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Dr. Safak Tartanoglu
- 2003 B.A. in Sociology, Ankara University, Ankara/Turkey
- 2007 M.A. in Labour Economics and Industrial Relations, Ankara University, Ankara/Turkey
- 2009-2015 Editorial Assistant, International Journal of Social Inquiry
- 2009-2016 Research and Teaching Assistant - Uludag University
- 2013-2016 Erasmus Programme Departmental Coordinator - Uludag University
- 2014 Ph.D. in Labour Economics and Industrial Relations, Uludag University, Bursa/Turkey
- Seit 04/2016 bis 03/2018 wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin und Postdoc Research Fellow am Lehrstuhl für Betriebswirtschaftslehre, insb. Arbeit, Personal und Organisation
- Work and employment relations
- sociology of work and management
- Gender and industrial relations
- labour market studies
- changes in work and organizations
- resistance and dissent in organizations
- representation at work
- employment relations and working conditions in call centers
- non-trade union worker organizations
- Tartanoglu, S. (2015), “Beyond Informality: Effectiveness of a New Actor For Representing Call Centre Workers in Turkey”, Industrial Relations Journal (IRJ), 46 (5-6), 381-397.
- Tartanoglu, S. (2013), ”Collective Responses of Call Center Workers in the Case of a Non-Union Worker Organization in Turkey”, Isguc, The Journal of Industrial Relations and Human Resources, 15(4).
- Basturk, S., Tartanoglu S., Emirgil, B.F. (2011), “Gerçeğe Çağrı”: Neo-Liberal Dönemde Çağrı Merkezi Çalışanlarının Enformel Örgütlenme Pratikleri” (Call for Truth: Informal Organization Practices of Call Center Workers in the Neo-Liberal Age) Toplum ve Bilim (Society and Science), Number: 121, pp. 152-173.
- Tartanoglu, S. (2011), “Sosyal Dışlanma: Küreselleşme Perspektifinden Bir Kavramsallaştırma Çabası” (Social Exclusion: Conceptualizing with Globalization Perspective), Sosyoloji Konferansları Dergisi (Sociological Conferences Journal), Number:42, pp. 1-13.
- 12th Conference of the European Sociological Association, 25-28 August 2015, Prague, Paper: “Gendered Precariousness?: Social Prospects of Home-Based Work in Turkey”
- Departmental Seminar, 30 April 2015, Department of Work, HRM and Organisational Studies, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany, “New Precarious Work? Prospects and Characteristics of Home-Based Work in Turkey”.
- International Labour Process Conference, 7-9 April 2014, London, Paper: “On the Way to Unionization?: Sustainability of a Non-Union Worker Organization in Turkey”.
- International Labour Process Conference, 27-29 March 2012, Stockholm, Paper: “The Conditions and Consequences of Informal Organization in Turkish Call Centres”, (Best Doctoral Paper Award)
- Phd Away Day, University of Strathclyde Business School, Department of Human Resource Management, 25th November 2011, “The Conditions and Consequences of Informal Organization in Turkish Call Centers”.
- IREC (Industrial Relations European Conference) 8-10 September 2010, Oslo, Paper: “ ‘Call for Truth’: In-formalized Collective Responses among Call Centre Workers in the Neo-Liberal Age – The Case of Turkey” (with S. Bastürk and B.F. Emirgil)
- Research Assistant, 2013, “New Forms of Precarious Work: Social Prospects of Home-based Work in Turkey”, -Uludag University Scientific Research Projects Unit.
- Visiting Phd Student, University of Strathclyde Business School, Department of Human Resource Management, September 2011-August 2012 (supervisor: Prof Paul Thompson)
- Project Director, 10/2008-01/2009 – “Thirty Years of Child Labour in Turkish Media” (1979-2009) - Fisek Institute Science and Action Foundation for Child Labour
- Research Assistant, 09/2007- 04/2008- “The Perception of Firm Elite About Bureaucracy and State”- TÜBİTAK (The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey)
Preise und Auszeichnungen
- Best Doctoral Paper Award, International Labour Process Conference, Stokholm University, March 2012.
- Phd Research Fellowship, TUBITAK (The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey), September 2011-August 2012.
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