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The use of acupuncture in addiction treatment at the Department of Addictology 1.LF and VFN: the patients' point of view
Kozová, Johana ; Šťastná, Lenka (advisor) ; Hynková, Tereza (referee)
Backround: Acupuncture is classified as complementary and alternative medicine. It is a medical discipline that deals with the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of various diseases, including addictive diseases. In foreign clinics, especially in the USA, acupuncture is part of the treatment. According to foreign studies, acupuncture can help reduce cravings, improve coping with unpleasant withdrawal symptoms, reduce stress and anxiety, or improve sleep. Aim: The aim of the diploma thesis is to describe the subjective experiences of acupuncture sessions and their subjective significance in the recovery process. The research questions are focused on the experiences of acupuncture, how the respondents feel the influence of acupuncture on themselves and how this method can be used according to their experience in the treatment of addiction. Methods: A qualitative research method, a semi-structured interview, was chosen for data collection. The research group consists of 5 respondents. An interpretative phenomenological analysis was used to analyze the obtained data, which focuses on understanding the lived experience of a person and helps to examine more closely what meaning a certain person attributes to his experience. Results: The results from interviews with respondents are in the form of themes....
Alienation of Children from their Natural Environment - Changes in Middle Childhood
Vosátková, Lucie ; Jančaříková, Kateřina (advisor) ; Dlouhá, Jana (referee)
This thesis deals with a very topical issue. The theoretical part contains information relating to the alienation of children (human) from nature. The thesis offers an introduction to selected perspectives of human on nature in its history. There is described a relationship between man and nature, from a psychological point of view, clarified the term "alienation" or "alienating nature" and listed the expected consequences of this alienation. Attention is also focused on environmental sensitivity and summary of findings from previous research of alienating nature of children in the Czech Republic. Subject of interest is also the development of leisure activities and value preferences of Czech youth. In the research part of the thesis there is children's relationship to nature, based on the amount of their experiences in the natural environment, determinated by questionnaire survey. Comparison with the results of previous research findings showed that although the issue of alienation of children from nature is solved, the situation does not improve nor deteriorate. Equally interesting are the findings of a growing unsubstantiated fear of children in nature, but it does not have any effect on many experiences in the natural environment. A comparison of the results of the research also showed that...

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