Dóra Gábriel

Dóra Gábriel
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Research Interests

Dóra Gábriel holds a PhD degree in sociology at the University of Pécs, Hungary. Currently she is a postdoctoral researcher at the Institute of Sociology at the CSS, where she studies the process of marketization of care within the project Researching the transnational organization of senior care, labor and mobility in Central and Eastern Europe funded by the Volkswagen Stiftung. Her fields of interest are transnational care, marketization of care and international retirement migration. Her other postdoctoral research focuses on the silver economy and social innovation in eldercare. She is a member of the EuroCare research network and the Karl Polanyi Research Center for Global Social Studies. She organizes scientific webinars and conferences at the Hungarian Sociological Association. She is in the Ethics Advisory Board of the ReloCare project. Her publication activity includes over 15 book chapters and journal articles published in English and Hungarian. Her first book [Migrant care work in the life course of rural women] was published in 2022.

Selected Publications

Gábriel, Dóra (2023) The interconnectedness of biographies, migration and gender norms. Intersections: East European Journal of Society and Politics 9 (1), 62-78. https://doi.org/10.17356/ieejsp.v9i1.979

Gábriel Dóra (2022) A boldogulás útvesztői. Idősgondozás külföldön, vidéki nők élettörténetében. Budapest: Balassi Kiadó

Gábriel, Dóra (2022), 63–83. Hungarian Migrant Care Workers Between Local and Cross-Border Care Loops. In Näre, Lena; Isaksen, Lise Widding (Eds.), Care Loops and Mobilities in Nordic, Central, and Eastern European Welfare States. Springer International Publishing, Palgrave Macmillan, Cham, Svájc

Gábriel, Dóra (2020), 115–142. Negotiating working conditions – Hungarian care workers in the Austrian live-in care sector. In Noémi Katona and Attila Melegh, (Eds.), Towards a scarcity of care? Tensions and contradictions in transnational elderly care systems in central and eastern Europe. Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, Budapest

Melegh, A., Gábriel, D., Gresits, G., Hámos, D. (2018) Abandoned Hungarian workers and the political economy of care work in Austria. Szociológiai Szemle, 28(4), 61-87.