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Joseph Brodsky and the Czech Republic
Stashevska, Kateryna ; Hlaváček, Antonín (advisor) ; Hříbková, Lenka (referee)
The thesis follows the emergence of Joseph Brodsky`s work in the Czech Republic, it comments on the very first publications. The author enumerates and describes all of the Czech translations: poetic and prosaic (essays, dramas and dialogues) . Present work proposes very detailed analysis of translated poetry (translations were made by different authors from 1960`s till nowadays), characterizes stylistic approaches, methods of translation and provides comparison. The author gives information about Saint-Petersburg`s meetings of Joseph Brodsky and Václav Daněk - Czech poet and his further translator. On the basis of interviews, dialogues and memoires of the contemporaries the work illustrates poet`s attitude to famous people of Czech culture; it also mentions poetic translations of Joseph Brodsky made from Czech language. The work demonstrates Brodsky`s opinion on the creation of good translation. Also the author presents a number of Czech articles devoted to Josepf Brodsky and his work.
Cognitive processing of a child with autism
Čížková, Kristýna ; Sotáková, Hana (advisor) ; Hříbková, Lenka (referee)
The aim of this work is to describe cognitive processing of a child with autistic spectrum disorder, to pause on its mechanisms and causes. The first part of the work presents a theoretical background for following interpretation of the data acquired in the research. Firstly it briefly defines autistic spectrum disorders, cognitive functioning of individuals with the disorder and above all two main psychological theories of autism: Theory of Mind (S. B. Cohen) and Weak Central Coherence Theory (U. Frith). The second part of the work recounts a process of the research. Its focus lies in a long-lasting work with a girl with autistic spectrum disorder and a girl from intact population. The both girls went through standard theory of mind tests, reading exams aimed at apprehension and mathematic written exercises. Research data come mainly from following interviews with the girls and observation of their procedure of thinking. Gained data were confronted with the mentioned psychological theories of autism. Final analysis shows typical characteristics of cognitive processing of the particular child with autism: detail focusing, physical thinking and perseverance.
Dynamic approach to Educational and Psychological assessment and Intervation in Kindergarten.
Krejčová, Kristýna ; Šírová, Eva (advisor) ; Kucharská, Anna (referee) ; Hříbková, Lenka (referee)
Dynamic assessment constitutes an alternative diagnostic approach, focused on revelation of the tested person's learning potential, which is reached and observed via the emphasis on the process of the achievement. It aims at meaningful connection with the intervention that immediately makes use of diagnostic findings to support the development of an individual's abilities. This work summarizes essential information about the mentioned diagnostic trend - its characteristic, a definition compared to conventional ways of testing and historical development. It investigates some possibilities of its utilization, especially in the area of preschool diagnostic and education, and creates a basis for an instrument of the effective prevention of educational and behavioural difficulties during the first years of the school attendance.
Enter a Gifted Child to School
Votrubová, Alena ; Hříbková, Lenka (advisor) ; Trpišovská, Dobromila (referee)
This bachelor thesis presents a case study of a gifted child under six years old entering a school. The aim is to identify the positive and negative aspects of a child's adaptation to school. My project focuses on the following research questions: 1. How a child under six years old adapts to a social group in the first class? 2. How does a child under six years old manage the demands of learning in the first class? To this purpose, I record the personality traits and social manifestations of the gifted child and relate them to the school teaching. Furthermore, I monitor the child's adaptation to the new environment, school work, teacher and peers. In the given case study, I observed the child in the classroom during the period September to December 2011 (in total 30 teaching hours) and conducted interviews with the classroom teacher, gifted child, and his parents. The data were processed qualitatively using grounded theory approach. The obtained findings were further analysed and confronted with the scientific literature. Data analysis showed that the observed child managed the learning requirements well and that his case resulted in successful premature training. The research also showed that the gifted child under six years old adapts well to the first grade social group, despite some minor...
