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High school students and the choice of university in families without university education
Sabolová, Anna ; Machovcová, Kateřina (advisor) ; Hanušová, Jaroslava (referee)
The bachelor thesis named High school students and the choice of university in families without university education will focus on decision to choose a university from the point of view of a high school student and his parent. The goal of this thesis is to point out factors influencing the choices of a high school student leading to continue study at the university and further to find out, what influences parents in supporting their children in further education. I specifically explore the situation of families, where the parents have not achieved university education. The theoretical part will familiarize the reader with basic concepts connected to choosing univerzity, choosing work and school and family environment, that have an effect on an idnividual. Furthermore in the theoretical part of my thesis, I focus on psychological evolvement of humans beings, specifically adolescence and emerging adulthood. In the empirical part I plan a qualitative research. Semi-structured interviews will be used for data collection. The data will be processed via open coding (grounded theory). The examined sample will consist of 6 respodents in the third year of general and vocational high schools and 3 parents with completed high school education. It will be examined, whether the students are keen on continuing...
Characteristics of children and adolescents attending the outpatient addiction treatment
Svobodová, Barbora ; Šťastná, Lenka (advisor) ; Franzová, Martina (referee)
BACKROUND - The environment of children and adolescents attending the Outpatient Addiction Treatment Clinic for Children and Adolescents has not yet been described in detail. The work deals with the description of various aspects of the life of these clients. AIMS - The aim of the bachelor thesis was to describe the environment from which children and adolescents come to ADDA. Specifically, the research looked at divorce rate, family integrity, and family conflicts. Another monitored aspect of the environment was the presence of a substance user in the common household with the patient. The research should also summarize common aspects from the household of children and adolescent users attending the clinic. METHODS - The research method was descriptive statistics, focused on the description of ADDA patients. The information was obtained from structured anamnestic sheets (SAL), which are filled in by the parents when the child enters the outpatient addiction treatment clinic. The data were clearly divided according to frequency into tables and graphs. RESULTS - 47 children (out of 112 answers) live in a complete family, 24 children live in a household that is supplemented by a partner and the remaining 41 children come from an incomplete family in which one of the parents is missing. Only 7...
When the family is not around
Kantor, Táňa ; Suchánek, Radek (referee) ; Mléčka, Jan (advisor)
The aim of this work is to introduce a new concept of children's home which seeks to find a relationship between family environment, specific needs of children or necessary architecture requirements which are important in perceiving the space in which children are.
Family environment a child under school age
TOČÍKOVÁ, Lucie
The diploma thesis deals with the issue of the family environment of a younger school-age child. The aim of the presented diploma thesis is to provide an insight into the life of a younger school-age child. The thesis is divided into the theoretical and practical part. The theoretical part focuses in individual chapters on the topics related to family, education and leisure time, where the emphasis is placed on problematic, clinical and different families. The practical work gives insight into three families with an early school-age child through qualitative research methods (especially case studies and interviewing). In the practical part, I look for answers to questions about family values, spending leisure time, educational methods and lifestyle.
A dysfunctional family education and its effects on the quality of partnership
Nováková, Pavla ; Strouhal, Martin (advisor) ; Koťa, Jaroslav (referee)
This thesis is concerned with education in dysfunctional families and its impact on relationships. In the introductory part defines technical terms such as family, education and relationships, deal with the theories associated with these phenomena. In the practical part of the three case studies illustrate how the dysfunctional family upbringing affects the young man look at partnerships and expectations of the relationship.
The development of drug addiction of adults with respect to their development in preschool and school age.
FENDRYCHOVÁ, Lucie
The goal of this bachelor's work is find out if the child's social environment at pre-school and school age has an impact on future addiction of drugs. The theoretical part will define the concepts of pre-school period, school period, drug addiction, socialization and formation family relationship. The practical part will examine the context between social or family environment and the creating of drug addiction using semi-structured interview.
Effects of family influence on children and school children.
ERBENOVÁ, Renata
The Effects of Family Influence on Children and School Children The undergraduate paper entitled "The Effects of Family Influence on Children and School Children" focuses on mapping the effects of unfavorable, negative influence of nuclear and extended families on children and school children. Furthermore, it studies the implications and consequences impacting on children's life. In the theoretical part, the paper outlines the relevant basic concepts related to these issues. The individual chapters present and compare the opinions of professionals specializing in family education. Moreover, the paper focuses on the family as the child's primary environment and defines its functions, with emphasis being put on its role in the child's socialization process. Themes dealing with dysfunctional families are mentioned and attention is paid to children's education in the family, application of individual styles of upbringing, and consideration is given to the quality of family environment. In the practical part, the paper concentrates on research in the area of family as perceived by individual respondents. The research maps a variety of opinions on individual issues from the perspective of girls enrolled in institutional social facilities, compared to the opinions of girls growing up in a regular biological family. The opinions of both groups are juxtaposed.

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