Adrian Leguina

Social Sciences and Humanities

Research groups - Social and Policy Studies

Adrian's main research interests are social and digital inequalities, with an emphasis on social class and the ways how these inequalities are reproduced in everyday practices. In the context of these topics, he is interested in developing a more comprehensive intersectional approach to equality, diversity and inclusion around issues of cultural capital and identities in educational and workplace contexts. Christian is also interested in contributing with his statistical skills to analyse quantitative and textual data on EDI-related projects.


  • Leguina, A. and Downey, J. (2020, forthcoming). Getting Things Done: Inequalities, Internet Use and Everyday Life. New Media and Society. Accepted.
  • Mihelj, S, Leguina, A, Downey, J (2019) Culture is digital: Cultural participation, diversity and the digital divide, New Media and Society, 21(7), pp.1465-1485
  • Miles, A and Leguina, A (2018) Socio-spatial mobilities and narratives of class identity in Britain, British Journal of Sociology, 69(4), pp.1063-1095
  • Cunningham, N, Miles, A, Leguina, A (2018) 'The ghosts of class’: Space, waste and hope in the ex-industrial north. In A World Laid Waste? Responding to the Social, Cultural and Political Consequences of Globalisation, © Routledge, pp.43-67