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Patterns of social network use in young adults with an eating disorder at the Anabell Center
Sloviaková, Kateřina ; Šťastná, Lenka (advisor) ; Pavelcová, Zuzana (referee)
Background: Social networks are a phenomenon of today's time. Current scientific research is devoted to the possible effects of using social networks. One of the serious impacts is the effect on self-perception and the negative consequences resulting from it, such as anxiety about appearance, comparison, dissatisfaction with one's body. This can become one of the factors in the development of eating disorders, or negatively influence their course. Aims: The aim of the research was to describe the patterns of social media use among young adults with eating disorders attending the Anabell Center. Another goal of the research was to focus on possible excessive use of social networks and addiction to them. The research also aimed to explore interactions between social media use and eating disorders. Sample: The sample was selected through intentional purposive sampling across institutions. Clients from the Anabell Center aged 20-35 years were contacted in the spring of 2022 via email request. Nineteen interested women responded and all were included in the study. Methods: A qualitative type of research was chosen. Two methods were chosen for data collection. The questionnaire included data on eating disorders and health status, the Social Media Addiction Scale diagnostic tool, and sociodemographic...
Self-concept of a child with specific learning disorders at first grade of primary school
Šrůmová, Zuzana ; Uhlířová, Jana (advisor) ; Stará, Jana (referee)
Thesis focuses on self conception of primary school children impaired by specific learning disabilities. Based on case histories of nine children it states factors influencing the building of a self concept, and also follows a development of monitored children. The theoretic section defines a conceptual framework based on characteristics of a preadlolescent child with specific regard to her/his sensoric, cognitive and emotional development, with regard to development of child's self concept and to specific learnind disabilities in general. It describes the stage of children's development and learning disorders they are afflicted by. The practical section of the thesis describes case histories of nine pupils (and their development), which the author of the thesis followed for two years. The group consists of 9 pupils (2 girls and 7 boys). The thesis gives a thorough view on self conception of monitored children, their positionin the school group and areas of succes, it shows the individuality of each child's personality and his/her life story.
Forming of Vojvodina`s Hungarians national identity in the literary and publicistic works in the period between the world wars
Matela, Matěj ; Gál, Eugen (advisor) ; Pelikán, Jan (referee)
The purpose of this bachelor work is to present the evolution of creating the national identity of Hungarians in Vojvodina in the period between the two world wars and especially their literary activities. The first part of the work is focused on the historical and social situation of Hungarians in former Yugoslavia, i.e. what ways has their life changed after the ratification of the Treaty of Trianon and incorporation to the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes, further on the outline of political rights, situation in education etc. The following chapter presents a picture of literary and publicist activities. The main literary movements are defined in this part of the work and the crucial journals, anthologies and the most important personalities, who used to form the cultural life in Vojvodina in the between-war period, are stated there. The conclusion of the bachelor work, based upon fiction, publicist texts and using the scientific literature (especially works written by Hungarian authors acting in Vojvodina), is dedicated to the main theme, i.e. the creation of national identity of Hungarians living in the between-war Yugoslavia, or more precisely to the view of these personalities of the existence of Vojvodina`s literature and personal national/regional identity.
Self-concept of a child with specific learning disorders at first grade of primary school
Šrůmová, Zuzana ; Uhlířová, Jana (advisor) ; Stará, Jana (referee)
Thesis focuses on self conception of primary school children impaired by specific learning disabilities. Based on case histories of nine children it states factors influencing the building of a self concept, and also follows a development of monitored children. The theoretic section defines a conceptual framework based on characteristics of a preadlolescent child with specific regard to her/his sensoric, cognitive and emotional development, with regard to development of child's self concept and to specific learnind disabilities in general. It describes the stage of children's development and learning disorders they are afflicted by. The practical section of the thesis describes case histories of nine pupils (and their development), which the author of the thesis followed for two years. The group consists of 9 pupils (2 girls and 7 boys). The thesis gives a thorough view on self conception of monitored children, their positionin the school group and areas of succes, it shows the individuality of each child's personality and his/her life story.
