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Parental responsibility and netolism.
The thesis deals with netolism and other risky behavior of children and adolescents on the Internet, points out the fundamental role of parents in this issue. It introduces the concepts of dependence, the family and parental responsibility. Attention is paid to addiction to social networking sites and online games and some other types of risky behavior on the Internet, e.g. cyberbullying, sexting, cybergrooming. The impact of excessive internet use on the development of children and adolescents is considered. The theoretical findings are supplemented by the view of social worker's of the Authority for Social and Legal Protection of Children and a non-substance addiction prevention worker of the Pilsen Region which was obtained by conducting semi-structured interviews.
Cyberbullying and its prevention at 2 levels of primary schools
Předkládaná bakalářská práce se zabývá kyberšikanou na 2. stupni základní školy a její prevencí. Vzhledem k autorčiným praktickým zkušenostem z dosavadní praxe je na problém kyberšikany nahlíženo z pohledu asistenta pedagoga, který nese spolu-zodpovědnost za odhalení takové formy rizikového chování. Práce má za úkol ozřejmit, jak moc je náročné odhalit kyberšikanu ve školních kolektivech, jaká jsou úskalí a slabá místa v prevenci. Práce je rozdělena do tří kapitol. První kapitola se zabývá šikanou, druhá kapitola je věnována problematice kyberšikany. Třetí kapitola obsahuje výzkumné šetření, kdy je cílem zjistit zkušenosti s komunikací prostřednictvím elektronických technologií a zmapování povědomí dětí o kyberšikaně ve starším školním věku. V závěru jsou potom uvedena konkrétní doporučení pro zlepšení současného stavu.
Social aggression as a part of the subject of health education at primary school
The aim of my work is to find out the approach and relationship of children aged 12 - 15 to social networks, the use of the internet as a means of communication, pupils´awareness and information in primary school. The secondary aim is the awareness of pupils aged 12-15 about social aggression on the internet. The bachelors thesis deals with social aggression associated with the subject of health education in primary school, the definition of the concept it self, what is the awareness of aggression, what danger is hidden in the frequent use of social networks, cyberbullying - the definition of the term, stage, prevention etc. As a method in the practical part was used a survey of their own design, whick is focused in II. degree (graduation od 7th - 9th grade) primary school, it is a primary school in Sezimovo Ůstí, where the work maps the awareness of students about social aggression, encounter, the occurrence of aggression in the area, the reaction of students, their confidence or distruct in social space, etc. The results and research met expectations and assumptions. It has been confirmed that girls communicate on social networks more than boys. It was also found that boys use the internet to play games, 70 % repsondents. 60 % of respondents, both girls and boys, are most often acquainted with the term cyberbullying at school, as was the case in the research.
Cyberbully from the perspective of a primary school teacher and the possibility of preventive measures
This work deals with the issue of cyberbullying among primary school pupils from the perspective and experience of teachers and professional staff. The essence of the thesis is to focus on the teachers' perspective on the issue of cyberbullying. In the theoretical part of the thesis, readers are introduced to the communication technologies through which cyberbullying occurs. Particular attention is paid here to social networks, which are currently a trend not only among pupils. However, the most important part is the section that describes cyberbullying, its differences from traditional bullying, focuses on both the aggressor and the victim of cyberbullying, focuses on the manifestations of cyberbullying and also notes the role of parents, but especially the school, in preventing and detecting the unwanted phenomenon. It also addresses cyberbullying from the perspective of both the aggressor (criminal liability) and the victim (organisations and institutions helping victims of certain crimes). The practical part focuses on data collection and the presentation of the questionnaire. Furthermore, the results of the questionnaire conducted in cooperation with primary school teachers on the issue of cyberbullying are presented.
Bullying and Cyberbullying Among Secondary School Children in the Sport Clubs
The bachelor thesis addresses the Bullying and Cyberbullying Among Secondary School Children in the Sport Clubs. The theoretical part defines risky behaviour of children and teenagers, in particular bullying and cyberbullying. It also contains characterization of the psychological and physical development of the child, organizations focused on the physical and sporting activities of children and last, but not least sports clubs of modern gymnastics. To prepare research part of bachelor thesis a qualitative type of research was used. Qualitative research was conducted by a method of interviewing, a technique of semi-structed interviewing. The research group consisted of coaches working with Secondary School Children in modern gymnastics clubs within the South Bohemian Region, which are part of the Czech Union of Modern Gymnastics. Based on the results, it was found that coaches rather know how to handle investigations of bullying and cyberbullying. Furthermore, it was found that the coaches were not given a methodological plan on how to proceed properly. If coaches were offered participation in the prevention programme, most of them would participate. The results of this bachelor thesis can provide an interesting basis for wider research into bullying and cyberbullying in sports clubs. Furthermore, it can be an inspiration for coaches or for a methodological material, for the development of a preventive programme for children's sports clubs. Finally, it can be an interesting incentive for parents of children who attend such clubs.
