Pelin Gul is a third-year Ph.D. student in Sociology at the University of Toronto. As a political sociologist, she studies how global and domestic inequalities shape ordinary people’s political behaviour using qualitative methods. Her latest project explores how ideologies (don’t) play out on the ordinary people’s views on immigration in Turkiye. At the Centre for Global Social Policy, she has interviewed senior caregivers across Canada. These interviews led her to explore how the senior caregivers’ views on the state’s role in care is shaped in relation to caregivers’ positions in domestic inequalities.