Coşar, S., & Özcan, G. (2021). A feminist analysis of security in Turkey: Neoliberal patriarchy, authoritarianism, and package politics. Journal of World-Systems Research, 27(1), 35-57. https://doi.org/10.5195/jwsr.2021.1034
Özcan, G., Yildizbasi, A., & Eraslan, E. (2019). Inşaat firmalarinin isg bağlaminda bulanik grup karar verme yaklaşimi ile değerlendirilmesi. Endüstri Mühendisliği Dergisi, 30(3), 204. https://go.exlibris.link/J2mM1ckh
Özcan, G. (2014). Revisiting national security discourse in Turkey with a view to pacification: From military power to police power onto orchestration of labour power. Momentdergi, 1(1) https://doi.org/10.17572/mj2014.1.3755
MA Thesis from Carleton University (2007)
"On the Prospect of a New Theoretical Framework: Reading Marx and Foucault Together to Re-examine Capital Exploitation"
PhD Dissertation from Carleton University (2017)
"Orchestrating the Public: A Contribution to the Critique of Modern Police Power"
- (co-author: Simten Coşar) “Feminist Praxis in Exile: Collaborative Autoethnography,” in Po-Han Lee and Sohini Chatterjee (eds.), Autoethnography of ‘Plural Feminisms’: Narrativising Resistance as Everyday Praxis (Bloomsbury Academic).
- “Policing as Nation-Building: A Brief History of the North-West Mounted Police,” in Johanne Jean-Pierre, Vanessa Watts, Carl E. James, Patrizia Albanese, Xiaobei Chen and Michael Graydon (eds.), Reading Sociology: De-colonizing Canada, 4th ed. (Oxford University Press).
- “Racism in the City: The Colour of Policing in Lethbridge,” in Caroline Hodes and Glenda Bonifacio (eds.), Racism in Southern Alberta and Anti-Racist Activism for Change (Athabasca University Press).