Pinar TEMOCINPinar Temocin特任助教
Dr. Pinar Temocin was trained in Philosophy in Turkey and Germany and Comparative Politics and Public Policy in France. She interned and carried out projects on international politics and green energy in several research institutes across the globe and researched civil society-related issues at several universities including the University of Montpellier, the University of Auckland, and Seoul National University. Dr. Temocin completed the doctoral studies at Hiroshima University, researching environmental civil society organizations within the post-Fukushima context. Using her interdisciplinary research background and expertise in environmental governance and energy policies, she researches low-carbon energy transition and decarbonization efforts, interactive state-society relations, and collaborative and inclusive environmental governance. She combines the perspectives of political sociology, energy studies and environmental governance, as well as Science, Technology and Society to analyze and develop recommendations for sustainable environmental and energy policies.
- Peace Research Grant, International Peace Research Association Foundation, IPRAF (10/2021 – 09/2022)
- Yahata Memorial Ikuei Scholarship (04/2021– 03/2022)
- International Convention of Asian Scholars (ICAS 12), Conference Grant (08/2021)
- Association for Asian Studies in Asia (ASA), Solidarity through Scholarship, Conference Grant (09/2020)
- Hiroshima University Excellent Student Scholarship, Fall Academic Semester (10/2019 – 03/2020)
- Global Environmental Leadership Program Research Grant by IDEC, Hiroshima University, utilized at Centre of Live and Learn for Environment and Community, Hanoi, Vietnam (02/2018)
- FARABI Exchange Program Scholarship for study at Hacettepe University, Turkey (2012 – 2013)
- EU ERASMUS Exchange Program Scholarship for study at the University of Cologne, Germany (2010 – 2011)
Library Research and Travel Grant:
- NAM Center for Korean Studies, University of Michigan, Asia Library Travel Grant, Michigan, USA (07/2022)
- Arab Center for Research & Policy Studies, 2023 Winter School on “Political Culture Revisited: How Values Drive Politics”, Doha Institute for Graduate Studies, Doha, Qatar (01/2023)
- Nonproliferation Education and Research Center, Summer Graduate Fellows Program, Korea Advanced Institute for Science and Technology (KAIST), South Korea, Beijing, Shanghai, and Tokyo (07/2019 – 08/2019)
- Taoyaka Program for the Leading Graduate Schools given by The Ministry of Education (10/2016 – 03/2020)
- Duygan, M., Kachi, A.; Temocin, P. & Trencher, G. (2023) “A tale of two coal regimes: An actor-oriented analysis of destabilisation and maintenance of coal regimes in Germany and Japan” Energy Research & Social Science, Vol:5.
- Temocin, Pinar. (2023). “Environment by, with, and for the Citizens: The Role of Collective Identity Shaping the Community-Driven Solid Waste Management in Kerala, India”, in Waste and Discards in the Asia Pacific Region, Helsinki University, Environmental Humanities Hub. Routledge.
- Trencher, G., Rinscheid, A., Rosenbloom, D., Koppenborg, F., Truong N., & Temocin, P. (2023). The evolution of ‘‘phase-out’’ as a bridging concept for sustainability: From pollution to climate change. One Earth.
- Temocin, P., Dastgir, G., Kawano, N., & Yoshida, Y. (2023). “Community-based Solid Waste Management: The Cases of Kerala and Mumbai”, Indian Journal of Environmental Protection. Vol: 43, No: 2.
- Temocin, Pinar (2022). “Japan’s Grassroots Environmentalism and the Larger Picture”, Peace Review, 0:1-10.
- Temocin, Pinar and Kawano, Noriyuki. (2022). “Peace and Nuclear-free Advocacy Revisited: Lessons from New Zealand and Implications for Japan”, International Journal of Nuclear Security. Vol.: 7, No: 1.
- Khan, G.D. and Temocin, P. (2022) “Human Right-based Understanding of Mining-Induced Displacement and Resettlement: A Review of the Literature and Synthesis”, RAIS Journal for Social Sciences, Vol.: 6, No: 2.
- Fraser, Timothy and Temocin, Pinar. (2021). “Grassroots vs. Greenhouse: The Role of Environmental Organizations in reducing Carbon Emissions”, Climatic Change, Vol.: 169, Issue: 22.
- Trencher, Gregory; Truong, Nhi; Temocin, Pinar; & Duygan, Mert. (2021).“Top-down sustainability transitions in action: How do incumbent actors drive electric mobility diffusion in China, Japan, and California?”, Energy Research & Social Science, Volume: 79.
- Temocin, Pinar. (2021). “From Protest to Politics: The Effectiveness of Civil Society in Shaping the Nuclear-free Policy in New Zealand”, Interface: A Journal for and about Social Movements, Vol.: 13, Issue: 1.
- Temocin, Pinar and Kawano, Noriyuki. (2019). “Citizen Advocacy: The Achievements of New Zealand`s Peace Activism”, Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus, Vol.: 17, Issue: 19, No: 2.
- Temocin, Pinar. (2018). “Framing Opposition to Nuclear Power: The Case of Akkuyu in Southeast Turkey”, Asian Journal of Peacebuilding, Institute for Peace and Unification Studies by SNU, Korea, Vol: 6, No: 2.