Dr Adrian Yip

Research Associate

School/Department: Criminology, School of



Adrian Yip is a sociolinguist. He completed his PhD in Linguistics at Queen Mary University of London in 2022. He is interested in the relationships between language and social inequality, and has expertise in discourse analysis, multimodality, corpus linguistics and conversation analysis. His most recent article in Corpora discusses gender-bland sexism in online sports news, and the challenges faced by female athletes as they manage the tension between femininity and athleticism.

Adrian is part of the research team for ‘The Rural Racism Project: Towards an Inclusive Countryside’ in the Centre for Hate Studies. The project is funded by the Leverhulme Trust and is led by Professor Neil Chakraborti, Dr Amy Clarke and Professor Corinne Fowler. Project updates can be found on X (@RuralRacism).

Adrian shares updates about his research on his website and X.

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