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Vpliv tipa naselja na razmerje med spoloma v prostovoljnih gasilskih društvih po Sloveniji: primer Gasilske zveze Gorenjske : primer Gasilske zveze Gorenjske
Perdan, Manca (Author), Hočevar, Marjan (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window

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Abstract
Prostovoljno gasilstvo je pomembna oblika združevanja ljudi v Sloveniji. Namen prostovoljnih gasilskih društev je podpora celotni skupnosti, hkrati pa društva svojim članom in članicam nudijo tudi družabno funkcijo. Prostovoljna gasilska društva so razpršena po celotnem slovenskem ozemlju, kar pomeni tudi v različnih tipih naselja. V magistrski nalogi sem se osredotočila na področje Gorenjske. Cilja magistrske naloge sta ugotoviti, ali tip naselja vpliva na razmerje med spoloma v prostovoljnih gasilskih društvih in, ali se razlogi za vstop v prostovoljno gasilsko društvo in za nadaljnje delovanje v prostovoljnem gasilskem društvu razlikujejo med moškimi in ženskami ter med mestnimi in nemestnimi naselji. V empiričnem delu sem zbrala različne statistične podatke in izvedla anketo med polnoletnimi gasilkami in gasilci na Gorenjskem. Analiza statističnih podatkov je pokazala, da tip naselja ne vpliva na razmerje med spoloma v prostovoljnih gasilskih društvih. Tip naselja lahko vpliva na vključenost prebivalcev določenega območja v prostovoljna gasilska društva. Analiza ankete je pokazala, da se gasilci in gasilke po spolu in tipu naselja ne razlikujejo veliko, med najpomembnejšimi razlogi za vstop in nadaljnje delovanje v prostovoljnem gasilskem društvu sta druženje in operativna dejavnost.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:prostovoljna gasilska društva, mestna območja, nemestna območja, razmerje med spoloma
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Tipology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:FDV - Faculty of Social Sciences
Year:2020
Publisher:[M. Perdan]
Number of pages:76 str.
UDC:316.334:614.842(043.2)
COBISS.SI-ID:25394947 This link opens in a new window
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Secondary language

Language:English
Title:Influence of settlement type on gender ratio in volunteer firefighter services in Slovenia: the case of Gasilska zveza Gorenjke
Abstract:
Volunteer firefighting is an important form of bringing people together in Slovenia. Purpose of volunteer firefighter services is to support community, but at the same time they offer social function to their members. Volunteer firefighter services are located throughout Slovenian territory, which also means they are located in different types of settlement. In my master’s thesis, I focused on the area of Gorenjska. The goals of my master’s thesis are to determine whether type of settlement affects gender ratio in volunteer firefighter services and whether reasons for joining a volunteer firefighter service and for further activity in volunteer firefighter service differ between men and women and between urban and non-urban settlements. In the empirical part, I collected various statistical data and conducted a survey among adult volunteer firefighters in Gorenjska region. The analysis of statistical data showed that type of settlement does not affect gender ratio in volunteer firefighter services but can affect involvement of inhabitants of a certain area in volunteer firefighter services. The analysis of the survey showed that firefighters do not differ by gender nor type of settlement and that the most common reasons for joining volunteer firefighter service and for further activity in volunteer firefighter service are socializing and operational activities.

Keywords:volunteer firefighter services, urban settlements, rural settlements, gender ratio

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