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The meaning of hope in nursing practice
Veselá, Marcela ; Mareš, Jiří (advisor) ; Švarcová, Eva (referee) ; Kutnohorská, Jana (referee)
The aim of my thesis was to describe how love and hope phenomenon relates to nursing care in general. Therefore, in empirical part of my work I focused on a survey conducted among students and practising nurses. Comparing these two target groups, I discovered great differences in views. Students are more oriented on a patients' requirement for love because they are not drudged by day-to-day problems encountered in nursing care. This gives them greater capacity to understand. Having said that, I must stress that many nurses treat their patients with love and understanding of patients' hope. One of the purposes of this work has been to provoke survey participants to think about this problem. The responses I obtained were eloquent, which suggests a successful accomplishment of my thesis.
The meaning of hope in nursing practice
Veselá, Marcela ; Mareš, Jiří (advisor) ; Švarcová, Eva (referee) ; Kutnohorská, Jana (referee)
The aim of my thesis was to describe how love and hope phenomenon relates to nursing care in general. Therefore, in empirical part of my work I focused on a survey conducted among students and practising nurses. Comparing these two target groups, I discovered great differences in views. Students are more oriented on a patients' requirement for love because they are not drudged by day-to-day problems encountered in nursing care. This gives them greater capacity to understand. Having said that, I must stress that many nurses treat their patients with love and understanding of patients' hope. One of the purposes of this work has been to provoke survey participants to think about this problem. The responses I obtained were eloquent, which suggests a successful accomplishment of my thesis.
The images of the father in correspondence of Franz Kafka
VESELÁ, Marcela
The main aim of the thesis is to acquaint with Franz Kafka as a writer of many letters, in which he reflected his thoughts about his father, Hermann Kafka. The general introduction is oriented towards the examination of the father?s character in a classical expressionism style. The second part is devoted to the elaboration on the relationship between father and son seen within the pieces of Franz Kafka. This is followed by the analysis of the correspondence between Franz Kafka, Felicia Bauer and Milena Jesenská. Kafka had a private relation to both women, and therefore we can look for the notes about his father in the correspondence. The final parts are dedicated to the equally important letters to Kafka?s parents and his sister Ottla. Within these letters, we can compare the author?s correspondence in general and the effigy of the father in the particular letters.

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20 VESELÁ, Markéta
2 VESELÁ, Marta
21 VESELÁ, Martina
28 VESELÁ, Michaela
2 VESELÁ, Miluše
18 VESELÁ, Monika
2 Veselá, Magdalena
3 Veselá, Marcela
12 Veselá, Marie
1 Veselá, Marika
20 Veselá, Markéta
2 Veselá, Marta
21 Veselá, Martina
28 Veselá, Michaela
1 Veselá, Milada
3 Veselá, Miroslava
2 Veselá, Miroslava,
18 Veselá, Monika
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