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Aggressive Behaviour in Families Focused on Work with Children Exposed to Domestic Violence
Jirásková, Veronika ; Niederlová, Markéta (advisor) ; Mertin, Václav (referee)
This bachelor thesis introduces term "aggression", "aggressiveness" and their mutual relation. At the same time it mentions basic theories of development of aggression and describes connection of aggression with violence. Next it concentrates on aggressive behaviour in families, when it focuses on phenomena of domestic violence. The thesis further pursues children who have been exposed to that violence and concentrates on its impacts within particular fields of children's lives. It introduces as well possibilities of work with these children, when it mentions therapy methods, realized programmes and organizations, which are concerned with this issue. Research part is based on research project, whose aim is to examine work with a projective method sandtray at children exposed to domestic violence by making case studies of these children on basis of used method sandtray together with interviews with a mother and a teacher of the child. Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)
The aggression and the development of children's groups
Doležalová, Barbora ; Horáková Hoskovcová, Simona (advisor) ; Morávková Krejčová, Lenka (referee)
This paper discusses the aggressive behavior in connection with children's groups. The first part is a literature survey, involving various factors relating to theories, types and causes of aggression. Further, it focuses on the development and dynamics of groups aimed at school environments and aggressive phenomena which may occur in the group. Then it suggests possible forms of prevention of these phenomena, which would lead to the suppression or elimination. The second part is dedicated to the design of research, in which is experimentally tested the effectiveness of selected prevention program on a random sample of classes. Keywords: Aggression - aggression theory - types and causes of aggression - children's group - prevention
Application PFT in adolescents and adults
Zouzalová, Žaneta ; Čáp, David (advisor) ; Niederlová, Markéta (referee)
This bachelor's thesis seeks to examine the possibilities of an application of the Rosenzweig Picture Frustration Test in a population of adolescents and adults. The thesis focuses on applied psychology in experimental, clinical, educational, counseling, forensic, intercultural psychology, industrial and organizational psychology, and psychotherapy. It examines both historical context and current use of the tests abroad and presents the possibilities of similar use in the Czech Republic. The empiric part of the thesis is a research proposal which aims to determine the relationship between changes in a subject's reactivity to frustration and external intentional interventions based on stress reduction programs. The Rosenzweig Picture Frustration Test is used as a psychological research method testing the dynamics of changes in a subject's reactivity. KEYWORDS: Rosenzweig PFT, projective method, frustration, aggression, reactivity to stressful situations.
Aggressive behaviour in partnerships and its therapy
Teuchnerová, Michaela ; Niederlová, Markéta (advisor) ; Šulová, Lenka (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with aggression in intimate partnerships and focuses mostly on the therapy of couples who have problems with aggression. The thesis is divided into theoretical and practical part. It starts with the introduction of different types of aggressive behaviour and continues with the review of programmes for copying with this behaviour. It also presents the researches on evaluating the efficiency of these therapeutic programmes. In the practical part, there is a proposal of a research design for evaluating couple treatment of aggressive behaviour. Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)
Bulliyng - impact on personality of offender
Jilemnická, Emilie ; Čáp, David (advisor) ; Kolářová, Lucie (referee)
This bachelor's thesis is focused on the bulling and its possible impact on the personality of the offender. The first part deals with the bullying in general, it contains the definition, the conditions, which cause the bullying, and its different forms. The second part deals with the problem of aggression, its etiology and different types. It focuses on the possible influence of nature versus nurture. The main part deals with the personality of the offender. It contains different typologies of offenders and it describes possible changes in the personality. The impact is described as psychological, social and behavioral change. Final part is a proposal of a qualitative research project. Its aim is to explore possible changes in cognition by the offenders. It is focused on the perception of bullying from the offender's perspective compared to the perspective of people who didn't participace in the bullying or were "just" in the role of bystanders.
Bullying in elementary schools in connection with Ukrainian pupils.
Hrubá, Kateřina ; Hudcová, Eliška (advisor) ; Ulrichová, Monika (referee)
HRUBÁ, Kateřina. Bullying in elementary schools in connection with Ukrainian pupils. Prague, 2023. Thesis. Protestant Theological Faculty of Charles University. The diploma thesis entitled Bullying in elementary schools in connection with Ukrainian pupils deals with the problem of bullying in elementary schools. It is primarily aimed at Ukrainian pupils who attend Czech schools as a result of the war conflict, but it deals with this negative phenomenon in general, its forms, prevention, solutions, etc. The theoretical part consists of 2 chapters, the 3rd chapter is devoted to research. The main goal of my diploma thesis is to find out whether Ukrainian pupils are bullied in primary schools. A qualitative research strategy is used using the technique of semi-structured interview.
