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Ms Cansu Erdoğan Cengiz

Projektkoordinatorin Projekt Bruna+

E-Mail: cansu.erdogan@uni-bielefeld.de

Telephone: +49 521 106-87721

Focus
  • Care policies, (global) social policy, public policy, transnational migration, qualitative research

Education:

  • 2011-2015: Bachelor in Sociology (Major), Psychology (Minor), Koc University, Istanbul (BA Soziologie)
  • October 2014 - February 2015: Erasmus-Student, Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences, Eberhard Karls University of Tübingen
  • October 2015 - January 2019: Master's degree in Sociology, Bielefeld University
  • Since 2019: PhD Student at the BGHS (Bielefeld Graduate School in History and Sociology, Faculty of Sociology)

Career:

  • Since 2023: Research Associate at Bielefeld University, Medical School EWL (Department for General Practice and Family Medicine)
  • 2020-2023: Research Associate at Bielefeld University, Research Training Group "World Politics" (Bielefeld University, Faculty of Sociology)
  • August 2020 – September 2020: Resarch Assistant (Bielefeld University, Faculty of Sociology, Working Group 4: Politics and Society)
  • 2017-2020: Resarch Assistant (Bielefeld University, Faculty of Sociology, Working Group 4: Politics and Society)
  • Research Associate at the Project "Bruna+"

Projects:

  • BRUNA+
  • Erdoğan, C. The Long-term Care System in Turkey. CRC 1342 Social Policy Country Briefs, 2022(26), Bremen University. https://doi.org/10.26092/elib/1604
  • Erdoğan, C. Expanding Supplementary Voluntary Private Health Insurance in Turkey: How and Why?. Working paper series How 'Social' is Turkey?, 2020(5), Bielefeld University.
  • Öktem, K.G., Erdogan C. Between Welfare State and (State-organised) Charity: How Turkey's Social Assistance Regime blends two competing Policy Paradigms. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy 2020; 40(3/4): 205-219. https://doi.org/10.1108/IJSSP-11-2018-0217
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