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Factors influencing the willingness to provide first aid among the general population and teachers in the Czech Republic
Sekerášová, Iveta ; Kuba, Radim (advisor) ; Nodžáková, Kateřina (referee)
In the Czech Republic, citizens are legally obligated to provide first aid according to current regulations. Therefore, first aid education is incorporated into educational programs at various levels of schooling. Despite people learning how to provide first aid, it has been observed that it is often not adequately provided in real-life situations. There are several factors that can influence human responses and reduce the willingness to provide first aid. According to studies, the most common inhibiting factors include the presence of danger, fear of infection, panic and stress, insufficient knowledge of first aid procedures, and general concerns. However, most of this information has been obtained through studies conducted outside the Czech Republic. Therefore, we conducted two questionnaire studies focused on the Czech population. The respondents included representatives from the general public (N=1594) and the teaching profession (N=1876). The aim was to identify the factors that most significantly limit individuals when providing first aid. The results showed that the most important factors were related to safety aspects, emotional influences (such as panic, anxiety, feelings of disgust or nausea), and insufficient knowledge of first aid. Based on the results, didactic recommendations were...
From rhetoric to reality? Analyzing the gendered dimension in peace agreements
Gokarn, Nivedita ; Nisbet, Jolan (advisor) ; Karásek, Tomáš (referee)
According to UNSCR 1325, the involvement of women in peace processes is evaluated in this article. It draws attention to the discrepancies between 'representation' in peace accords like the R-ARCCSS and JPA and 'participation' in the peace negotiations to determine the degree to which their perspectives were considered, and overall gender aspect was highlighted. This article contends that women's involvement in the peace talks in South Sudan was only a checklist activity. The social structure of the society and the absence of institutional mechanisms hindered the substantive representation of women. The paper goes on to say that since female negotiators must shoulder the burden of a peace deal, symbolic inclusiveness may even have unintended consequences. The investigation discovers a significant discrepancy between the peace accords and the whole process. It also makes note of the fact that Sudanese society tends to make it difficult for members to participate meaningfully, which has an effect on how long the peace will survive. Consequently, this research emphasizes how institutional processes are gendered by adopting a constructivist viewpoint.
Nástroje pro použití donucovacích prostředků a krátké palné zbraně v souvislosti s výkonem zaměstnání strážníků obecních a městských policií
Havelka, Josef ; Štědrý, Roman
Cílem publikace je navrhnout jednoduchý systém sebeobrany pro strážníky. Jeho základy by bylo možné si osvojit v relativně krátkém čase. Dále shrnuje základy bezpečné manipulace se zbraní. Publikace se skládá ze dvou kapitol: 1 Donucovací prostředky 2 Bezpečná manipulace se služební zbraní
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NORTHERN EUROPE AND THE LOOMING RUSSIA: IS EUROPE (NOT) ENOUGH? Different approaches to a European integrated defence: the cases of Norway and Finland.
Bertoldini, Raul ; Kofroň, Jan (advisor) ; Riegl, Martin (referee)
RAUL BERTOLDINI MASTER'S THESIS ABSTRACT 08/2023 NORTHERN EUROPE AND THE LOOMING RUSSIA: IS EUROPE (NOT) ENOUGH? Different approaches to a European integrated defence: the cases of Norway and Finland This master's thesis investigates Finland and Norway's geopolitical landscape and security strategies amid Europe's evolving security environment. The research scrutinises how these Nordic nations have managed their relations with the European Union (EU), North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), and Russia, set against the backdrop of the Russian invasion of Ukraine and escalating tensions in the Arctic region. An in-depth analysis of historical contexts, paths to EU membership, and debates on NATO affiliation underscore the intricate balance these countries maintain in preserving their unique national identities and sovereignty while engaging with regional structures and alliances for security. The study illustrates how the Ukraine conflict prompted strategic realignments, with both Finland and Norway opting for closer ties with the EU and NATO to protect their sovereignty, yet they perceive the security guarantees offered by these two organisations differently. Ultimately, the thesis offers valuable insights into the adaptive and proactive strategies these countries employ in response to current...
