Nuestros investigadores

Mónica Codina Blasco

Departamento
Comunicación Pública
Facultad de Comunicación. Universidad de Navarra
Líneas de investigación
Ética y Deontología de la Comunicación

Publicaciones científicas más recientes (desde 2010)

Autores: Erviti Ilundáin, M.C., (Autor de correspondencia); Codina, Mónica; León, Bienvenido;
Revista: MEDIA AND COMMUNICATION
ISSN 2183-2439  Vol. 8  Nº 2  2020  págs. 329 - 338
Online video has become a relevant tool to disseminate scientific information to the public. However, in this arena, science coexists with non-scientific or pseudoscientific beliefs that can influence people¿s knowledge, attitudes, and behavior. Our research sets out to find empirical evidence of the representation of pro-science, anti-science and neutral stances in online videos. From a search on Google videos, we conducted content analysis of a sample of videos about climate change, vaccines and nanotechnology (n = 826). Results indicate that a search through Google videos provides a relatively small representation of videos with an anti-science stance, which can be regarded as positive, given the high potential influence of this search engine in spreading scientific information among the public. Our research also provides empirical evidence of the fact that an anti-science stance is more frequent in user-generated content than in videos disseminated by other types of producers.
Autores: Codina, Mónica;
Revista: REVISTA EMPRESA Y HUMANISMO
ISSN 1139-7608  Vol. XXII   Nº 1  2019  págs. 143 - 145
Autores: León, Bienvenido; Codina, Mónica;
Revista: OBSERVATORIO
ISSN 1646-5954  Vol. 10  Nº 3  2016  págs. 104 - 119
Autores: León, Bienvenido; Codina, Mónica;
Revista: OBSERVATORIO
ISSN 1646-5954  Vol. 10  Nº 3  2016 
Autores: Codina, Mónica;
Revista: ETHICAL SPACE
ISSN 1742-0105  Vol. 11  Nº 4  2014  págs. 47 - 50
This paper gives a brief overview of the media self-regulation bodies in Spain, what they are, their historical background and the challenges they face today. It will examine the activities of the audiovisual regulatory bodies in Catalonia and Andalusia and the controversy over the creation of an audiovisual self-regulation commission for the whole country. It will then go on to present the activities of Autocontrol, an independent association with responsibility for regulating the advertising industry. Finally, it will examine the challenges facing the Federation of Associations of Spanish Journalists (FAPE) and their self-regulation activities, particularly since 2011. In this year, FAPE promoted the creation of an independent foundation that would bring together various institutions to support the work of its arbitration, complaints and ethics commission.
Autores: Codina, Mónica;
Revista: JOURNAL OF MASS MEDIA ETHICS
ISSN 0890-0523  Vol. 28  2013  págs. 67 - 69
Autores: Codina, Mónica;
Revista: DOXA COMUNICACION
ISSN 1696-019X  Vol. 16  2013  págs. 211 - 220
Autores: Codina, Mónica; Gatón, María;
Revista: Doxa. Comunicación
ISSN 1696-019X  Nº 10  2010  págs. 193 - 202
Autores: Codina, Mónica;
Libro:  Filósofo, maestro y amigo : testimonios sobre Leonardo Polo
2018  págs. 123 - 125
Autores: Erviti Ilundáin, M.C.; Jose Azevedo; Codina, Mónica;
Libro:  Communicating science and technology through online video. Researching a new media phenomenon
2018  págs. 41 - 54
Autores: Codina, Mónica;
Libro:  El consumidor de moda
2018  págs. 15 - 33
Autores: Codina, Mónica;
Libro:  Handbook of virtue ethics in business and management
Vol. 2  2017  págs. 1259 - 1266
The Internet has radically changed the landscape of communication. The emergence of a delocalized flow of information has undermined the ability of traditional media to gather and control the news. The so-called social media have become a quicker and more popular channel of communication. This change poses ethical challenges both now and potentially for the future. Although professional bodies have endeavored to deal with such issues by implementing codes and regulatory systems, time has shown that these are insufficient to guarantee the best ethical outcomes. Regulations cannot provide by themselves the most adequate response in an increasingly complex scenario. This chapter proposes the development of a solid theoretical framework that places social goodness at the center of ethical reasoning and practical wisdom as the virtue of human character that inspires such goodness.
Autores: Codina, Mónica;
Libro:  Aula virtual: contenidos y elementos
2016  págs. 75 - 86
Autores: Codina, Mónica;
Libro:  Handbook of virtue ethics in business and management
2015  págs. 1 -9
Autores: Codina, Mónica;
Libro:  Escribir en las almas: estudio en honor a Rafael Alvira
2014  págs. 121 - 134
Autores: Codina, Mónica;
Libro:  Poéticas de la persona. Creación, responsabilidad y vigencia en la Comunicación Pública y la cultura
2013  págs. 237 - 243
Autores: Codina, Mónica;
Libro:  El periodismo ante el cambio climático: nuevas perspectivas y retos
2013  págs. 163 - 175
Autores: Codina, Mónica; Gutiérrez-García, Elena; Rodríguez Virgili, Jordi;
Libro:  De ética y política: conceptos, historia, instituciones
2013  págs. 295 - 323
Autores: Codina, Mónica;
Libro:  A moda num mundo global
2011  págs. 221 - 234
Autores: Codina, Mónica;
2011 
Autores: Torregrosa, Marta, (Coeditor); Codina, Mónica, (Coeditor)
2011 

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