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Researchers

MURAKAMI Kaoru

MURAKAMI Kaoru
Middle Eastern Studies Group, Area Studies Center


Research Field:
Turkish Studies, Family and Gender Studies

Education / Research Experience

Education:
B.A. in History, Tokyo University, 1990
M.A. in Urban and Environmental Studies, Ankara University, 1999

Professional Career:
Joined the IDE, 1990 April
Junior Overseas Researcher in Ankara, Turkey, 1994 December -1996 December
Area Studies Center, Middle Eastern Studies Group, 2003-2006
Senior Overseas Researcher in Istanbul, 2006 September-2007 September
Senior Overseas Researcher in New York, 2007 September-2008 September
Area Studies Center, Middle Eastern Studies Group, 2008 November-

Major Works

English
Turkish
  • "'Burada Aile Ortami' Var : Yoksul Kadinlarin Emek Surecine Katilimi ve Namus Kavrami", Gonul Pultar ve Tahire Erman (der.), Turk(iye) Kulturleri, Tetragon Yayinlari, 2005.
Japanese
  • “Reorganization of citizenship and government of the urban poor in Turkey,” Ajia Keizai, vol.55, no.2, 2014.
  • “Experiences of marriage, subsistence, and love among poor women in urban Turkey: a note for rethinking namus,” Ajia Keizai, vol.54, no.3, 2013.
  • "Social assistance and the urban poor in Turkey: politics over 'the deserving poor'", Ajia Keizai, vol.52, no.4, 2011.

Other Information

E-mail
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