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Nicky Lewis

Assistant Professor


Office: 268 Blazer Dining

Phone: 859-257-5575

Email: Nicky.Lewis [at] uky.edu

Personal Website: http://comm.uky.edu/lewis

Education
Ph.D., Indiana University, 2015

Bio
My program of research centers on social psychological processes and effects of the mass media. I am particularly interested in media consumption behavior, especially as it applies to entertainment contexts. Current research projects include: the selection, processing, and effects of negative political information across life stages, audience perceptions of intimate partner violence among NFL and MMA athletes, and the influence of identification and moral foundations on evaluations of sports crisis responses. Previously, I was a sports producer and training coordinator at several Cincinnati television stations. As a sports producer, I edited and produced nightly sports broadcasts and a weekly sports show. As a training coordinator, I taught television production workshops for the community and led several after school video clubs for local students.

Curriculum Vitae


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Courses Taught

A course designed to examine theory and research related to criticism of the mass media and to the relationship of digital and mass communication to contemporary social issues.
A study of the ways in which the communications media play their roles in contemporary society with special attention to the major functions, rights, and responsibilities of media and individuals.
This course focuses on what and how popular culture entertainment media functions to communicate and persuade. Forms to be examined may include films/movies, television programs, music, cartoons, and/or comics. Ultimately, students will be equipped with tools to make educated decisions as critical consumers of the messages conveyed in popular culture entertainment media.
This course is designed to explore in depth the relationship between communication and sport. We will examine theories of communication and their connection to sport. The class will examine the relationship between sport and race, gender, class, violence, community, and society along how communication influences how we interact and engage them.