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Autores: Rebolledo de la Calle, Marta (Autor de correspondencia); Luengo, O. G.; Bebic, D.;
Revista: COMUNICACION Y SOCIEDAD (UNIVERSIDAD DE NAVARRA)
ISSN 0214-0039  Vol. 31  Nº 3  2018  págs. 1 - 5
Autores: Martín Algarra, Manuel; Serrano Puche, Javier; Rebolledo de la Calle, Marta
Revista: ADCOMUNICA
ISSN 2174-0992  Nº 15  2018  págs. 65 - 87
Autores: Rebolledo de la Calle, Marta; Zamora-Medina, R.; Rodriguez-Virgili, J.;
Revista: PROFESIONAL DE LA INFORMACION
ISSN 1386-6710  Vol. 26  Nº 3  2017  págs. 361 - 369
Communication is indispensable for institutions in regaining trust and credibility among citizens. In this context, transparency management and the promotion of citizen participation online are essential. After December 2015, when the Spanish transparency law 19/2013 was fully in force at the local level, all local municipalities were required to show all the public information on their websites published in a clear and understandable way. This requirement turns the Spanish local administrations into an interesting case study to assess efforts to improve their relationships with their citizens; hence this research aims to measure the Spanish transparency level on public information and participation. For that purpose, a set of indicators were used to analyze the content of those websites that corresponded to a representative sample of municipalities with 10,000 or more inhabitants (N=394). Findings pointed to a very low transparency level and major deficiencies related to online engagement with resources that are required by law.
Autores: Rebolledo de la Calle, Marta; Zamora Medina, Rocío; Rodríguez Virgili, Jordi
Revista: PROFESIONAL DE LA INFORMACION
ISSN 1386-6710  Vol. 26  Nº 3  2017 
Autores: Rebolledo de la Calle, Marta; Zamora Medina, R.; Rodríguez Virgili, Jordi
Revista: MEDIJSKE STUDIJE
ISSN 1847-9758  Vol. 7  Nº 14  2016  págs. 48 - 64
Citizens' disaffection with political institutions has resulted in an ever more pronounced distancing between the represented and their representative democratic institutions, with a commensurate increase in citizens' initiatives aimed at obtaining a higher degree of participation in public life. The imbalance experienced by representative democracy in this respect accounts for the need to improve the way in which institutions communicate. This study aims to assess local communication in the regions of Murcia and Navarre by analysing the level of transparency of their institutional websites. The 41 indicators that underpin Mapa Infoparticip@ (www.mapainfoparticipa.com) in Spain are used to see what similarities and differences can be identified when applying the criteria of transparency and participation in these two single-province Autonomous Communities. The findings show a deficit in implementing norms of transparency. This fact affects the role these institutions play as sources of public information and citizen participation, and it appears in a clearer way in municipalities with a smaller population.
Autores: Rodríguez Virgili, Jordi; Jandura, Olaf; Rebolledo de la Calle, Marta
Revista: TRIPODOS
ISSN 1138-3305  Vol. 34  2014  págs. 61 - 80
Autores: Rebolledo de la Calle, Marta; Rodríguez Virgili, Jordi; Sierra Iso, Aurken
Libro:  L'Europe au défi des populismes nationaux: La communication politique centrifuge des élections de 2019
2020  págs. 165 - 186
La communication politique des élections européennes de 2019 a été paradoxale. Alors qu'il s'agissait des dernières à inclure la Grande-Bretagne avant son départ de l'Union, le Brexit n'y a pris qu'une part marginale. Alors que pour la première fois en quarante ans la participation a augmenté, ce sont les partis populistes qui en ont bénéficié, remettant en cause la culture de compromis établie de longue date. Alors que l'on pensait les pratiques médiatiques disparates, notamment le Nord et le Sud, les comportements électoraux se sont caractérisés par une grande communauté d'usages synchrones des médias traditionnels et des réseaux sociaux. Cet ouvrage met ainsi en évidence le paradoxe suivant: si l'Europe semble traversée par de puissantes forces centrifuges, un électeur européen prend forme.
Autores: Rebolledo de la Calle, Marta; Rodríguez Virgili, Jordi; Jandura, Olaf
Libro:  Political communication in times of crisis
2016  págs. 101 - 120