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Accompanying Adolescent Who Go Through An Existential Crisis After Experiencing The Death Of A Loved One
Jiráková, Jana ; Beneš, Ladislav (advisor) ; Matochová, Alžběta (referee)
This thesis is focused on the topic of accompanying adolescents who go through an existential crisis after experiencing the death of a loved one. The goal of this work is to gain deeper insight into the problematics of accompanying of the mourning adolescents. The first part of the thesis is focused on the relationship of mankind and death throughout history and on the current ways of dealing with death and deceased people in our society, including the role of funeral rituals. The thesis also describes the developmental period of adolescence and the relationship of adolescents to death. The next part deals with the process of mourning, its stages, complications and, above all, the specific needs and manifestations of adolescents. The final part of the thesis is focused on the process of accompanying, its types, methods, possible problems, accompanying persons and characteristics of the existential crisis.
Resilience of secondary school students
Morar, Mykyta ; Janošová, Pavlína (advisor) ; Syslová, Hana (referee)
The presented work deals in the theoretical part with the definition of resilience (psychological resistance), different concepts of resilience with an emphasis on social resources, adolescents and their resilience. A validated CYRM questionnaire and open-ended questions were used in the research investigation. The empirical part is focused on verifying two main hypotheses and answering three open questions. In the quantitative part, the first hypothesis is: Women acquire more social resources than men. For the second hypothesis, it was verified whether first-year students acquire more social resources for resilience. In the qualitative study, it was determined what strategies adolescents prefer when dealing with stressful situations, what are their main causes of stress and who they turn to for help if they are in a stressful situation. Key words: Resilience, psychological resistance, social resources, stressful situations, adolescence, CYRM questionnaire.
Opportunities to support parental competences for underaged mothers
Jechová, Štěpánka ; Ondrušová, Jiřina (advisor) ; Drahoňovský, Jan (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with the possibilities of supporting parental competences for underage mothers. It introduces the period of adolescence in girls, the issues of early pregnancy and early motherhood, and together with the practical part, it deals with the importance of parental competences and their strengthening in the context of social work. The aim of the final thesis is to describe the difficult situation of girls who became mothers at a minor age, and further to find out and describe whether, to what extent and in what way the parental competences of minor mothers were or are being supported in the home environment. To achieve the results, a qualitative research strategy was chosen using a semi- structured interview that was conducted with five minor mothers. The conducted investigation points out that the interviewed girls who decided to raise their child at home were not offered or provided any support for parental competences by experts. Due to the seriousness and complexity of the situation of early motherhood, the results of the survey should lead to some reflection on the involvement of helping professions and to further research and finding out how to make the difficult life situation easier for underage mothers.
Creation of an adaptation course programme for the Medical Lyceum
Koubek, Vít ; Bačáková, Radka (advisor) ; Psohlavec, Lukáš (referee)
Title: Creation of an adaptation course programme for the Medical Lyceum Aims: The aim of our work is to prepare an adaptation course program based on the literature search of the theoretical part and practical experience of instructors according to the specifics of the class. To get feedback from students on this program and evaluate its success. Methods: Based on the theoretical findings of the research we developed a programme of an adaptation course. The results of the course work and we evaluated the results by means of a questionnaire filled in by the students of the health lyceum (participants of the course). Results: The result is an adaptation course program that uses the knowledge gained and programs from the instructors' practice. The work can be used as a guide on how to create an adaptation course for the adolescent age group. We received mostly positive feedback on the program from student evaluations. Conclusions: According to the theoretical part, we prepared and subsequently implemented the adaptation course. Based on the evaluation of the sub-objectives regarding the pupils' CP on the programmes, we fulfilled them and concluded that we would modify or change two programmes of the implemented course completely. Keywords: Dramaturgy, reflection, goals, adolescence, adaptation,...
The influence of social networks on the idea of ​​a healthy lifestyle among young girls
Soukupová, Michaela ; Majorová, Simona (advisor) ; Mahrová, Andrea (referee)
Author: Bc. Michaela Soukupová Title: The influence of social networks on the idea of a healthy lifestyle among young girls Objectives: The main goal of the thesis is to find out and then describe how social networks influence young girls in selected factors of a healthy lifestyle. The secondary goal of the thesis is to find out what is the positive and negative influence of social networks on selected lifestyle factors among young girls. Methods: A quantitative research method (internet questionnaire) was chosen for the thesis due to a broader focus and the need for more respondents, combined with a qualitative method (semi-structured interview). 50 female respondents aged 15-18 took part in the internet questionnaire, a 17-year-old minor and an 18-year-old adult took part in the semi-structured interview. The survey was created in the Survio program and placed on the social networks Instagram and Facebook. The interview took place online via the Skype platform. Results: 50 respondents aged 15-18 participated in the questionnaire and 2 girls aged 17 and 18 were involved in the semi-structured interview. The results of the thesis showed that teenage girls mainly represent healthy eating and exercise under the concept of healthy lifestyles, which was also an area we investigated further. We found...
