Diplomová práce / info:eu-repo/semantics/masterThesis
Osoba oponující práci:
The aim of this diploma thesis is the preparation and foundation of the Students' Union of the University of Economics in Prague, which is done by Soft systems methodology. In order to achieve this aim, the thesis elaborates a theory of student organizations and student unions in the Czech Republic. It also compares a set of rules governing student organizations at chosen Czech universities with chosen foreign universities. The result of this comparison is that chosen foreign universities have more systematic policies towards their student organizations. The research part of this thesis contains Analysis two (social) and Analysis three (political) from the Soft systems methodology. The results of the research contains defined set of roles, norms, values and a distribution of power in the environment of student organizations at University of Economics. Practical part of the thesis brings two complete learning cycles of the Soft systems methodology including root definitions, CATWOE and models of purposeful activity. Based on these two learning cycles, the thesis defines the general limits of Soft system methodology for the foundation of student union at Czech universities.
Students' Union of the University of Economics in Prague; PQR formula; Student union; Student organization; University of Economics, Prague; Peter Checkland; Fraternities; Purposeful activity model; CATWOE; Soft systems methodology; Student club; Root definition; SSM; Soft system; Learning cycle