Experience of primary school pupils with learning difficulties
JIŘIČKOVÁ, Renata
The topic of the diploma theses are specific learning difficulties. It specialises in experience with specific learning difficulties of pupils of upper primary schools. The diploma theses is divided into two parts, four chapters. The first chapter is focused on specific learning difficulties. The second part deals with occurence of specific learning difficulties. The third chapter deals with self image of pupils with learning difficulties. The practical part concentrates on a research. It finds out how pupils of upper primary schools understand their difficulties in learning. It finds out how much they reflect them, if the difficulties affect their self confidence, their integration into the group. The core of the theses is the work with the individual interviews, their analyses, interpretation.
The Portrayal and Self-Image of Holden Caulfield of The Catcher in the Rye
FIBINGEROVÁ, Aneta
The aim of the thesis is to analyze the two possible views on Holden Caulfield, the protagonist of J.D. Salinger?s The Catcher in the Rye ? his self-image and his portrayal. The self-image discussion will be based on Holden?s own perception of himself (with his statements and fantasies being the source of information), while the portrayal will be analyzed from more objective point of view. The focus of the portrayal will be the discussion of Holden?s motivation and the influence of his attitude and his family on the situation he finds himself in.
The Relationship between Self-concept and Level of Perceived Stress in University Students
MAJDIČOVÁ, Petra
The thesis deals with the issue of self-concept and stress. Determination of theoretical links focuses on defining of basic concepts connected with this issue. University studies are considered a demanding and stressful situation that can cause a wide range of problems in some students. There are considerable interindividual differences in stress perception - the personality can either create various defense mechanisms against critical situations or can cope with them by means of constructive perception and actions. The objective of the empirical part was to find out what is the relationship between self-concept of students of Faculty of Health and Social Studies in České Budějovice and perception and living stressful situations connected with their university study. Information necessary for quantitative research was obtained by the method of questioning. The technique applied was a questionnaire, filled in by students of both daily and combined studies. The research showed that there exists a moderate dependence between these two variables, which means that low values of self-concept and self-esteem correspond with high values of stress perception. It was also revealed that stress perception is associated mostly with an examination or a public speech of a student. This fact indicates that a situation that is directly. Thus it would be appropriate for students to know different techniques of preventing and coping with stress and they could try to reduce the tension or to eliminate stress through these techniques. Adequate self-image or self-concept is an important condition for psychical balance and satisfaction with own life and thus I believe that professional psychological care within psychological counseling at universities can contribute to solving the problem.
Philosophical Ethical Aspects of Upbringing and Education
VOJTĚCH, Milan
Substantiality and sense of the work is charting of the historical evolution of the affinity between and children and the indisputable qualitative movement towards child´s (or if zou like pupil´s) needs and possibilities. Within this evolution the work presents the board range of opinions and ways not only from the sections of pedagogy but psychology, philosophy and theology too. It showa obvious and less obvious mistakes and isufficiencies by many exemples, which perprtrate - in former times and nowadays - those who participate in the upbringing and education of children. They strive to afford (propose) some clues on how you can beware of those insufficiencies or how reduce them. There are many citations of importhant ideas of the front experts from out prenominant branches in this work, subserve for quiding for the author of the work.
Seniors in Society
SUCHOMELOVÁ, Věra
The thesis is aimed on the role of seniors in the society of the west type with the stress on the society in the Czech Republic. In the theoretical part there is discussed the problematic of active life-conception in old years as the important condition of social health of both senior-ladies and senior-men. In next section there are presented myths having the base in the oldness and there are outlined the possibilities that seniors have in this area in the Czech Republic. Further, in the work there are discussed main problems that seniors have in recent society preferring youthfulness and sexual activity.In the practical part of the thesis there are presented some significant results of the research ``Senior-women in Roman Catholic Church{\crqq} that surveys the active life-conception, life style and life-contentment of its members older than sixty five years. There is discussed the influence of dissimilarities having the base in the difference in education or social status of senior-women or whether they live in the city or in a small village.