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The Garden as an Ecosystem: Gardens ecosystem services in Aš area by Gen X and Y gardeners perspectives
Hronová, Magdalena ; Rynda, Ivan (advisor) ; Skripnik, Ondřej (referee)
This thesis presents the view of two generations of gardeners in Aš region. In the theoretical part it deals with ecosystem services and their dual valuation. It also focuses on gardens and their development in history. It moreover describes gardens as an ecosystem and summarizes the ways in which the stability of this garden ecosystem can be promoted or reduced. It also looks at descriptions of Generation X and Y and their differences. The practical part of the thesis presents the main methods of the research, which is based on a qualitative method and data collection through semi-structured interviews and data analysis through framework analysis. In the empirical part, the interpretations of the statements of gardeners of two generations are presented in relation to the theoretical basis and compared. The results of the research describe which ecosystem services gardens provide to gardeners in the Aš region and the differences between the generations studied. Key words: gardening, gardens, Generation X, Generation Y, ecosystem services
Community Gardens - The meeting-point of environmental care and social work
Hronová, Magdalena ; Pařízek, Michal (advisor) ; Vorlová, Marie (referee)
The bachelor's degree dissertation elaborates on community gardening as a tool contributing to both social work and environmental care. In the first, theoretical, part of the dissertation authoress describes the key terminology that is used, the goals of social work and environmental care, the history of community gardening and its description. The authoress also highlights the possibility of using garden therapy within the areas of community gardens and emphasizes social and environmental impact of community gardening. In the second, practical, part of this dissertation authoress presents profiles of three community gardens based on interviews with its workers. In the last part of the paper the authoress summarises her conclusion: community gardening is an effective tool that allows positively affects the society, to make efficient local community and to contribute to better environment not only locally but globally. Powered by TCPDF (

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