Cyberbullying as a Social Problem by the View of Pupils at the Second Stage of Primary School
SOLDÁN, Ladislav
The aim of this diploma thesis was to find out what are the risks of problematic using of the internet among students of the second grade at elementary school. The consequence of this acting is often a cyber bullying which could be a big social problem in their future private and also professional life. The next goal of this thesis was to create a manual with basic information for teachers and school prevention methodologists in case they have to deal with cyber bullying at elementary schools. This work is made of a theoretical and practical part. The theoretical part is divided into four main chapters. The first chapter is about a cyber bullying which students of the second grade at elementary schools often experienced with. The second chapter is dedicated to social networks, which are often used by teenagers. Students spend abnormal amount of time on social networks and the cyber-attacks take place there. In the third chapter I describe "netolismus", the addiction to the internet. Nowadays this addiction is made very often and very quickly. In the fourth chapter I focus on a prevention of cyber bullying at elementary schools which is really important. The practical part of this theses focuses on the risks of the internet, healthy or pathological using of the internet among the students of the second grade at elementary schools in South Bohemian region. The established hypotheses concerned verification the differences according to the gender and the age of students. The results of the theses were obtained by questionnaire survey method and they were statistically evaluated in IBM SPSS Statistics and they are represented by graphs. The result shows us that the problematic usage of the internet is related to the age and the class in which the students are at the moment. The results revealed that 44 % of students of the second degree at elementary schools have the internet in the top three of their value lists. It was found out that 33 % of students spend more and more time on the internet, and not because of school´s duties. Although 30 % of students tried to restrict the time they spend on the internet, but with no success. As the results show, 19 % of students hide their online life from others. Based on the results, the manual with the title "CYBER BULLYING" was created to serve for all who are interested in the problematic of cyber bullying, e.g. pedagogical and non-pedagogical workers at elementary schools, school prevention methodologists, lectors of primary prevention programs, social workers and last but not least for parents of student. The first step to a success is to start deal with the cyber bullying and try to find out the right starting points which lead to help.
Primary Preventive Programs of Risk Behaviour
KARASOVÁ, Veronika
My bachelor thesis deals with the topic of risky behaviour on the Internet and programs of primary prevention of such behaviour. The main aim of this thesis is to find out whether higher primary students have gone through any preventive program regarding risky behaviour on the Internet and whether they have anyone in their surroundings to confide to if they need. To get the results, quantitative type of research has been chosen. Data collection was carried out via online questionnaires. The research file consists of higher primary school students. The research was carried out at the break of May/June 2020. The theoretical part deals with the definition of risky behaviour in general, and subsequently I analyse the individual types of risky behaviour on the Internet. I also describe organisations, institutions and projects that deal with the topic of safe behaviour on the Internet. The research part addresses students at the higher primary schools in the Tabor region. To fulfill the aims, the method of quantitative research is used and when collecting data, it is the method of questionnaire survey. The questionnaire consists of 24 questions answered by 150 respondents.
Exploitation of social media in leisure education
The thesis deals with social networks and their use in their free time. The first chapter deals with the concept of social networks and characterizes specific types of social networks. The second chapter describes terms that occur on social networks including risks. The third chapter defines the specific risk of social networks - cyberbullying and its prevention. The fourth chapter defines the motives of juveniles to spend their leisure time on social networks and this way of spending leisure time as an unorganized leisure activity. The fifth chapter consists of own qualitative research with the method of semi-structured interview.
Self-efficacy of Pre-service Teachers in Relation to Cyberbullying
Šťastná, Jana ; Kollerová, Lenka (advisor) ; Richterová, Magdalena (referee)
This thesis examines self-efficacy in dealing with cyberbullying as a key factor that influences the ability of prospective teachers to intervene effectively in cases of cyberbullying. The level of self-efficacy will be investigated with respect to other significant factors, which are awareness of cyberbullying, condemnation of cyberbullying, and evaluation of university preparation to adress cyberbullying. Cyberbullying is a widespread phenomenon in schools abroad and in the Czech Republic, and it is teachers who play a key role in identifying and dealing with cases of cyberbullying. For this reason, it is essential that future teachers are aware of the phenomenon of cyberbullying and are prepared to deal with it effectively in the context of the teaching profession. The aim of this study is to use a quantitative research to map the situation regarding cyberbullying in relation to prospective teachers and to explore the relationships between self-efficacy and i) awareness of cyberbullying ii) level of cyberbullying condemnation and iii) evaluation of university preparation to address cyberbullying. In the questionnaire, respondents consisting of an available sample of 140 student teachers (mean age: 21.8 years; 92.1 % female and 7.9 % male) answered questions related to their awareness of...

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