National Repository of Grey Literature 161 records found  1 - 10nextend  jump to record: Search took 0.00 seconds. 
STU Innovation Center, BA internal transformation
Tamaši, Ladislav ; Boháč,, Ivo (referee) ; Šindlar, Jiljí (advisor)
The assignment of the bachelor's thesis is the proposal of the Innovation Center for the Slovak Technical University (hereinafter referred to as STU) in Bratislava. The work is based on the architectural study of the subject AG033, which, however, was largely revised based on the expansion of information from the management of the STU faculties. The site of the proposed building is located in the inner block, which consists of four existing STU faculty buildings. The complex of these buildings stands right in the centre of the capital city, which means that not only the building of the innovation center itself, but also its surrounding public spaces, or inner block. According to the requirements of the assignment, the innovation center should serve not only the needs of the university but also as a platform for cooperation between the private, public and scientific sectors. It is also supposed to promote not only STU but also technology as such and attract a wide range of people. Therefore, the spatial content of the innovation center is very wide. There are laboratories, the office of the rector's office, rentable premises, lecture halls, libraries and a study room.
The possibilities of home care from the perspective of nurses and the general public
This bachelor thesis is focused on the awareness of nurses and the general public about the services of home health care agencies. The work is divided into two parts, theoretical and practical. The theoretical part includes the issue of home care and the characteristics of the role of nurses in home care. The results obtained in the research investigation are processed and evaluated in the practical part. Four objectives have been chosen for the bachelor thesis which focus on the awareness of nurses and the general public about the possibilities of home care. The research part was divided into four groups. First two groups were focused on nurses, where nurses from inpatient sectors were in the first group of respondents and nurses from outpatient sectors were in the second group. The other two groups were aimed at the general public, with the third group of respondents being the general public and the fourth group being clients currently treated by a home care agency. To meet the objectives, a semi-structured interview was chosen which included eighteen questions for nurses and twelve questions for patients. It is evident from the results focused on the group of nurses, that only nurses who are directly involved in the process, have detailed information about home care options. Furthermore, in the inpatient wards, nurses perceives lack of time and unresolved contractual relations with insurance companies as major barriers in the process of referring clients to home care agencies. From the results aimed at a group of the general public who have never personally encountered the service, awareness is very marginal. In contrast, clients treated by a home care agency have a greater awareness. Submitted thesis provides a better understanding of home care, identifies gaps in awareness among nurses and the general public, highlights the problems encountered during the collaboration between the home care agency and the referring facility.
Yellowhammer dialects and citizen science
Diblíková, Lucie ; Petrusková, Tereza (advisor) ; Linhart, Pavel (referee) ; Osiejuk, Tomasz S. (referee)
Bird dialects, the cultural phenomena that can be linked to migration, gene flow, speciation and cultural evolution, have been studied extensively. The yellowhammer Emberiza citrinella, a common European bird with a simple song and long singing season, has been a model species for studying dialects for decades. In this thesis, I collate several studies that benefited from citizen science approaches to push this field forward. First, we have compiled and unified information on yellowhammer dialect distribution scattered in numerous publications, and unified different dialect nomenclatures used in the past. We supplemented this with data available thanks to volunteers contributing to public databases and other online sources, and demonstrated that the continental distribution patterns of yellowhammer dialects do not support the existence of broad, geographically distinct macrodialect groups as previously believed. In 2011, as part of the Bird of the Year campaign of the Czech Society of Ornithology, we launched a year-long public awareness project "Dialects of Czech Yellowhammers". Its first year's results exceeded expectations in quality and quantity, so a one-year, conservation-focused citizen science project became a long-term, investigative one. In subsequent years, improvements to the web user...
The Private and the Public in the Work of Libuše Jarcovjáková
Matějková, Kateřina ; Magidová, Markéta (advisor) ; Vartecká, Anna (referee)
The bachelor thesis is dedicated to the interpretation of the work of the Czech female photographer Libuše Jarcovjáková and aims to emphasize its importance and uniqueness for Czech and world photography. The theoretical part introduces the author, her cultural background, consisting of important personalities of the Czechoslovak art scene, and her still- evolving work and projects. It offers an insight into the world of photography through the search for similarities and differences with the work of Nan Goldin, with whom she is often compared in the Czech and foreign context. It focuses mainly on the work from the 1970s and 1980s, presented in the author's book Černé roky (The Black Years), its setting in the contemporary context, and the interpretation of selected photographs in terms of form and content. The interpretation focuses mainly on the search for the boundaries of the private and public, the issue of censorship and self-censorship, and the projection of these influences into the author's photographs. The didactic part of the thesis is a pedagogical project combining the knowledge and experience from the theoretical and practical parts of the work. It focuses on introducing students to documentary photography, the work of Libuše Jarcovjáková, and the awareness of their own approach to...
