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Adaptation in the first phase of living together as a couple - a foundation of a functional family
Zeisková, Eliška ; Ulrichová, Monika (advisor) ; Šťastná, Jaroslava (referee)
This present thesis deals with the subject of one of the key periods of a cohabiting relationship or marriage which is essen- tial for the further development of the relationship and forming a family which is one of the major areas of social work. In the thesis, I discuss the relationship between a healthy re- lationship of a couple and functional family, I describe roman- tic relationship, its forms and the factors which influence the choice of a partner including the most common mistakes in this process according to the authorities in the field. Moreover, I describe the preparations for living together. Finally, I analyze the adaptation phase of the relationship, its typical aspects and common problems which one can en- counter, as well as strategies of successfully dealing with them. The aim of this theses is to map the topic of the adaptation phase in a relationship as described in the relevant literature as well as sum up the findings.
Ethics of family relationships
Bartoňová, Magdalena Terezie ; Červenková, Denisa (advisor) ; Bouma, David (referee)
Current society is facing the crisis of the family, for many people the family is losing its value and we are witnessing frequent family break-up. On the background of the current difficulties of families, this thesis tries to investigate the function of the family, its individual relationships and their importance for family members. The ethics of the family relationships is analyzed in terms of children's needs and complementarity of partnership and parenthood.
Social Activation Services for Families with Children in Rakovník Town
Tučková, Tereza ; Racková, Barbora (advisor) ; Nová, Monika (referee)
TUČKOVÁ, Tereza. Social activation services for families with children in the town of Rakovník. Prague 2021. The diploma thesis. Charles University, Prague. Hussite Theological Faculty. Department of Psychosocial Sciences and Ethics. Thesis supervisor Mgr. Barbora Racková. This diploma thesis is divided into theoretical and practical part and is realized through qualitative research, in the form of interviews with clients. Initially, the theoretical part deals with and explains the general facts that will help to more easily understand the whole issue. Here we find the concept of social work, social worker, prejudices against social workers and it also marginally deals with the ethics of social work. Subsequently, the concept of family is explained, I try to point out the importance of family for each of us. Furthermore, social work with the family, family rehabilitation. We will also find an explanation of the term of social activation service for families with children here. It is described first in general and then specifically in the town of Rakovník. The practical part consists, as it has already been mentioned, of qualitative research which is developed in the form of semi-structured interviews with clients. It contains research and partial questions, which have been answered by in total of...
Harmonization of family and work roles for workers who do not have the option of working from home during the coronavirus crisis
Šrámková, Nikola ; Hejzlarová, Eva (advisor) ; Trlifajová, Lucie (referee)
The thesis deals with the harmonization of family and work roles of workers without the possibility of working from home during the so-called first wave of the coronavirus crisis in 2020. The goal of this thesis is to describe the harmonization possibilities of family and the work roles in the Czech Republic. Another goal of this thesis is to find out what circumstances influenced the parents without the possibility of working from home to stay at work during the COVID-19 pandemic. Last but not least, the goal was set to map the harmonization of the family and of the work roles of the parents without the possibility of working from home during the COVID-19 pandemic in the Czech Republic. The theoretical basis of the thesis is the concept of family-work conflict in conjunction with the concept of work-life balance. These theoretical aspects were conceptualized with the issue of Covid-19, labor market conditions and the tools that make it easier to match the parental and the work roles in the Czech Republic. The research work works with primary and secondary data. The primary data was obtained through the semi-structured interviews with the affected individuals (the parents who take care of a child under the age of 10 and at the same time working in a position without the possibility of working from...
