PhDr. Eva Krulichová , Ph.D.
2017 - PhDr., rigorous examination
2016 - Ph.D., sociology, Faculty of Arts at Charles University
2012 - Mgr., sociology, Faculty of Arts at Charles University
2009 - Bc., sociology, Faculty of Arts at Charles University
juvenile delinquency, trust in justice, punitiveness, fear of crime
2014 - Quantitative analysis in SPSS, Faculty of Arts at Charles University
2013 - Sociology in practiceSociologie v praxi: How to prepare and implement your own research, Faculty of Arts at Charles University - lifelong learning course
2012-2015 - Chapters on Social Deviance for Erasmus students, Faculty of Arts at Charles University
2010-2011 - Faculty of Law and Criminal Justice, Univerzity in Lausanne, Switzerland
PhDr. Eva Krulichová, PhD. is a researcher in the Institute of Sociology of the Czech Academy of Sciences. Her research interests lie in the field of criminology. She focuses mainly on fear of crime, trust in criminal justice, punitive attitudes, juvenile delinquency and socio-spatial analysis of crime. She also cooperates with the Department of Sociology at the Faculty of Arts at Charles University and Institute of Criminology and Social Prevention in Prague. She published her articles in a number of impacted academic journals. She also co-authored the collective monographs Juvenile Delinquency: Trends and Determinants (2015), Regional Crime and its Impact on Quality of Life (2016) and How Are Czechs Doing in Contemporary Europe? (2018).