Dalibor Doležal, PhD

Assistant Professor
Department Of Criminology

Phone: +385 (0)1 245 7557
E-mail:
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Consultations: room 46
Scientific bibliography (IRB)

Assistant Professor
Department Of Criminology

Phone: +385 (0)1 245 7557
E-mail:
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Consultations: room 46
Scientific bibliography (IRB)

Courses

  • Criminal Career and Criminal Lifestyle
  • Seminars in Criminology I & II
  • Criminology
  • Prison Management

Education

2001 - Graduated from the Faculty of Education and Rehabilitation Sciences, University of Zagreb

2009 - Graduated with PhD degree from the Faculty of Education and Rehabilitation Sciences, University of Zagreb
Title of the PhD dissertation: "Criminal Career and Criminal Lifestyle"

Scientific interests

  • Criminal career
  • Criminal lifestyle
  • Developmental criminology
  • Organized crime

Projects

International: 4 (associate)

National: 4 (associate), 1 (leader)

Professional activities

  • Published 5 expert papers and participated and/or lectured at 13 professional conventions
  • Active participation in the work of the Croatian Association of Criminology, Croatian Association of Social Pedagogists, Network of Young Scientists, and European Society of Criminology
  • Completed education in Psychotherapy Cybernetics, obtained certificate of the practitioner of Psychotherapy Cybernetics, School of Psychotherapy Cybernetics at the Department of Psychiatry of the School of Medicine in Zagreb
  • Completed education in Neuro-Linguistic Programming, obtained certificate "Certified Practitioner of the Art and Science of Neuro-Linguistic Programming", Zagreb Informatics Centre, Zagreb
  • Since 2011, member of the Commission for Monitoring and Coordination of Addiction Prevention Programmes for Children and Youth in the Social Welfare System
  • Received the scholarship of the Junior Faculty Development Program (JFDP) intended for scientific and teaching development of the teaching staff at some of US universities under the sponsorship of the US Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs