Physical violence is the most obvious form of violence. A person who has been subjected to physical violence is aware of the violence. Examples of psychological, economic or digital violence represent areas of uncertain boundaries, both for the victim of violence and for the perpetrator. However, the individual should be aware of what he / she experiences first in preventing violence. The individual who realizes will be able to act for it when the conditions are met. In the study, a new data collection technique is presented to the field of sociology. This technique, called video-based interviews, is the
technique used in science and mathematics education, although it is not used in the field of sociology. After the videos are watched, the focus is on how the interviewers make sense of the violence in the videos watched. Thus, it is aimed to raise awareness of individuals about the types of violence by directing the focus of the individuals to the main subject. In the study, written notes were taken from seven women academicians who made sense of various violence experiences in the videos and indepth interviews were made through these notes with semi-structured questionnaires. In these interviews, “discourse analysis” was conducted on how individuals make sense of psychological, economic and digital violence. As a priority, they focus on how they make sense of their experience when faced with such a situation. Of course, in this study focused on “noticing”, it shows us what the interviewers “realized” and what they actually knew. Obviously, the assumption that individuals do not know about the points that individuals do not realize is an important basis for research.