MAXQDA Professional Trainer:
Assoc.Prof.Dr. Burcu Şentürk

 
Language(s)English, Turkish
Locationİzmir, Turkey
RadiusTurkey
Workshops

Standard

  • Starter Workshop
  • Advanced Workshops

Method Focus

  • Qualitative Data Analysis
  • Grounded Theory
  • Ethnography
  • Visualizations
  • Mixed Methods
Methodological Expertise

Qualitative Research Design, Grounded Theory, Qualitative Data Analysis, In-Depth Interviews

Consulting Services

Consulting research groups and individuals in social research design

Experience

I have been a MAXQDA user since 2009. I hold a MSc in Sociology and PhD in Politics. I have used MAXQDA for the analyzing qualitative interviews based on Grounded Theory Methodology during my PhD dissertation. For my MSc dissertation, I used MAXQDA for analyzing interviews in the fieldwork. After completing my PhD, I continue using MAXQDA for my research and most of my publications are based on interviews analyzed through MAXQDA. I am happy to share in my workshops or to apply as a consulting service for interested research groups.

Relevant Publications

"Philanthropists, Professionals and Feminists: Refugee NGOs and the Empowerment of Syrian Women in Gaziantep, Turkey" in International Migration, 2021, 59(1), 143-164.

"Urban Poverty in Turkey: Development and Modernisation in Low-Income Communities", IB Tauris, London-Newyork, 2016.

"Urbanization, socialist movements and the emergence of Alevi identity in the 1970s" in T. İssa (ed. ) Alevis in Europe: Voices of Migration, Culture and Identity, Routledge, London and New York, 2016.

"Invisibility of a Common Sorrow: Families of the Deceased in Turkey’s Kurdish Conflict" in (ed. Scott H. Boyd ve Mary Ann Walter) Cultural Difference and Social Solidarity: Critical Cases), Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2012.

"Urban Transformation and Voluntary Displacement: The Case of Ege District in Ankara, Turkey" in S. Boyd and M.A.Walter (Eds). Cultural Difference and Social Solidarity: Solidarities and Social Function by Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2014 ss. 153-168.

Email Burcu.senturk@ege.edu.tr


Back to overview