How Parental Involvement Affects Education Outcomes of Their Children
Kantová, Klára ; Pertold-Gebicka, Barbara (advisor) ; Bauer, Michal (referee)
Spending time together is more than important for family's well-being, espe- cially in the fast pace of modern days. This Master's thesis presents a research of the relationship between parental involvement in children's lives and their educational outcome. Additionally, it explores the impact of limit breaking by youths on their educational attainment. The educational outcome is repre- sented by a binary variable denoting whether the respondent completed high school or not. The results mostly meet our expectations. The hypotheses of the positive effect on child's educational outcome with higher parental involvement and negative effect with presence of limit breaking are supported by the re- sults. What is surprising are the signs of the results from the regressions using the limit setting variables. The results suggest that the expected probability of completing high school decreases with higher parental limit setting. To es- timate causal treatment effects, we used a subclassification on the propensity score and a simple logistic regression. JEL Classification I21, J12, J13 Keywords education, children, family, parental involve- ment Title How Parental Involvement Affects Education Outcomes of Their Children
Harmonization of Family and Professional Life of Female Doctors in the Czech Republic
Handzelová, Juliána ; Hasmanová Marhánková, Jaroslava (advisor) ; Tučková, Anna (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with the harmonization of family and professional life of female doctors in the Czech Republic. The topic is explored through a gender perspective. The aim of the thesis is to determine how women doctors feel during their study years and subsequently during their professional life, whether they have ever encountered gender discrimination, how female doctors manage to reconcile their family and professional life, and what obstacles they are faced with in such a demanding profession. The thesis describes the medical profession and its genderalization, family and parenthood, the public and private spheres, the harmonization of family and professional life, and what strategies can be used for its reconciliation. The methodological approach is qualitative with a research design of a case study. To answer the research questions, semi-structured interviews with female doctors who are working in hospitals and have at least one child under the age of 13 (including) were conducted. The outcomes of the analysis show the existence of gender discrimination and sexism, describe the attestation system that is unfavorable towards women, outline what female doctors are confronted with when reconciling family and professional life and in what ways does having a family affect their...
Foster care - negotiating between care and work and gender aspects of care
Studená, Adéla ; Hasmanová Marhánková, Jaroslava (advisor) ; Senft, Lukáš (referee)
The bachelor thesis deals with foster care and its position on the boundary of care and work. The term care is understood as "care from love" in the family, which according to societal ideas should be provided regardless of the existence of financial rewards. The term work is used in the sense of paid employment. The boundary is examined on a general and gender level. The core of the bachelor thesis is qualitative research which is based on the analysis of semi-structured interviews with eight foster carers, namely with four long-term male foster carers and four long-term female foster carers in pairs. The thesis concludes that foster care reflects the established gender order, within which care is an activity that is inseparably linked to the identity of women. However, this identity is also professional in nature and penetrates the field of paid work. Nevertheless only women construct their professional identity in the context of foster care and the boundary of foster care between care and work is therefore gendered. In addition the thesis shows through the analysis of the perception of financial rewards by foster carers that "care from love" and the money provided for it are not in conflict, but on the contrary can provide a symbolic expression of the value of care itself. The perspective of...
Content analysis of Teachers' newspaper: View of parents in education
Nerad, Jáchym ; Mouralová, Magdalena (advisor) ; Gargulák, Karel (referee)
This bachelor thesis focuses on different views of parents' role in education. It draws on the previous research of parents' involvement in education and develops the research further through an analysis of a specialized periodical. More specifically, it focuses on how the authors of Teachers' Newspaper perceived the parents' role between 2003-2013. To achieve this objective, it adopts the method of frame analysis which examines highlighting of various aspects of observed reality in texts. In this case, the frame analysis of Teachers' Newspaper explores different aspects of authors' experience with parents made salient in their texts. The frame analysis uses the concepts of parents' role in education as frames and examines presence of such framing in the texts. The frame analysis was enhanced by the identification of recurring themes the authors attributed to parents. The identified themes were used to describe different types of framing. The analysis discovered framing of parents as educational partners, customers, problems and social partners. The analysis did not, however, reveal any presence of framing parents as citizens. On the other hand, the analysis showed presence of other, previously undefined frames. These are parents as determinants, engagement targets, and debate participants.
Analysis of EU divorce rates in countries in socio-demographic perspective
Stýblová, Julie ; Rychtaříková, Jitka (advisor) ; Kalibová, Květa (referee)
Analysis of EU divorce rates in socio-demographic perspective Abstract The aim of this diploma thesis is to analyze the basic trends in the development of the divorce rate in selected countries of the European Union, in the period of 1995 through 2015 and to find similar or different trends among them. The work is focused not only on the development of individual indicators of the divorce intensity, but also on the possible causes of changes in family behavior, both from a demographic and sociological point of view. Therefore, the second part of the work focuses on attitude analysis of the evaluators by particular country of the European Union, namely the specific attitudes of choosing a family, marriage and an opinion on divorce. The intensity of divorce rates increases during the observed period in all monitored countries, therefore the share of divorced persons in the European population increasing, too. The reasons are mainly the social and economic changes in society, which go along with the changes in family behavior. Divorce is tolerated by society and as behavior is justifiable for most people. On the other hand, family and marriage are still very important values for the people of European countries. Keywords: divorce rate, family, Europe, attitudes, binary logistic regression, cluster analysis

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