Inga Tomić-Koludrović, PhD
Inga Tomić-Koludrović is a Head of Department of Sociology, University of Zadar and President of Croatian Sociological Association.
Her research focus is mostly on contemporary sociological theory, globalization, culture and identity, creative economy, cultural policy, urban studies, new media and technologies, modernization processes in transition countries and lifestyle. In her theoretical research she focuses on cultural sociology and sociological theory while her empirical research is centered mostly on women and young people in the Croatian society. She has been Fulbright fellow at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Comparative Media Studies program) and Boston College (Sociology Department).
Some of her previous research projects include: “Croatian Society: Identity, Mobility and New Technologies” (Principal investigator; funded by the Croatian Ministry of Science, Education, and Sports 2007-2012); “Values for the Creative Economy: The Role of Education” (Investigator; funded by Austrian Science and Research Liaison Office – ASO 2006-2007); “New Media: Sociological, Aesthetic and Technological Aspects” (Principal investigator, funded by the Croatian Ministry of Science, Education, and Sports 2001-2006); “Creative Cities” (Investigator; funded by the British Council, UKSEE Forum, 2004-2006); “New Media and New Political Space in Transition Countries” (funded by the British Council andCroatian Ministry of Science and Technology, 2001-2003).
Publications & References
- Tomić-Koludrović, I./Petrić, M. (2007) "From Transitional to Mixed Society: Croatia between Two Modernizations", u La questione adriatica e l'allargamento dell'Unione europea, Milano: Franco Angeli, str. 127-161. PDF
- Tomić-Koludrović, I./Petrić, M. (2007) "New Cultural Tourists in a Southeastern European City: The Case of Split", u The Creative City: Crossing Visions and New Realities in the Region, Zagreb: Institute for International Relations, str. 125-150. PDF
- Tomić-Koludrović, I./Petrić, M. (2005) "Creative Industries in Transition: Towards a Creative Economy", u The Emerging Creative Industries in Southeastern Europe, Zagreb: Institut za međunarodne odnose, str. 7-23.
- Petrić, M./Tomić-Koludrović, I. (2005) "Creative City vs. Kulturstadt: Implications of Competing Policy Formulations", u The Emerging Creative Industries in Southeastern Europe , Zagreb: Institut za međunarodne odnose. str. 127-156.
- Petric, M./ Tomic -Koludrovic, I./Mitrovic, I. (2004), "Metanarratives and Believable Behavior of Autonomous Agents", u Regulated Agent-Based Social Systems, Berlin, Heidelberg, New York : Springer-Verlag, str. 145-155.
- Tomić-Koludrović, I./Petrić, M. (2004): "Identities on the Net: Gender and National Stereotypes on Croatian Broad-Reach Portals", Društvena istraživanja 13 (4-5): 803-823. http://hrcak.srce.hr/file/24576
- Tomić-Koludrović I./Petrić, M./Mitrović, I. (2002) "Mixed Reality or One Reality: A Socio-Semiotic Approach to Hybrid Multiagent Environments", JASSS The Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation, 5, 1; (40-55). http://jasss.soc.surrey.ac.uk/5/1/6.html
- Leburić, A./Tomić-Koludrović, I. (2002) "Croatian youth at the beginning of 2000: signs of new politicisation", u Flying over or falling through the craks? Young people in the risk society, Ljubljana: Office for the Youth of the Republic of Slovenia, str. 59-66. PDF
- Tomić-Koludrović, I./Leburić, A. (2002) "Lifestyle or survival strategy: Croatian youth in the late 1990s", u Flying over or falling through the cracks? young people in the risk society, Ljubljana: Office for Youth of the Republic of Slovenia, str. 113-119. PDF
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- Office: Zadar, Croatia
contemporary sociological theory, globalization, culture and identity, creative economy, cultural policy and urban studies, new media and technologies