The non-professional public perception of the nurse occupation
Chvojková, Kateřina ; Marsová, Jana (advisor) ; Hejzlarová, Lenka (referee)
The work deals with the theme of perception of the nurse job by public. The objective of the work is to find out what awareness of the present work of nurse is with a view of contact of job of nurse, her personal experience and at the same time the experience of neighbourhood of the respondent and with the view of the personal feature of nurse. The objective is also to conduct a survey of factors having influence on opinion of public about job of nurse. In the theoretical part the attention is paid to the definition of the term nurse especially in the connection with its relation to nursing. The overview of the historical development of nurse from the beginning of Christianity until the first half of the 19th century is presented and furthermore it is presented the origin and development of the professional nursing including the situation in Czechia. A special attention is paid to the prestige of the nurse job including the influence of the public on its formation and also the role of the mass media at forming the public meaning is dealt with. In the empiric part of the work the objectives of the work are formulated. The results of the questionnaire investigation are illustratively depicted with help of tables and figures. In the conclusion the results of the research are summarized including the...
Citizens participation in the town life on a case study in Mnichovice
Pecková, Petra ; Mička, Pavel (advisor) ; Frič, Pavol (referee)
The civic participation is an active approach of the citizen who has possibility of using more or less formalized tools to influence public affairs. This diploma thesis "Citizens participation in the town life on a case study in Mnichovice" will deal with civic participation in a small town close to Prague - Mnichovice. The level of participation will be analyzed by the OECD (information, consultation, active participation) town hall uses, what factors influence participation rates, what motivates people to engage in participation and what discourages vice versa and which particular forms of cooperation with citizens are effective for local public administration. The theoretical part of this diploma thesis deals with the historical development of civil participation in decision making processes, analyzes legislation of the Czech Republic to describe the theoretical participation and engagement in different types of participation in the various approaches and finally explores options of participation in a small town with 3200 residents, which is located in the suburbia of Prague, 30 km south-east from the center of the capitol city. The practical part of this diploma thesis will be to analyze the various stakeholders in the community, analyze town hall attitude towards civic participation and...
Rural section of the Bohemia bewspapers up to 1850s
Vodičková, Radka ; Sekera, Martin (advisor) ; Köpplová, Barbara (referee)
The bachelor thesis "Rural section of the Bohemia newspapers up to 1850s" analyses the thematic content and news frequency from the countryside and places that the German written newspapers Bohemia published during the introduced period. In the beginning the thesis describes the historical, cultural and political connection in the Czech countries, shows the bourgeoisie life and its customs and social changes. It introduces the media area of this period. It focuses closely on progress of the Bohemia newspapers, its content, interest and activity. It focuses on the rural section of Bohemia, which started to appear in a separate section from the year 1837. The quantitative analysis of the rural section describes the gradual frequency and the changes of the medial contents depending on the political and social situation.
Kids news - Czech television children chanel ČT: D newscat
Králová, Hana ; Wolák, Radim (advisor) ; Šírová, Tereza (referee)
This thesis deals with programs for children and news for children on public channel ČT: D, which broadcasts from August 2013. Individual chapters are focused on public TV in Europe, and their children's news. Children's news are set in a European context of children's shows. The thesis includes two studies, quantitative content analysis of show Zprávičky within two months - from October to November 2013, and qualitative research through in-depth interviews with ten respondents representing the target audience of channel ČT: D. Quantitative content analysis focuses on the themes of children's news, how much time is devoted to such topics, and whether the messages are really focused on their audience, the children. Qualitative analysis through in-depth interviews with respondents investigated the children's views on the agenda of news items that show watching on topics that kids want, watching the news affects daily life. Keywords News, Decko, CT:D, public, television, kids, children, report, Czech television, CBBC, KiKA, european

National Repository of Grey Literature : 161 records found   1 - 10nextend  jump to record:
Interested in being notified about new results for this query?
Subscribe to the RSS feed.