Risks of Alpine Hiking on Protected Climbing Routes
Šupka, Matěj ; Baláš, Jiří (advisor) ; Brtník, Tomáš (referee)
Title: Risks of Alpine Hiking on Protected Climbing Routes Aims: The aim of this thesis was to assess the risk factors of alpine hiking on protected climbing routes based on a current literature review. Methods: The primary sources were articles from the Web of Science and EBSCO databases. Results and conclusions: The total accident rate on protected climbing routes in Austria amounted to 1684 cases from 2008 to 2018. It was found that great progress has been made in terms of equipment and safety on protected climbing routes together with technical advancements in gear. The current equipment represents groundbreaking technology that significantly reduces the occurrence of serious injuries during this activity. However, when using fall absorbers, younger and lighter climbers are still at a higher risk of injury. Keywords: Via ferrata, alpine hiking, klettersteig, equipment, safety, trekking
(Un)safe social media as perceived by children
Šolcová, Tereza ; Háša, Marek (advisor) ; Vochocová, Lenka (referee)
This thesis is devoted to the safety of children on social networks from the perspective of their own experiences and their perception. Using interpretive phenomenological analysis, it tries to provide the lived experience of these participants with an emphasis on the sensitivity of the topic. The results were used using semi-structured interviews with 7 participants aged 13 from Lutín Primary School. The individual interviews were recorded and subsequently interpreted according to the individual procedures of the chosen methods of analysis.
Treating social media platforms as public utility: the case of the DSA package
Rybnikár, Jakub ; Špelda, Petr (advisor) ; Střítecký, Vít (referee)
Social media platforms have become deeply entrenched in contemporary social reality. For this, there has been a surge in scholarship investigating the numerous harms and risks such technoscientific artifacts pose to society. To tackle the risks, the European Union has put forward a set of policy initiatives and legislative proposals that ought to provide a comprehensive response to the increasingly fragile security environment. Despite recent efforts to take on this emerging security threat, there has been very little theoretical and empirical scholarship regarding the intersection between security, technology and law. One of the most intriguing, yet heavily understudied, areas of this intersection is the conceptual understanding of social media platforms. Based on recent insights from security, media and legal scholars, this thesis seeks to introduce a new agenda to the discipline of security studies by applying a novel concept, it being public utility, on social media platforms and thus producing crucial empirical evidence. Utilizing the multiple streams framework, the thesis performs a qualitative content analysis on the EU stakeholders' contributions to the European Commission consultation on the Digital Services Act package. The analysis of the selected texts reveals a significant overlap...
Major industrial accidents in the Czech Republic - accident analysis of LPG
Maťa, Jakub ; MBA, Petr Bulíček, (referee) ; Kotek, Luboš (advisor)
The first part of diploma thesis focuses on the characteristics of LPG accidents, their prevention, evaluation and manifestations, the understanding of which is a key prerequisite for statistical evaluation. Next, attention is paid to the characteristics of LPG, which is complemented by safety and identification of the substance and a survey of LPG storage together with protection and safety zones. The main part of the thesis describes individual LPG accidents in the Czech Republic between 2003 and 2022, which are evaluated by the ESIA method and the ISAAC causal model. Finally, a statistical evaluation and a proposal for a correctional measure together with its economic evaluation is made.
Information System Selection
Macková, Monika ; Novák, Lukáš (referee) ; Koch, Miloš (advisor)
Goal of this master‘s thesis is to analyse the necessities of the company that provides agricultural services as supply and delivery of biomass, and subsequently propose the most suitable system. The first part od thesis defines heoretical bases and concepts of information systms, that are needed for understanding of this specific promlematic. This master’s thesis follows up in the next part with analysis of current state of the company as well as analysis of needs. In the last part of thesis will be selected the best of proposals and will be introduces possibilities of implementation of selected solution.

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