COMPARATIVE CRIMINOLOGY:
Comparative Criminology
Comparative Criminology
Study: Civil Law - 9. semester
Commercial Law - 9. semester
Constitutional-Administrative - 9. semester
Criminal Law - 9. semester
International Law - 9. semester
The European Union Law - 9. semester
Code: 186929
ECTS: 4.0
Course coordinators: prof. dr. sc. Davor Derenčinović
prof. dr. sc. Anna-Maria Getoš Kalac
Lecturers: doc. dr. sc. Reana Bezić - Lectures
Exam dates:
  • 29. 08. 2022.
  • 12. 09. 2022.
Exam registration: Studomat
Basic data
Comparative Criminology Civil Law - 9. semester
Commercial Law - 9. semester
Constitutional-Administrative - 9. semester
Criminal Law - 9. semester
International Law - 9. semester
The European Union Law - 9. semester
4.0 186929
Lecturer in charge Consultations Location
prof. dr. sc. Davor Derenčinović Trg Republike Hrvatske 14, room 41/II
prof. dr. sc. Anna-Maria Getoš Kalac

Mondays at 12,15 on-site at Trg N.Š. Zrinskog 17

Trg Nikole Šubića Zrinskog 17, room 12/I
Lecturer Consultations Location
doc. dr. sc. Reana Bezić (Lectures) Gundulićeva 10, room 12/I
Literature
Smith, C. J., Zhang, S. X., Barberet, R.; Routledge Handbook of International Criminology; Routledge International Handbooks (2011), str. 552
Getoš Kalac, A.-M., Albrecht, H.-J., Kilchling, M.; Mapping the Criminological Landscape of the Balkans. A Survey on Criminology and Crime with an Expedition into the Criminal Landscape of the Balkans; Berlin: Max-Planck-Gesellschaft zur Foerderung der Wissenschaften e.V. in coop. with Duncker Humblot. (2014), str. 540
Aas, Katja F.; Globalization Crime. SAGE.; SAGE (2013), str. 1304
Farrington, David P.; Cross-national comparative research on criminal careers, risk factors, crime and punishment. European Journal of Criminology, Vol. 12(4), pp. 386-399.; European Journal of Criminology, Vol. 12(4) (2015), str. 386-399
Michael Rocque et al.; A comparative, cross-cultural criminal career analysis; European Journal of Criminology, Vol. 12(4) (2015), str. 400-419
Junger-Tas et al.; The Many Faces of Youth Crime; Springer (2010), str. 376
Description
The main objective of this Course is to explore existing methods of studying crime on a global scale, and discuss various types of criminal and deviant behaviour that occur in isolated group contexts as well as those crimes that transcend country boundaries. It also will assess various strategies designed to address these acts of crime on a national as well as transnational level. The Course uses comparative methodology to highlight similarities and differences between and within legal traditions. It also will assess the different criminology researches and their outcomes and how these can inform criminal law reform in a national and global context. The Course will be taught as combination of lecturing and discussion of the course content in class, and it will be organized in interactive forum.
Exam dates
29. 08. 2022.
12. 09. 2022.