the thesis presents the research goal and used methodology. The methodology of respondent selection and data collection is described. The ethical principles and limitations of the investigation are mentioned. The chapter also deals with the methodology of data processing and the subsequent analysis of interviews with a final discussion. The research investigation is...

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