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Bereaved parents perception of perinatal loss
Havrdová, Marie ; Krejčí, Jiří (advisor) ; Brnula, Peter (referee)
The topic of the thesis is the perception of perinatal loss by bereaved parents. Perinatal loss is a tragic event in the life of parents that is still taboo in our society and parents are not given enough support. Therefore, the aim of this paper is to describe the perception of perinatal loss through the eyes of bereaved parents, and to further outline the main needs, communication with the spouse, their family and immediate family, and support services used, with the intention of contributing to a greater understanding and awareness to guide support in the health and social care system. Key words: perinatal loss, interpretative phenomenological analysis, paliative care, coping, mourning, support
Minors' Experience Analysis of Romanticized or Sexualized Contact with an Educator
Mašková, Kateřina ; Onder, Jakub (advisor) ; Krejčí, Josef (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with the issue of romanticized and sexualized contact of minor students and their adult educators which is being dominantly silenced in the Czech Republic. The thesis consists of a theoretical part and an empirical part. Theoretical part of the thesis presents psychological aspects of the developmental period of adolescence and of the pedagogical profession, discusses the issue of crossing professional boundaries by an educator and finally defines a specific subtype of educator sexual misconduct: educator sexual abuse of minor students in the form of a mutual sexualized type of a contact. The focus of the empirical part of the thesis is a research project framed by constructivist ontology, feminist epistemology and phenomenological metodology. The research project is an interpretative phenomenological analysis of the experience of five adult women who experienced romanticized or sexualized contact with their educator during adolescence. The purpose of the research was to gain an in-depth understanding of its participants' experiences both from their former adolescent perspective and their contemporary adult perspective and to capture any possible change of their mind during the given period concerning their own experiences. Currently, all five research participants consider...
Sexuality in Elderly Care Homes - Staff Perspective
Frühbauerová, Martina ; Lejsal, Matěj (advisor) ; Bosá, Monika (referee)
The topic of the thesis is intimacy and sexuality among clients of residential aged care. The theoretical framework of the thesis is based on the concepts of Quality of Life and Active Aging, and a Person-Centered Approach provides the ethical framework. Sexuality is presented as one of the key aspects of being human, and a wide range of its meanings are explored, arguing for its timeless relevance regardless of a person's age. Although intimacy and sexuality in old age remain a societal taboo, staff in residential aged care are frequently confronted with them in their work. The aim of the thesis is to describe the perception of intimacy and sexuality among the clients of these services from the perspective of the staff, using interpretative phenomenological analysis (IPA). Key words: Active Ageing, interpretative phenomenological analysis, Person-Centered Approach, Quality of Life, residential aged care, sexuality of the elderly
Work with Biblical Text in Hagiotherapy and in Individual Imaginative Interpretation
Zuzánková, Anna ; Racková, Barbora (advisor) ; Stretti, Sylvie (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with two methods of working with the biblical text in social work, existential hagiotherapy and imaginative interpretation. The primary goal of this work is: Description of the experiences experienced by hagiotherapy group participants and participants of individual imaginative interpretation with biblical text in 2Sam 11. The secondary goal is: Validation of the method of individual imaginative interpretation based on hagiotherapy. Hagiotherapy is already a comprehensive and structured method of working in a group. The method of imaginative interpretation is a method not yet used in practice and represents individual work. The diploma thesis presents this method in the light of an already functional method. The theoretical part deals with the presentation of both methods and their placement in the context of social work. Differences and similarities of the method of hagiotherapy and imaginative interpretation are presented here. At the end of this section, are given possible interpretations of the text. The theoretical part defined terms that were essential for answering the basic research question. The basic research question is: "What lived experience do the religious participants of the hagiotherapy group and the religious participants of the individual imaginative...
Just take a moment to stop. The process of religious conversion in the context of the covid-19 pandemic: an interpretative phenomenological analysis.
Jiřičková, Eva ; Beláňová, Andrea (advisor) ; Viktorová, Ida (referee)
The focus of the thesis is to examine the process of religious conversion to the Roman Cath- olic Church in the context of the covid-19 pandemic. Its main aim is to describe the experi- ence of individuals with religious conversion and the way in which this experience is re- flected in the context of the covid-19 pandemic. Another partial aim is to map the functions of religion from the perspective of the convert and to put these functions in the context of theories of religious coping (how it manifests itself, whether and to what extent is the concept of religious coping strategies appropriate, as regards religious conversion in the context of the covid-19 pandemic). The thesis adopts a qualitative form of psychologic research in which the methods of interpretative phenomenological analysis are applied. The data were collected by means of semi-structured interviews from five converts to the Roman Catholic Church. The result of the analysis is represented by four central topics in which the quality of the experience of religious conversion is described: space of transformation, parallel for life, liberation, and relationship. The heart of experience thus outlined is then related to the functions of religion and theoretical psychological concepts.
Meaning in the Context of Existential Hagiotherapy
Nečasová, Eliška ; Racková, Barbora (advisor) ; Stretti, Sylvie (referee)
The aim of this thesis is to describe meaning in the context of Existential Hagiotherapy and to answer the following research question: How do hagiotherapy participants experience the existential meaning? The first chapter reflects the chosen topic for the context of social work. It draws on a discursive conception of social work and a typology of the interrelationship between spiritual and professional discourse (see appendix A.1). This thesis is based on the belief that hagiotherapy belongs to spiritually sensitive social work. The second chapter focuses on the trends of existential therapy. It points out the considerable differences between the different trends, but also the similarities that can be found between them. In particular, three specific trends are important for this thesis, namely existential psychotherapy according to I.D. Yalom, logotherapy and definitely existential hagiotherapy. The third chapter deals with the meaning of life and shows how individual philosophers see it. Firstly, the different perceptions of the so-called higher or cosmic meaning and its influence on human freedom are pointed out. It also points out one of the questions connected with the existence of God, which mankind was occupied with for thousands of years: If there is a God, where does evil come from in the...

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