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Moral profile of a social worker as a prerequisite for the quality of social work
KRESLOVÁ, Michaela
The master thesis examines the moral profile of a social worker in the course of working with Roma clients in Strakonice. Fundamental terms related to the focus of the work including morality, prerequisites for performing work in helping professions, comparison of value orientation of the majority society and the Roma population, as well as the specifics of social work with this target group are defined. Furthermore, the meaning of ethics in the life of the majority society and the Roma ethnic group is identified. The main goal, the reflection of the moral profile of a social worker as an indespensable condition for the quality of social work in conjuction with the description of possible confrontation of values, is achieved with literature review and summarization of findings revealed by the individual research. Semi-structured interviews with six social workers were implemented to assemble data. The interviews took place in three workplaces in Strakonice.
Transsexuality (ethical aspects of gender transitioning and role of social work in the process)
This thesis deals with the transgender phenomenon and in three chapters explores the ethical level of transitioning and the specifics of social work with transgender clientele. First chapter presents general insight into the topic and looks into the terminological difference between the terms gender and sex, transgender and transsexuality. After that it deals with aspects of the process of transition and also briefly describes the etiology of transgender identity, representation of trans individuals in the population and the phenomenon of minority stress. Second chapter of the thesis introduces the results of a research realised as a part of the work. The results are compiled into narrations of the participants transgender life stories. Third chapter sums up the ethical dilemmas related to the transitioning process, selected ethical dilemma taken from realised research is reflected through the optics of two ethical stances (deontology of I. Kant and utilitarianism of J. S. Mill). Closing part is designated for dealing with the specifics of social work with transgender clients and are presented competences needed for high-quality social work with the transgender target group.
This diploma thesis deals with theme of Ethical dilemmas of social workers of department of social and legal protection of children and their solutions. It also describes activities of social and legal protection of children (OSPOD), characterizes social workes work on OSPOD, the principles and risks of this work. It defines the concept of ethics and ethical dilemmas and describes their solutions. The empirical part deals with qualitative research and data will be obtaines through in-depth interviews with OSPOD social workers. The main purpose of the work is to find out ethical dilemmas and how to OSPOD social workers solve them. a partial goal is to categorize these finding and compare them with previous investigations. Also find out what factors influence their choice of solution.
Professional Ethics of Attorneys in the Czech Republic
Bína, Felix ; Friedel, Tomáš (advisor) ; Chmel, Jan (referee)
Professional Ethics of Attorneys in the Czech Republic with a Focus on the Promotion of Attorneys In this Master's degree thesis, the author deals with the professional ethics of attorneys with a focus on possibilities of their personal promotion. This area of legal practice is somewhat neglected, despite the fact that attorneys, like other entrepreneurs, depend on sufficient number of clients in order to sustain their business activities. However, in the context of acquiring clients or offering their services, attorneys are forced to observe specific professional and ethical rules that to a certain extent limit their options compared to an ordinary entrepreneurs. This thesis is divided into three major parts. In the first one, the author briefly discuss ethics in general and his aim is to introduce to a reader this filosophical concept together with selected directions of normative ethics offering solutions of what is right. The author concurrently reflects on the fact whether ethical rules exist universally across societies and cultures or not, using selected knowledge from psychology. The second part focuses on interpretation of professional ethics both in general and in specific areas of professional ethics of attorneys. This section also contains in brief the basic information about legal...
Construction of reactions to the ethical dilemma of curators as employees of the selected Socio-legal child protection Authority
Merklová, Markéta ; Kaňák, Jan (advisor) ; Stretti, Sylvie (referee)
UNIVERZITA KARLOVA HUSITSKÁ TEOLOGICKÁ FAKULTA KONSTRUKCE REAKCÍ NA ETICKÁ DILEMATA KURÁTORŮ JAKO PRACOVNÍKŮ VYBRANÉHO ORGÁNU SOCIÁLNĚ-PRÁVNÍ OCHRANY DĚTÍ V PRAXI Construction of reactions to the ethical dilemma of curators as employees of the selected Socio-legal child protection Authority Magisterská diplomová práce Vedoucí práce: Autor: Mgr. Jan Kaňák, Ph.D. Bc. Markéta Merklová, DiS. Praha 2022 Abstract In my diploma thesis, I address the question "How do the curators of the criminal activities of children and youth of one selected OSPOD in the Czech Republic construct a response to the dilemma of intervening vs not intervening in their normal practice?". My effort was to describe how curators of criminal activities of children and youth, as specifically targeted social workers of OSPOD, create responses to the dilemma of intervene vs not intervene. The motivation for choosing this topic was that I myself, as a former curator, faced this dilemma and did not know how to respond adequately and in time to such situations. The greatest support for me at that time was sharing the situation with colleagues who did not always have the time and desire to think about the topic. I was interested in whether curators encounter these situations and how they react to them. These findings can subsequently serve as...
