Caroline is a Sociology graduate from the University of Leeds.
During her course, she developed a keen interest in childhood and youth studies and gender inequalities among young people in society. She also won the Arthur Royse Prize for best in Sociological Research Methods. Caroline thoroughly enjoyed her degree, especially the variety of topics offered throughout her four years at Leeds. Caroline’s most memorable and fulfilling experience while at university was having the opportunity to study at the University of Toronto for a year.
Caroline has volunteered with the Children’s Society, supporting young refugees, focusing on their academic goals but also helping them to grow in confidence. Finally, Caroline regularly attends the gym and her fitness goals keep her focused, dedicated and motivated.
Undergraduate Award Global Winner in 2016
University: University of Leeds
Category: Social Sciences: Social Policy
Critically assess how far ‘lad culture’ can be perceived as an example of a moral panic about youthful sexuality and behaviour.