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demonstration story of the damn things
Vyhnálková, Adéla ; Nováček, Daniel (referee) ; Kubíková, Zuzana (advisor)
demo story of the damn things is a text “material“ and a long-term experiment in a form of an internet story. for me, it's a space to explore a narrative in all its possible aspects – definitions and standards of a book, different forms and media of storytelling, writing methods and the author's relationship to the text itself. the story works with a timeline, plot, linguistic and typographic variability. it deconstructs and redesigns language, creates its own grammar, works with nonlinearity, conscious incompleteness, imperfection and unreadability. and it does this to figure out how to write as honestly as possible. the story is a decision – to write things as they are and as one likes them. by taking inspiration in teen literature, diary novels, internet forums, blogs and automatic writing, a kind of "parody" of the book is created. and it does so by the demontration narrative about friendship, educational system, mental health, searching for a home, escaping into the wild and fitting into the social system
Extension of Mobile Application Don't Panic
Snopek, Matúš ; Kapinus, Michal (referee) ; Chlubna, Tomáš (advisor)
The aim of the work is to create an extension to the mobile application \textit{Nepanikar}, which helps users suffering from various mental illnesses. The extension should includes extending the already existing functionality of recording users' moods, then visualizing them using graphs and heatmaps, displaying them in a register of mood records, as well as enhancing specific records. A dark mode is also to be added to give the app a more aesthetically pleasing appearance. The extensions are meant to give users better tools to manage mental health issues.
Marketing Campaign Proposal for a Selected Non-Profit Company
Terschová, Daniela ; Vaňková, Markéta (referee) ; Kaňovská, Lucie (advisor)
The thesis deals with the topic of marketing and its use in the field of non-profit organizations. In the first part, the theoretical background is defined, focusing on the broad and nowadays very topical topic of marketing, services and last but not least, the thesis focuses on the topic of non-profit organizations. In the second part of the thesis a selected non-profit company is described and the necessary analyses are made. In the last part of the thesis, based on the obtained data, suggestions for improving the marketing activities of the selected company are elaborated.
Support for students with mental health disorders at a selected high school
Hejhalová, Tereza ; Machovcová, Kateřina (advisor) ; Zicha, Zbyněk (referee)
1 ABSTRACT The thesis focuses on the occurrence of mental disorders in adolescents and the provision of support through school counseling services. This topic is current and requires extensive discussion and increased public attention due to the growing issue of mental health problems among young people. The aim of the thesis is not only to clarify but also to describe in detail the issue of mental disorders in adolescents, with a special focus on school counseling centers and their staff. The theoretical part of the thesis presents an analysis of basic concepts related to health, adolescence, and mental disorders. It also includes a list of the most common mental disorders occurring in this age group. In addition, it provides a detailed analysis of the school counseling system, which provides a deeper insight into the structure and organization of the support provided. The practical part of the thesis utilizes qualitative research, which includes observations of the school environment, analysis of school documents, and interviews with school counseling center staff. These methods allow for an insight into the practical aspect of providing help and support to students with mental disorders in the selected school environment. The research section focuses on a detailed analysis of the counseling services...
Psychohygiene of a paramedic
This study focuses on the psychohygiene of emergency medical responders, aiming to understand the professional demands on their mental health and well-being. The work analyzed stress factors, burnout syndrome, and mental health, examining the influence of stress on individuals and the importance of mental hygiene and self-care. The main objective was to ascertain the perception of psychological demands among emergency medical responders in prehospital care. The theoretical part of the study addresses issues of mental disorders, the influence of stress, and its effects on emergency medical responders. The practical section sought answers to predetermined hypotheses through research. The research was based on a questionnaire survey distributed among emergency medical responders. Based on the findings, it was observed that many responders experience stressful situations related to their work, which can have a negative impact on their mental health and well-being. We found no significant difference in the perception of psychological demands between genders. There was no difference in the perception of psychological demands based on length of practice. We also identified various activities that emergency medical responders engage in for their mental hygiene. The results indicate that providing support for stress management and mental health care is crucial for emergency medical responders in their professional lives. The conclusions of this study may contribute to a better understanding of responders' needs and the support of their mental health and well-being in the workplace. In the conclusion of the bachelor's thesis, in addition to summarizing the research results and evaluating the fulfillment of objectives, recommendations for current practice among emergency medical responders are provided. These recommendations are derived from the findings and can serve as a practical guide for improving the care of mental health among emergency medical responders in their professional environment.
Behind the Mental Hospital Walls: Internal and External Spaces of Mental Health Treatments
Macejková, Eva ; Pišteková, Danica (referee) ; Mitášová, Monika (advisor)
Múr Brut is a continuation of the discussion on the topic of how the environments of institutions initiate and shape a specific reading of various activities, affecting the relationships and ties between the environment, staff and patients. Questions of power, choice, surveillance, control, and especially the negotiation of spatial boundaries between them are present throughout the book, and that was the driving force for me. The project also examines the domestic context of Slovakia and tries to find out where the possible reason for the stagnation of space in these institutions lies. Subsequently, it presents variations of the possibilities of intervention in the existing sediments, and at the same time outlines a possible positive pattern.
Fejko, Matyáš ; Plášil, Jiří (referee) ; Boháč, Ivo (advisor)
Design of a community center for the city of Vyškov with a focus on supporting and improving the quality of life for disabled or socially disadvantaged persons and people with autism spectrum disorders. The proposal itself includes both the creation of a new community center and the completion of the public space and connection to the castle garden.
How people with mental health problems perceive the conditions that make it easier or harder for them to participate in organised leisure activities?
The master's thesis presents the results of a qualitative research interviewing five respondents with mental health issues or psychiatric disorders. Respondents share their experiences with organized leisure activities, both past and ongoing. The research aims to describe how respondents perceive the conditions of organized leisure activities that facilitate or hinder their participation. Five main themes were identified in the respondents' statements: educators' approach, activity organisation and rules, evaluation or criticism, the environment, and parental attitudes. The research findings can assist leisure educators in understanding the experiences of individuals with mental health challenges. This understanding, coupled with empathy and a willingness to adopt an individualized approach, provides people with mental health issues a better chance to experience meaningful leisure time.

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