­— Facebook and other social networking web sites have revolutionized the way people create and maintain relationships. “Previous research has shown that the more a person in a romantic relationship uses Facebook, the more likely they are to monitor their partner’s Facebook activity more stringently, which can lead to feelings of jealousy,” Clayton said. “Cutting back to moderate, healthy levels of Facebook usage could help reduce conflict, particularly for newer couples who are still learning about each other.”. CLAIRE ROUNKLES is a doctoral student studying media history at the Missouri School of Journalism. All rights reserved. You won’t pretend to be a journalist while you’re in school. Journalism Associate Professor Robert Greene has been awarded the 2020 Provost Outstanding Junior Faculty Teaching Award. These unique fellowships provide support for scholarship and research, in addition to salary enhancements, in recognition of high-quality … Continued, By Zach Taylor Columbia, Mo. The NPR-affiliate also received an award for “Podcast, Small Market Radio” for its “Show Me the State: Legend of … Continued, By Nate Brown Columbia, Mo. OK, I kid. Published by the MU News Bureau, 329 Jesse Hall, Columbia, MO 65211  |  Phone: 573-882-6211  |  Fax: 573-882-5489  |  E-mail: news@missouri.edu All rights reserved. Columbia, Mo. DMCA and other copyright information. On the other hand, participants who have been in relationships for longer than three years may not use Facebook as often, or may have more matured relationships, and therefore Facebook use may not be a threat or concern.”. However, new research shows that Facebook use could actually be damaging to users’ romantic relationships. This school year, the team of students is matched with Tinder, a popular dating app. (Nov. 24, 2020) — Journalism Professor David Herzog has been awarded the 2020 Provost award for Leadership in International Education. Please visit news.missouri.edu for up-to-date content. “These findings held only for couples who had been in relationships of three years or less,” Clayton said. Russell Clayton, a doctoral student in the University of Missouri School of Journalism, found that individuals who use Facebook excessively are far more likely to experience Facebook–related conflict with their romantic partners, which then may cause negative relationship outcomes including emotional and physical cheating, breakup and divorce. COLUMBIA, Mo. The stone lettering actually reads “Wise shall be the bearers of light.” But for several journalism and … Continued. “Although Facebook is a great way to learn about someone, excessive Facebook use may be damaging to newer romantic relationships,” Clayton said. (Nov. 4, 2020) — The Missouri School of Journalism’s National Student Advertising Competition (NSAC) swiped right and found its newest soulmate. Degrees and Programs Expand. In their study, Clayton, along with Alexander Nagurney, an instructor at the University of Hawaii at Hilo, and Jessica R. Smith, a doctoral student at St. Mary’s University in San Antonio, surveyed Facebook users ages 18 to 82 years old. Columbia, Mo. By Nathan Hurst MU News Bureau Columbia, Mo. “It’s an honor to be recognized and join the roster of … Continued. (Nov. 16, 2020) — The University of Missouri today announced a $5 million estate gift that will be split equally between the School of Journalism and … Continued, Annual endowment is used for salary supplement and support for teaching and research. (Oct. 21, 2020) — KBIA-FM won the 2020 National Edward R. Murrow Award for “Overall Excellence in Small Market Radio” for the first time in the station’s history. Her research interests include the Black press, media coverage of lynching, First Amendment legal history, visual communication, race and critical/cultural studies. “This suggests that Facebook may be a threat to relationships that are not fully matured. All rights reserved. Copyright © 2019 — Curators of the University of Missouri. The hands-on Missouri Method was in full swing during the 2020 General Election as students across Missouri School of Journalism newsrooms worked many hours to bring election results to mid-Missouri. In order to prevent such conflict from arising, Clayton recommends couples, especially those who have not been together for very long, to limit their own personal Facebook use. Coronavirus Updates: For Mizzou’s latest information on COVID-19, visit, McDougall Center for Photojournalism Studies, Jonathan B. Murray Center for Documentary Journalism, Donald W. 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Murrow Award wins, As members of the Big ‘M’ of the Midwest, these Missouri School of Journalism students march to a different beat, equal opportunity/access/affirmative action/pro-disabled and veteran employer. Tinder, which was started on a college campus in 2012, is a place where … Continued, Student-produced podcast also wins top award Columbia, Mo. The Missouri bachelor’s degree in journalism is recognized worldwide. Also, our study found that excessive Facebook users are more likely to connect or reconnect with other Facebook users, including previous partners, which may lead to emotional and physical cheating.”. The gift from Pat, BJ ’73, and Sandy Hiatte will improve the quality of life in mid-Missouri communities, fuel newsroom innovation and enhance the J-School’s unique legacy. DMCA and other copyright information. Before starting the Ph.D. program, she earned her master’s degree (2020) from Ohio University E.W. 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