Eating disorders in pediatric patiens with type 1 diabetes mellitus
Jodasová, Daniela ; Floriánková, Marcela (advisor) ; Kosheleva, Svetlana (referee)
English abstract: Aim: The primary objective of my bachelor thesis was to find out, what proportion of pediatric patients with type 1 diabetes have an increased risk of developing an eating disorder according to a standardized specialized questionnaire. Another aim of the work was to compare, whether the scores of these patients in the SCOFF questionnaire differ significantly, compared to their peers without diabetes. The secondary objectives were to determine, whether anthropometric data of patients and children from the control group correlated with the level of risk of eating disorder according to questionnaires and whether there is a correlation between the rate of diabetes control (expressed by glycated hemoglobin level and % glycaemia in the recommended range) and the results of the questionnaire survey in patients with diabetes. Methods: The data were obtained in a questionnaire survey in the diabetes outpatient department of Mrs. Jitka Kytnarová, MD, Ph.D. at the General University Hospital in Prague and in the diabetes outpatient department of Mrs. Magdalena Kubíková, MD at the Regional Hospital in Liberec. The questionnaire survey involved 36 patients with type 1 diabetes mellitus (DM1). The control group, which was paired by age and gender, also included 36 children and adolescents. Data...
Adolescents´ motivation for sport
The diploma thesis deals with motivation of adolescents in sport. The main aim of the thesis is to find out the reasons why active adolescent members leave the cheerleading club. Another goal of the thesis is to create a model of the situation in which athletes begin to think about leaving. The theoretical part introduces adolescence, motivation and cheerleading. The practical part contains qualitative research, where the adolescents´ reasons to leave competitive cheerleading are identified and where a model of decision-making is created. A total of seven athletes who left the cheerleading club as adolescents participated in the research.
Diet impact on dental caries in adolescents
Lill, Adam ; Rambousková, Jolana (advisor) ; Křížová, Petra (referee)
The topic of the bachelor thesis is the diet impact on dental caries in adolescents. Nutrition and its components contribute significantly to the development of carious lesions and overall oral health. The study was conducted in a dental office in Planá u Mariánských Lázní with the help of a dentist and dental hygienists. The age range of 10-19 years, which meets the WHO definition of adolescence, was a condition for inclusion. The study was conducted by questionnaire survey, and a total of 52 patients (24 boys and 28 girls) participated. Patient's attitudes, nutritional knowledge, dietary habits and number of new cavities since the previous visit were collected. The data obtained were statistically evaluated by Chi-square test and Fisher's exact test for four-field tables. Statistical significance was determined as p ≤ 0,05 (5 %). Dental caries at dental check-up was 46 %, at the previous dental check-up was 52 %, 77 % of the patients performed oral hygiene twice a day, 54 % consumed sweetened beverages most often, 23 % consumed sweet foods once a day. The oral hygiene status of each respondent was assessed and only 8 % of respondents had excellent oral hygiene status. Statistical significance was not demonstrated in the groups with and without dental caries in relation to consumption of sugary...
The relationship of emotional attachment in adolescence to the development of problematic use of social networks: a questionnaire survey
Chalupová, Alexandra ; Vondráčková, Petra (advisor) ; Vacek, Jaroslav (referee)
Background: Addictive and excessive use of the Internet and social networks are viewed as increasingly relevant topics and are widely discussed in professional and non-professional society. Research shows that these problematic forms of social network use are most prevalent among younger individuals, especially adolescents and young adults. Emotional attachment theory is one of the many important theories of addiction science that offers an explanation for the development of addictive forms of behaviour. Aim: The aim of this thesis is to describe the relationship of emotional attachment in adolescence to the onset of social network use and the development of its problematic use. Methods: A cross-sectional online questionnaire survey was conducted. The questionnaire consisted of two original sections of questions and the BFAS and ECR-RS questionnaire. Respondents were selected using a combination of self-selection and the Snowball method. The questionnaire's criteria for the respondents were age 18-26 years and having at least 1 established account on any social network. The data were assessed using descriptive statistics and the statistical significance was verified by chi-square test. Results: A total of 310 people participated in the research, of whom 44 people (14.2%) used social networks...

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