Ulku Baturoglu Balci

Email: u.baturoglu-balci.1@research.gla.ac.uk

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Research title: Constituting Violence: Women's Experiences of Gender-Based Violence in Rural Scotland

Research Summary

Research Interests
  • Gender-based violence
  • Rural areas
  • Feminist theory
  • Qualitative research

Publications

Baturoğlu, Ü., & Çöllü, N. (2018). Reproduction and Idealization of Intensive Mothering: Blogger Mothers Example in Turkey. In L. Aydemir (ed.), Migration, Politics, Violence and Women’s Studies (pp. 489-500). Hamburg: Verlag Dr Kovac.

Grants

The Republic of Turkey Ministry of National Education, Postgraduate Research Scholarship

The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey (TÜBİTAK), 2018 Turkey Demographic and Health Survey, Postgraduate Scholarship

Conference

Baturoğlu, Ü. (2017, Nov. 30). From Marx to Feminist Standpoint Theory: Epistemological Inquiry of Knowledge and Politics. Turkish Social Sciences Association 15th National Social Sciences Conference, Ankara/Turkey.

Baturoğlu, Ü., & Çöllü, N. (2017, May. 20). Reproduction and Idealization of Intensive Mothering: Blogger Mothers Example in Turkey. International Berlin Conference of Social Science and Humanities, Berlin/Germany.

Additional Information

Previous Related Work Experience

Project Assistant (04.2018- 04.2019) - Hacettepe University Institute of Population Studies, 2018 Turkey Demographic and Health Survey (T-DHS)

Field Supervisor (10.2018-12.2018) - Hacettepe University Institute of Population Studies, 2018 Turkey Demographic and Health Survey (T-DHS)

Team Member (25.11.2016-10.12.2016) - UN Women, 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence, Ankara/Turkey

Volunteer Work (09.2015-10.2015) - Flying Broom Women’s Communication and Research Association, Ankara/Turkey

Volunteer Work (10.2013-12.2014) - We Will Stop Femicide Platform, Ankara/Turkey

 

Education

MS in Gender and Women's Studies, Middle East Technical University, Ankara/Turkey

Thesis Title: Petty Commodity Production in Agriculture Cannot Survive Without Women’s Labour: From the Standpoint of Rural Women’s Life Experiences in Turkey

BS in Sociology (Honour Degree), Middle East Technical University, Ankara/Turkey

 

Current Affiliations

Member of the Scottish Centre for Crime and Justice Research

Member of the International Society for the Study of Rural Crime

Member of the Violence Against Women and Girls Research Network

Member of the Gender-Based Violence Research Forum, University of Glasgow

Member of BSA Violence Against Women Study Group

Member of BSC Women, Crime and Criminal Justice Network (WCCJ)

Member of ESC Working Group on Rural Criminology (ERC)

Member of the European Network on Gender and Violence