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Good Death and Euthanasia from Antiquity to 30th of 20th century
The thesis provides a comprehensive view of the "good death" and euthanasia from antiquity to the 1930s. It describes the attitudes of physicians and other scholars in different historical periods. The research is based on published sources and literature. The author examines the phenomenon in general, compares published sources and makes a comparison of the phenomenon from a historical perspective. The first part describes basic terminology related to the topic. Death and dying are viewed from the historical and ethical points of view. The second part describes the individual historical periods from antiquity to the 1930s in terms of social and cultural changes. The emphasis is placed on the opinions of philosophers, scholars and doctors about good death and euthanasia. The general view on death and euthanasia is even better illustrated by the medical care of a given period, the development of medical science and medicine. The thesis presents a theoretical base from which information for practical research of the phenomenon of death can be drawn. The examined phenomenon could be equally important and challenging for the present.
Study of spatial activity of small mammals inhabit isolated forest draws in agricultural landscape with a focus on the use of surrounding food sources.
Habitat fragmentation during 50s of 20th century caused decrease in food resource availibility for many small mammalian forest species. Despite all of the changes, those species managed to adapt to it - one of the adaptation mechanics has been migrating into agricultural areas. The main aim of this study was to describe the spatial activity of Apodemus sylvaticus and Myodes glaerolus inside two forst patches and compare it. My next aim was evaluate the significance of agricultural areas nearby the researched forest patches. One part of this was even the comparison of different marking techniques used for rodents in field. Data describing movement activity of researched species were collected using capture-mark-recapture (CMR) As expected the data differ - Greater mobility was found in A. sylvaticus, the M. glaerolus preffered to stay inside patches with larger vegetation cover. The raids into surrounding patches differed even in those two researched forest sites. In site "Samota" A. sylvaticus showed greater movement distance, however in "Hejtman" it were M. glaerolus expressing greater movement ability. Theirs movement were directed inside clover field. Both species of Samota site ventured into patches with dense plant cover, perhaps to minimise the risk of predation. The best method of marking proved to be the clipping the rodents ears with tags. As the next more efficient I would choose the ear-clipping.
Zootherapy for Pupils with Special Education Needs in District Tábor
Zootherapy, as a relatively new method, is categorized within a comprehensive rehabilitation and in special schools. Here is used not only as suitable relaxation and diversification of lessons, but also in targeted work with children ? development of physical, mental, emotional and social skills. The animal is not the only mediator, but a welcome friend, to which many children with disabilities have closer relationship than to other people. Dogs are loyal friends, without any conditions, they are willing to snuggle and play, offering a plentiful amount of initiative, the child is not bored with them and he /she learns new skills naturally. Horse riding gives to children a sense of uniqueness, joy, freedom, it increases their self-image and it develops child´s motor activity. And even small animals (hamsters, quinea pigs, turtles, budgies etc.) are able to awaken happiness, interest and through love to an animal it is only a step to love other people.

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