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Obstacles within the European projects focused on introducing supervision into the institutional care facilities
Odstrčil, David ; Havrdová, Zuzana (advisor) ; Kabíček, Jakub (referee)
This diploma thesis focuses on examining the process of introduction of supervision as an effective tool for improving the work quality at the institutional care facilities. More specifically it inquires the process when the supervisor enters the working field as ,,pre- selected'' through the ,,external'' European projects. The research issues are examined from the point of view of the supervisors, at the basis of questioning their opinions and experience. This paper describes how the supervisors perceive the status quo from their own position. This survey consists of two interconnected parts. The first, theoretical part comprises the chapters describing the organisational culture, supervision, institutional facilities and the European projects. The second, empirical part defines the research issues, determines the methodology and the research structure. The research is made by the qualitative approach, when the data are collected through in-depth semi-structured interview, analysed by the method of an opened coding and the constant comparison technique. The results of the analysis consists of five following categories: entering: the supervisor enters the organisation ,,sideways''; place: the supervisor meets the organisation of ,,machine''; effects: the supervisor experiences the consequences of...
bude upřesněno
Nováková, Vendula ; Šotolová, Eva (advisor) ; Mlčková, Marie (referee)
The aim of the thesis was to have informations about a contemporary system of foster care of children, who can't live in their biological families, and find defects of the contemporary and a upcoming system. The theoretical part of the thesis was focused on a biological and foster families, the history of the institutional care and it's also about all the kinds of the foster care. The thesis gave a list of child care options, but also a historical evolution of the care and the failings of the contemporary system. There are a lot of the failings, very important is a financial deficiency, an inflexibility of the system, no good care of a biological family and a deficiency of foster parents.
State laws controling the family life? Romani children in foster homes
Chmelová, Stela ; Červenka, Jan (advisor) ; Sadílková, Helena (referee)
Gipsy children represented fifty percent of all children living in foster homes during communism in the formal Czechoslovakia. Even though this number has declined nowadays it still cannot be considered as a significant improvement in relation to the Gipsy minority. In my thesis I am trying to describe the situations in which Gipsies, who came to czech territory from Slovakia after the WW2 found themselves in. These situations and their circumstances consequently led to the growing number of Gipsy children in substitute care. However the most importatnt question is, what the future will look like. Czech Republic has passed a law which should lead to a significant improvement in the system of substitue care as a whole. But it is not clear whether the results will fulfill the big expectations.
"Prague Institutional Care of Orphans and > Abandoned Children in the First Half of the 20th Century
Fremrová, Květa ; Čechurová, Jana (advisor) ; Rákosník, Jakub (referee)
This bachelor thesis investigates care of orphans and abandoned children paying particular attention to Prague institutes for those children. Firstly, this paper describes general development of care of orphans and abandoned children, system of organization of this type of care and some subjects working in the field of care of children. The children could be provided for either in foster families or in institutes. Part of this paper describes those two possibilities and period discussion about advantages and disadvantages of both possibilities. The key topic of the thesis is organization of social care of children in the Prague area and description of selected children's homes and orphanages. The thesis also briefly describes everyday life in institutes: it characterizes inhabitants of institutes, relationship among personel and inmates and way of financing the institutes. Archive materials of particular children's homes and also period specialized literature were the basic sources for the thesis. Keywords: orphans, abandoned children, social care, Prague, children's homes
Visitors' care - advantages and disadvantages
Vávrová, Tereza ; Procházková, Jana (advisor) ; Sotáková, Hana (referee)
The baccalaureate report is focused on a new developing type of adoption and foster care - visitors' care. In theoretic part visitors' care is introduced as a one of the possibilities how to let children from children's home know family life and function of common family. In this part, there are named reasons of taking children away from their own biological family and the ways of working with those children. Visitors' care is introduced in the system adoption and foster care. Then the report treats about what conditions on an applicant of visitors' care are and what children can be included in this type of care and moreover, how should this care be realized. Because this report is concerned on possibilities of satisfying of psychological needs at visitors' care and advantages and disadvantages which visitors' care brings, one of the chapters is focused on theory of the basic psychological needs by Matějček and Langmeier. Practical part concerned on three sights on visitors' care and its evaluation including mentioned aspects. Those three sights come from interviews conducted with directors of children's homes and workers of Department of Social and Legal Protection of Children; and from questionnaires filled in by the visitors. Apart of evaluation of positives, risks and possibilities of...
The role of reading in orphanages in the Czech Republic
Chrástová, Lucie ; Vášová, Lidmila (advisor) ; Vorlíčková, Blanka (referee)
(anglicky) This master thesis deals with the role of reading in children's homes in the Czech Republic. The theoretical part shows the institutional care in the Czech Republic. The theoretical part presents the basic facts of developmental psychology and reading skills of children who are growing up in an children's home. The master thesis includes a research about the role of reading in children's homes and also a research about children's homes staff, which allows access to information for children. The methodological part contains information about selected technology for the research and infromation how was the research made. The analytical part contains the outputs of the research and its components are also meant to be used for improvements.

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