Influence of spirituality over death attitudes
Pavelková, Monika ; Soukupová, Tereza (advisor) ; Hříbková, Lenka (referee)
Bc. Monika Pavelková ABSTRACT The aim of the paper is to study closely the influence of spirituality on attitude towards death among people who find themselves in a situation of proximity to death. Due to the fact that spirituality proves to be a significant factor influencing the process of accepting death, increasing attention is paid nowadays to the spiritual component of personality and to saturation of its spiritual needs. Spirituality is understood in a broader sense as relation towards sanctity of either a religious or an irreligious person. Another aspect is the means by which the person comes to terms with own spirituality, whether it is intrinsic and becomes the goal of the person's life-long endeavour, or it can be described as extrinsic because it does not permeate his or her everyday reality. Spiritual orientation of a person is projected into his or her values and goals, it determines the way towards the meaning of life, which exceeds the person proper. V. E. Frankl speaks about reaching the meaning of life through self- transcendence by way of realization of values of creation, experiences and attitudes. A pronounced element of spirituality and attitude towards death is the belief in life after death, be it literal or symbolic, with reference to Terror Management Theory or Meaning Management...
Psychological Aspects of Assisted Reproduction
Karel, David ; Šulová, Lenka (advisor) ; Štětovská, Iva (referee) ; Hříbková, Lenka (referee)
This dissertation work aims to contribute to the understanding and explanation of individual psychological experience during the process of assisted reproduction. The research objective is to understand and describe infertile individual's experience during the process of assisted reproduction techniques treatment. The aim of the project is to immerse into the experience of infertile individuals and try to understand what the individual ascribes to himself, his infertility, reproductive medicine and how the individual perceives reality. The work helps to understand the experience of individual's perception of himself, his partner and his surroundings, in relation to his infertility and assisted reproduction techniques and what feelings and emotions he experiences. The dissertation project is answering four research questions: How do the participants feel about their child? How do the participants experience the process of assisted reproduction techniques? How do participants experience the emotions in the context of assisted reproduction? How do participants think about their partners and the social environments in the context of conception and ART? The nature of the adopted epistemological anthropomorphic attitude and theoretical models of the interaction symbolism and social constructivism, a...
School-age children - argumentation in their moral judgment
Kukal, Jiří ; Klusák, Miroslav (advisor) ; Hříbková, Lenka (referee)
The thesis is based upon the theoretical foundations of the Swiss psychologist Jean Piaget. The theoretical part thoroughly introduces Piaget's theories in relation to the works of his follower Lawrence Kohlbeg and later critics. The theme of the thesis is a research of the moral judgment of school-age children, specifically, in relation to Piaget, mapping the transition from the argumentation of responsibilities of objective consequences to the argumentation of responsibilities of subjective intentions. A set of six pairs of moral stories has been used as the means of the research. The stories were told to 53 children and short interviews followed. A part of the stories came from Piaget, the other part consisted of newly-constructed stories featuring a very substantial material loss. The main object of the research was the possible coordination of viewpoints of objective and subjective responsibility in relation to the extreme material loss contained within the stories. The research also focused on the different ratios of answers based on objective and subjective responsibility in connection with the age of the child. Key words: moral development, justice, moral judgment
Under six years old childrens admission to primary school
Musilová, Monika ; Hříbková, Lenka (advisor) ; Kucharská, Anna (referee)
Vstup nešestiletých dětí do ZŠ 1 Monika Musilová Abstract The aim of the theoretical part is to find out, how the literature deals with the fact of under six years old children entering school. The literature findings are confronted with the empirical dates, which were obtained from interviews with children, parents and teachers having experience with the early school entering. Interviews were made with two families. We found that in both cases, the main reason for the early entry was the interest of children in reading. Parents were also worried that the chidren would be bored at school.. The interviews also showed that this choice is strictly individual and requires a comprehensive assessment of many aspects.
Origins of musical intelligence: development of musical abalities in preschool age
Sedláčková, Alžběta ; Hříbková, Lenka (advisor) ; Trpišovská, Dobromila (referee)
This bachelor thesis is focused on musical abilities of preschool children. Within this thesis a cross section examination in kindergarten was realized, where the progress in developement of musical abilities of preschool children was examined, as well as differences between girls and boys in this area. Also the connections between musical environment at children's family and their musical abilities were examined. The bachelor thesis is divided into two parts: the theoretical part and the empirical part. The theoretical part discourses about musical abilities, which were examined in investigation, and about developement of musical abilities with special emphasis on preschool age. The empirical part focuses at first on description of the research that was carried out (for example: description of the method for examining musical abilities, characterization of the participants). Acquired data are then presented and finally the data are analyzed. Means of the children's scores in the test of music abilities are compared according to various conditions (according age, gender and musical environment in the family). The scores are also compared with the statistic methods.

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