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Surrogacy
Pašková, Katarína ; Frinta, Ondřej (advisor) ; Lederer, Vít (referee)
Surrogacy Abstract The thesis deals with the topic of surrogacy as one of the options for treatment of infertility in couples. It deals with the approach to surrogacy taken by the legislator in the Czech Republic and raises the question of whether the current legislation is appropriate. The thesis examines the proposition that in a globalized world, it is not effective to prohibit surrogacy, but it is more effective to define its legal limits to protect the fundamental values and persons concerned. The thesis first defines surrogacy and the basic terms associated with it. It deals with the legal regulation of surrogacy in the Czech Civil Code. It describes the whole process of surrogacy, the legislation that affects it and the risks that are associated with it. First, it deals with the question, whether the law at all allows artificial insemination of a surrogate mother. It also deals with the issues of determining parenthood of a child, adoption of a child and the admissibility of financial compensation to a surrogate mother. It examines whether it is possible to conclude a valid contract on surrogacy and whether artificial insemination of a surrogate mother can be covered by the public health insurance system. It deals with the effects of surrogacy on labour law and social security law. It draws attention...
Step-Motherhood in Czech Context
Skálová, Barbora ; Sokolová, Věra (advisor) ; Ezzeddine, Petra (referee)
The topic of this diploma thesis is stepmotherhood, specifically its implementation within relationships between women and men who already have a child or children. The basic motive of my work is to identify the construction of several conceptions that are considered natural, given or unchangeable, and which often represent very specific norms, especially dependent on gender. I define stepmotherhood here as a concept that in practice violates many cultural norms and which has the potential to enrich critical discussions about the family, reproduction and motherhood, and parenthood in general. My search is based on information gained through narrative interviews, which complement theoretical discussions representing the constructivist paradigm.
Left-handedness and its acceptance in contemporary education system and families
Svobodová, Libuše ; Vančata, Václav (advisor) ; Ehler, Edvard (referee)
TITLE: Left-handedness and its acceptance in contemporary education system and families AUTHOR: Libuše Svobodová DEPARTMENT: Department of Biology and Environmental Studies SUPERVISOR: doc. RNDr. Václav Vančata, CSc. ABSTRACT: The diploma thesis entitled Left-handedness and its acceptance in contemporary education system and families follows up and complements the bachelor thesis entitled The issue of left- handedness in the development of children and youth - history, present and perspectives. The first and second chapters of the theoretical part of the diploma thesis focus more deeply on the characteristics of left-handed writing styles, advantages and disadvantages of left-handed writing, suitable writing aids, classroom order, organization of work environment and writing methodology. The third chapter is devoted to laterality tests with a focus on the upper limb, lower limb, eye and ear, test tasks, their conditions and evaluation. The last fourth chapter of the theoretical part deals with the central nervous system, more precisely the brain and its asymmetric anatomy, function, control of upper limb movements and motor development of the upper limb. The practical part of the diploma thesis consists of five researches. The first research verifies the occurrence of left-handers in primary schools and...
Parenthood of people with Asperger syndrome
Štekerová, Lucie ; Němec, Zbyněk (advisor) ; Felcmanová, Lenka (referee)
This thesis focuses on adults with Asperger syndrome, more specifically on parenthood. As these people, just like everyone else, have a right to have children and become parents, this thesis deals with how people with Asperger syndrome themselves view this issue. The theoretical part first presents a description of Asperger syndrome, how it manifests and the process of diagnosis. Then the period of adolescence and adulthood is described. Finally, the thesis deals with the issue of supporting people with Asperger syndrome. The research part states the objective of the thesis which is to find out what parenthood and family means to people with Asperger's, and whether in the Czech Republic there is any form of support offered to these people regarding parenthood and raising children. The qualitative research method was selected for this thesis and the specific method of questioning, or more specifically, interviewing. The interviews were conducted remotely per the request of the respondents. Subsequently, the thesis presents a characteristic of the sample group which comprised adults with Asperger syndrome, then the process of data processing during which each statement was given a code which was then assigned to a specific category. The final part of the thesis presents the results. It has been...
Education and Development of the Child with Dual Sensory Disability from Mother's Point of View
Zvelebil, Maxmilián ; Květoňová, Lea (advisor) ; Šumníková, Pavlína (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with development and education in families with a child with dual sensory impairment, namely, from mother's point of view. The objective is to analyse stories of selected mothers of children with this particular disability, to explore the course of development and education involving deafblind children from different points of view (pedagogical, psychological etc.). The author of this thesis tries to find out about mothers' experiences and models of behaviour during pregnancy and afterwards. It focuses on acceptance of the disabled child within (and possibly outside) the family. In addition, the thesis explores reactions of mothers and others to a child with disability, it outlines the subsequent course of development and education in various periods of life. The particular emphasis is put on specific ways, by which these mothers developed their children during different activites (plays, conpensatory senses development, communication system development, independence of deafblind children etc.). It also describes developmental delays (emotional, social and cognitive functioning). Education options for deafblind are also mentioned. The stories are then compared to each other, as well as to selected literature from different countries. At the end of this thesis, practical...
Siblings of people with an impairment and his position in family
Šolaja, Tatiana ; Bartoňová, Miroslava (advisor) ; Hádková, Kateřina (referee)
This thesis discusses the topic of siblings of individuals with disabilities and their position in the family. The theoretical part aims to define family and its functions, specifics of a parent-child relationship, different kinds of nurturing of a child and also discusses the role of an intact sibling in the family with a child with disability. The second part of the theoretical chapter talks about the place of the child with special needs in the family and in the educational environment, presents different attitudes towards inclusive education, defines the disabilities that are relevant for our further research and presents specifics of living with a child with disability from the point of view of the intact sibling. The main aim of the research was to find out how the siblings themselves reflect on the impact of living with a child with disability on their own development and their future. This thesis was based on literature analysis and qualitative research with elements of grounded theory. The main research technique was an analysis of literature and unstructured interviews with five young adult siblings of individuals with disabilities. This method enabled us to gain a complex view of the specifics connected to living with a child with disability. The answers provided us information about the...
Functioning of Volunteering within the Family
Radová, Markéta ; Pospíšilová, Tereza (advisor) ; Frič, Pavol (referee)
The thesis focuses on the functioning of volunteering within the family. The theoretical part deals with the definition of concepts related to the definition of volunteering. This thesis also includes the search of foreign literature which is dedicated to the study of volunteering in the family. In the empirical part is applied a qualitative research which is performed by the method of grounded theory. In the thesis are employed in-depth interviews on members of three families in which more than one family member volunteers are actively involved. The aim of the thesis is to add a different point of view into the topic of transfer of volunteering in the family. This thesis points out the family dimension of volunteering which most studies nowadays marginalize. Exploring the transfer of volunteering in the family is able to provide a unique insight of how each member is aware of volunteering. It also considers how and for which reasons the family members are or are not committed to the volunteering.

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