In This Installment of Access the Experts
Adam Tyma, Ph.D., professor of communication, answers: "How can someone manage their social media intake so it does not have negative impacts on their life?"
An expert in media and communication theory, Tyma is a professor of communication and graduate program chair for UNO's School of Communication. His research focuses on computer-mediated communication, mass communication, and media studies.
He teaches Mass Communication and Public Opinion, Media Literacy, Introduction to Mass Communication, Computer-Mediated Communication, Introduction to Visual Communication and Culture, and Media Literacy courses.
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