Márton Bagyura

Márton Bagyura
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Research Interests

Márton Bagyura, PhD is a junior research fellow at the Centre for Social Sciences, Budapest. He earned his PhD at the Eötvös Loránd University in 2023. His main research interests include urban planning, suburbanisation, sexual minorities, aging, burden of family carers. As part of his doctoral studies he conducted research for six months at the University of Duisburg-Essen in Germany (Erasmus+ scholarship). In 2021, he received a research grant of the New National Excellence Programme. He participates as a researcher in projects "The sociology of urban planning - urban planning and society" and "The potential and limitations of smart technologies in the light of social acceptance". He has published articles in both Hungarian and international journals, including Geographica Pannonica and Urban Planning.

Selected Publications

Csizmady, A., Bagyura, M., Olt, G. (2022): From a Small Village to an Exclusive Gated Community: Unplanned Suburbanisation and Local Sovereignty in Post-Socialist Hungary, Urban Planning 7:3 pp. 115-129. https://doi.org/10.17645/up.v7i3.5275

Leleszi-Tróbert, A. M., Bagyura, M., Széman, Zs. (2022): Idősellátás és a családi gondozók terhelése a COVID–19-járvány első hulláma idején, Orvosi Hetilap 163:42 pp. 1654-1662. https://doi.org/10.1556/650.2022.32596

Bagyura, M. (2022): Urban Planning in a Hungarian Town after the Red Sludge Disaster,In: SUPTM 2022 pp. 1-4. https://doi.org/10.31428/10317/10594

Bagyura, M. (2021):  A fővárosból kiköltözők részvétele az agglomerációs övezet településeinek irányításában, Kötő-Jelek pp. 122-134. https://doi.org/10.1080/17577632.2022.2026551

Bagyura, M. (2020): The Impact of Suburbanisation on Power Relations in Settlements of Budapest Agglomeration, Geographica Pannonica 24:1 pp. 13-24. https://doi.org/10.5937/gp24-22092

Research Projects

The sociology of urban planning - urban planning and society, 2017-2023 (participant, PI: Adrienne Csizmady)

The potential and limitations of smart technologies in the light of social acceptance (participant, PI: Adrienne Csizmady)