Cath started her PhD at the University of York in September 2020. Her research explores what motivates women towards far-right extremism and ideology, centering explorations of gender, whiteness, and racism, and other anti-minority attitudes within mainstream society as well as fringe movements. Through a digital ethnography of far-right communities, she studies the methods and rhetoric employed by extremist groups to appeal to women, and the activism and agency of women within such organisations.
PhD Sociology (in progress), University of York
MSC Applied Social Science, 2019, University of Cumbria
BSc Policing, Investigation and Criminology, 2018, University of Cumbria
Stinton, C. (2019). Combining the aberrant with the ordinary: The role of white supremacy in the far-right radicalisation of women. Journal of Applied Psychology and Social Science 5(1), 86-115.