Differences in the behaviour of urban and rural populations of mammals
Kučerová, Nikola ; Štolhoferová, Iveta (advisor) ; Sedláček, Ondřej (referee)
My bachelor thesis deals with the differences in the behavior of mammals, especially carnivores, primates, and rodents living in urban environments and their rural dwelling relatives. Human-induced landscape change often results in fragmentation and decline in the populations of animals living there. However, it can also contribute to the emergence of various new traits that might help the species successfully inhabit the environment affected by humans and their activity. The aim of this thesis is to determine whether populations of urban and rural mammals differ, especially regarding their activity, aggression, boldness, and exploration. To do so, I will focus on comparison of behavior of urban and rural populations of the same species.
The withdrawal of the Russian Federation from the Council of Europe and its impact on the protection of human rights in the country
Petrů, Simona ; Bílková, Veronika (advisor) ; Tymofeyeva, Alla (referee)
The withdrawal of the Russian Federation from the Council of Europe and its impact on the protection of human rights in the country Key words: Council of Europe, Russia, Ukraine, aggression, human rights The thesis focuses on the current topic of the Russian Federation's withdrawal from the Council of Europe and analyses what impact this move may have in relation to the protection of human rights in the country. In the introduction, the author introduces two research questions with the intention of examining them from an international law perspective. In the first one, the author shows her intention to reflect on whether the Russian Federation's withdrawal was a consequence of long-term complicated relations between the country and the Council of Europe or whether it was a direct reaction to the invasion of Ukraine. The second research question is related to the impact of the country's withdrawal from the organization on human rights in the country, more specifically whether the organisation still had the possibility to have an impact on the human rights situation in the country given the Russian Federation's attack on Ukraine in February 2022. The author considers both questions to be important in view of assessing the expediency and impact of Russia's expulsion from the Council of Europe. The...
Hostile and aggressive behaviour of patients towards nurses in clinical practice
ŠMEJKALOVÁ, Alžběta
Current state: Aggressive and hostile behaviour of patients towards nurses in clinical practise is an alarming and common phenomenon that jeopardizes the safety and well-being of healthcare personnel. Objectives: The first objective of this thesis was to evaluate the number of adverse events in the "Behaviour of Individuals" category reported to the "National Portal for Reporting Adverse Events" during the period 2018-2021. The second objective was to assess the occurrence of aggressive behaviour of patients toward nurses in clinical practise. The third objective was to describe a spectrum of preventive nursing procedures that minimize the risk of aggressive behaviour of patients towards nurses. Methodology: The first research method involved a secondary analysis of statistical data from the National Portal for Reporting Adverse Events (ÚZIS ČR, 2022). The second research method utilized a quantitative study conducted through the administration of a standardized questionnaire called "Aggression of Patients towards Nurses in the Course of Their Profession (Lepiešová et al., 2015) ". This survey technique involved nurses from internal and surgical departments. Additionally, third research method was used, and it involved qualitative research through in-depth interviews with nursing care managers. Results: The results indicated that the most frequently reported event to the National portal of Reporting Adverse Events was category called "pressure ulcers ". The results of the qualitative study showed that patient aggression was not related to the field of care (p= 0.587). Furthermore, the results revealed that nurses with longer clinical experience encountered aggression from patients more frequently (p< 0,001). The results of the qualitative study described the most common preventive measures to minimize the risk of patient aggression towards nurses, including training and education of nurses and proper reporting of adverse events, addressing staff shortages, use of restraining measures and pharmacological interventions and appropriate communication with patients and their families. The hospital management prepares for the risk of patient aggression through staff training. Conclusion: The practical outcome of this diploma thesis is a set of recommendations for non-medical healthcare personnel.
Aggression in patiens with psychosis
Nichtová, Andrea ; Vevera, Jan (advisor) ; Papežová, Hana (referee) ; Končelíková, Dana (referee)
Most psychiatric patients do not behave aggressively, but they very often become victims of aggressive behaviour. However, in the practical part of this work, we focused on the phenomenon of aggressive behaviour in psychotic patients, and we address victimization of psychotic patients in the theoretical part because it is one of the most important predictors of aggressive behaviour not only in psychiatric patients but also in the general population. In the literature, we encounter three basic immediate causes of aggressive behaviour - psychotic, impulsive, and predatory (planned) - which we observed in hospital conditions. Specifically, we focused on impulsive behaviour in aggressive patients, given that it is assumed that psychotic patients have difficulties in this area. The aim of this study was to examine the immediate causes of aggressive behaviour and provide data from the Czech Republic on their prevalence. Another goal was to determine whether the factor structure in our work is consistent with the three hypothesized factors described by Nolan et al. Another goal was to explore impulsive behaviour in psychotic patients in light of the reported reduced impulse control and emotional dysregulation associated with the emergence of aggressive behaviour in psychotic patients. The study aimed to...

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