Articles by Jack Wippell

May 2, 2023

‘Active Clubs’: a new collaborative phenomenon on the far-right scene

Jack Wippell
Increased cooperation between a subset of far-right street-gangs – Active Clubs – has largely passed under the radar. Jack Wippell argues this constitutes a ‘new’ threat, and draws from research on extremist organisations to explore what might follow. He highlights several limitations in what we know, and calls for immediate collaboration between researchers and practitioners
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Jack Wippell
PhD Student, Department of Sociology, The Ohio State University

Jack's research interests include far-right extremism; radicalisation and terrorism; de-radicalisation and re-entry.

He consults with non-profits and practitioners on these topics.

He is currently completing a project focused on preventing recruitment to extremism in the Pacific Northwest.

He tweets @JGRWippell

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