|Bojan Dekleva, Professor of criminology and theories of deviance; main research fields: street work, juvenile delinquency, drug use and drug programmes related evaluation, migration, homelessness|
Bojan Dekleva, professor of criminology and theories of deviance, is the head of the slovenian research group and the coordinator of doctoral study programme at the university of Ljubiljana. Research profile: street work, juvenile delinquency, drug use and drug programmes related evaluation, migration
- Dekleva, B., Zamecka, J. (2001). Are the differences in attitudes towards drugs related to different demand reduction structures and services? In: KENIS, Patrick, MAAS, Flip, SOBIECH, Robert (eds.). Institutional responses to drug demand in Central Europe: an analysis of institutional developments in the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovenia, (Public policy and social welfare, vol. 27). Aldershot [etc.]: Ashgate, cop. 341-369.
- Dekleva, B., Žorga, S. 2004). Children's parliaments in Slovenia. V: CRIMMENS, David (ur.). Having their say: young people's participation : European experiences. Lyme Regis: Russell House. BURIANEK, Jiri, DEKLEVA, Bojan, GRUSZCZYŃSKA, Beata, KALPAKOS, Vaidas, MARKINA, Anna, STEKETEE, Majone (eds.). Juvenile delinquency in six new EU member states : crime, risky behaviour and victimization in the capital cities of Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Lithuania, Poland and Slovenia. Utrecht: Verwey-Jonker Institut, cop. 190.