Odjel za sociologiju

dr. sc. Ivan Puzek, Assistant Professor

Ivan Puzek, PhD
Assistant Professor
BSc.oec. (University of Graz, AT), mag. soc. (University of Zagreb), PhD (University of Zadar)

Department of Sociology
University of Zadar
Obala kralja Petra Krešimira IV, br. 2
23 000 Zadar
tel. 385(0) (0)23 200-681


Ivan Puzek is Assistant Professor at the Department of Sociology, University of Zadar. He received his PhD in 2017 in the field of sociology of local and regional development, with the thesis „Postmaterialism, environmental perception and environmental attitudes in an urban setting: multilevel analysis in the city of Split.“ His primary research interests are environmental sociology, social capital and social trust, quantitative research methods and reproducible research. He teaches academic courses related to scientific methodology and quantitative research methods.

List of published articles, reports and conference presentations

Selected projects:
(2021-...) Researcher on the project „Sustainable fisheries: social relations, identity and co-management of Adriatic fisheries resources“ (Croatian Science Foundation)
(2020-...) Researcher on the project „Impact of public policies at family and work life quality and demographic situation in Croatia – spaces of change“ (European social fund)
(2017-2021) Researcher on the project „GENMOD: Relational Gender Identities in Croatia: Modernization and Development Perspectives" (Croatian Science Foundation)
(2014-2016) Researcher on the project „Life Strategies and Survival Strategies of Households and Individuals in South-East European Societies in the Times of Crisis" (Swiss National Science Foundation)
(2011-2012) Research assistant on the project "Croatian Society: Identity, Mobility, and New Technologies " (Ministry of Science, Education and Sports)
(2010-2011) Researcher on the project „Behavioral tracking of HIV/AIDS" (Ministry of Science, Education and Sports)

Professional affiliations:
Member of the Editorial Board of the journal “Croatian Sociological Review”