Public ethics in the context of online communication
Heverová, Lucia ; Jinek, Jakub (advisor) ; Svoboda, David (referee)
The diploma thesis studies the basic concepts of communication in the context of the online environment and seeks whether there are ethical starting points for users participating in content creation on the Internet (produsers). It deals with the meaning of communication and dialogue, the understanding of what is public and what the mass means, describes the online environment and the media sphere and places it in an ethical framework in which it characterizes the concept of person and explores the essence of the concept of praxis. In view of the basic question of the thesis, general ethical principles and the essence of journalistic and media ethics are also presented, because it was journalism that gave rise to the content creators from among the public even before the Internet. Since the subject of research is the active public on the Internet, the work deals also with the basic human right to freedom of expression and related regulatory legislation. In local and especially Anglo-American sources, it searches for a definition of the term ethics of the public, or at least directional ethical theses that would be as suitable as possible for an application to the given subject area. The goal of the work was a comprehensive understanding of the nature of communication between people in public and a...
Dealing with the guilt of persons serving a sentence.
Doskočilová, Veronika ; Fošum, Jan (advisor) ; Mohelník, Tomáš (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with the ethical topic of guilt and its processing in persons serving a sentence. The paper elaborates with the topic of guilt on a practical and theoretical level. The theoretical framework deals with concepts related to guilt (morality, good, evil, conscience, sin), then presents the concept of guilt and the possibilities of its processing. Based on the description of the theory, the theoretical part formulates questions, which are used in the practical part. It describes three case studies of persons serving a sentence. The research is devoted to their individual perception of guilt and subsequently to ways of coping with it. Special attention is paid to Christianity and its influence on the perception of guilt, as two persons believe in God. Research shows that guilt is a fundamental issue for people in prison, whether it is in its negative or positive manifestations. The research confirms the fundamental theoretical starting point that there is a line from the negative effect of guilt to its positive contribution. As all three convicts confirm, guilt is the path to awareness, acceptance, and finally to the correction. Although there are many ways how to deal with guilt, the key is willingness to be opened to cope with guilt. Though there are a number of shortcomings in...
Coaching as a profession: bases for professional ethics of coaching and reflection on selected topics
Červenka Kocourková, Karolína ; Jinek, Jakub (advisor) ; Sousedík, Prokop (referee)
This diploma thesis presents coaching as an independent profession. It shows that it is not just a method of training, counseling or employee management, which would then follow the ethics of the fields in which it is applied, but that coaching is a profession that has its own methodology, research and practice, during which atise a specific ethical issues, and this diploma thesis will focus on selected ones. The first part deals with the issue of the concept of coaching. Based on the definition of coaching and its historical development, it tries to distinguish coaching from psychotherapy, mentoring, counseling and also from sports coaching. It examines the etymology of the word coach, whether there is any more suitable Czech equivalent of this profession designation, which is closely connected primarily with the sports environment. It tries to define the professional base of coaching, to find its position among the helping professions, to show its independence and thus to obtain starting points for future ethical reflections. In the second part of the diploma thesis, the paradigm of the coach- client relationship is determined, the coach's professional competencies and assumptions on the client's side are defined. It also presents ethical issues that are specific to the coaching profession. These...
Ethics from the perspective of members of the Integrated Rescue System
KAŇKA, Milan
This thesis consists of a theoretical and a practical part. The work is divided into chapters and subsections. The introduction of the theoretical part gives a brief insight into the history of the development of ethics and then describes the relationship between ethics and morality. Furthermore, the theoretical part explains the concept of an integrated rescue system according to valid dust regulations. It lists and describes its basic and other components. It characterizes the profession of members of the integrated rescue system, the content of their work, and the conditions of admission. Other terms such as emergency, rescue, and liquidation work or coordination of the components of an integrated rescue system are also listed and described. The practical part of the work consists of quantitative research which uses a questionnaire survey as a data collection method. The semi-structured questionnaire was filled out by respondents - members of the integrated rescue system of the Vysočina Region via a web interface. The aim of the thesis is to find out whether the members of the integrated rescue system operating in the Vysočina Region consider the code of ethics of their organization to be sufficiently elaborated and whether the members of the integrated rescue system in the Vysočina Region act by the code of ethics.
Communication about radiation risks in medicine from the perspective of ethics
The diploma thesis deals with communication about radiation risks in medicine from the perspective of ethics. The aim of this work is to evaluate the quality of communication about radiation risks in medicine. Furthermore, it finds out what level of knowledge of ethical bases of communication radiology assistants and patients have. The work consists of a theoretical and a practical part. The theoretical part provides information about ionizing radiation, history of radiology, X-rays. Furthermore, the effects of radiation, principles and methods of radiation protection are described, as well as medical exposure, ethics in the radiation protection system and process ethical values. In the practical part, a survey was conducted focusing on communication about radiation risks in medicine from the point of view of ethics. Questionnaires were distributed to radiodiagnostic departments of selected hospitals. A sample of respondents consisted of 60 radiological assistants and 150 patients. The results of the questionnaire survey are processed into graphs. Based on the evaluation of all questionnaires, most patients are informed about radiation risks depending on the type of examination. Informed consent and verbal expression are among the most common ways of education about radiation risks. The results also show that a large proportion of respondents has not addressed any ethical issues in this context yet, and most radiology assistants have not even received any training in health ethics. Especially among patients, ignorance of some ethical concepts was an obstacle to completing certain questions in the questionnaire.

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