|doc. dr. sc. Dario Pavić|
Born in 1977. in Split, Croatia. In 2002 he graduated in philosophy and sociology at the Centre for Croatian Studies, University of Zagreb, and received his PhD from the Faculty of Science, University of Zagreb (PhD in biology ) in 2010, with the thesis "Sex ratio at birth in Croatia 1946-2008: an analysis of population and environmental factors". He attended the University of California, Berkeley, Department of Demography (Junior Faculty Development Program, one semester) and the summer school at University of Utrecht. He participated in two research projects ("Media influence on Croatian family" and "Evolutionary Naturalism and the problem of moral knowledge"), and two projects headed by Ministry of Science and Education (Implementation of EU Agenda for Adult Education 2015-2017, and 2017-2019). Dr Pavic has published papers in national and international scientific journals and has participated in several international scientific conferences in Croatia and the United States. He has given several invited lectures. The areas of his scientific interest are demography, reproductive ecology, the application of statistical programs, teaching scientific communication and lifelong learning.
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Lončar, S. & Pavić, D. (2020). Areas with Abandoned and Vacant Properties in Croatia. A Plea for Recognition, Research, Policies and the Development of Regeneration Strategies. Etnološka tribina : Godišnjak Hrvatskog etnološkog društva, 50(43): 197-237.
Pavić, D. (2020). A review of environmental and occupational toxins in relation to sex ratio at birth, Early Human Development 141.
Pavić, D. & Ivanović, I. (2019). Razlike u prikupljanju migracijskih podataka: usporedba Hrvatske i odabranih europskih zemalja [The Differences in Migration Data Collection: A Comparison between Croatia and Selected European Countries], Migracijske i etničke teme, 35 (1): 7-32.
Pavić, D. & Černja, I. (2019). How to measure digital literacy? A case of Croatian adult learners. Petra Bago, Ivana Hebrang Grgić, Tomislav Ivanjko, Vedran Juričić, Željka Miklošević & Helena Stublić (Eds.), INFuture 2019: Knowledge in the digital age, 222-229, Zagreb: FFPress
Pavić, D. & Černja, I. (2019). Job satisfaction of teachers in primary adult education in Croatia: portrait on the eve of educational reform, International Journal of Lifelong Education, 38(5): 553-565.
Černja, I. & Pavić, D. (2018) Samoprocjene kompetencija nastavnika u osnovnom obrazovanju odraslih [Self-Assessment of Competences of Adult Primary Education Teachers], Andragoški glasnik, 22 (2): 23-33.
Pavić, D (2015). Secular Trends and Geographical Variations in Sex Ratio at Birth, Early Human Development, 91 (12): 811-815.
Pavić, D. (2014). Trend i čimbenici izvanbračnih rođenja u Hrvatskoj od 1998. do 2012. godine [Trend and Factors of Non-Marital Births in Croatia 1998–2012], Revija za sociologiju, 44(2): 139-162.
Pavić, D. (2014). Sex ratio in Croatia: update, Collegium antropologicum, 38(2): 559-563.
Pavić, D. (2014). Dinamika fertiliteta etničkih skupina u Hrvatskoj od 1998. do 2012 [Fertility Dynamics of Ethnic Groups in Croatia from 1998 to 2012], Migracijske i etničke teme, 30(1): 67-93.
Pavić, D. (2013). Natalitet etničkih skupina u Hrvatskoj od 1998. do 2008. godine [Birth Rates of Ethnic Groups in Croatia from 1998 to 2008], Migracijske i etničke teme, 29(1): 39-62.
Pavić, D. (2012). Factors affecting sex ratio at birth in Croatia 1998-2008, Journal of Biosocial Science, 44 (3): 357-364.
Pavić, D. (2011). An analysis of sex ratio at birth in Croatia 1946 – 2007, Društvena istraživanja, 20 (1): 151-165
Hrvatski studiji Sveučilišta u Zagrebu pokrenuti su i ustrojeni 16. studenoga 1992., isprva samo kao dvosemestralni Sveučilišni komparativni studij hrvatske filozofije i društva. Taj je program potom preoblikovan u program redovitog četverogodišnjeg studija.Address: Borongajska cesta 83d, Zagreb (map)