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El defensor de la audiencia: claves para entender el contexto de su aparición
Susana Herrera Damas
Palabra Clave , 2007,
Abstract: Surgido a finales de los a os sesenta, el defensor de la audiencia es un órgano unipersonal que vela por el correcto comportamiento ético y deontológico de un medio. Aunque su actividad ha sido poco sistematizada, se trata de una figura que crece de manera lenta pero progresiva en las profesiones de comunicación. El objetivo de este artículo es situar la experiencia de los defensores en el contexto mayor de dos fenómenos relacionados: el del media criticism, o revisión crítica de la actividad de los medios, y el del poder de las audiencias. En este sentido, los defensores son un exponente más dentro de estos dos fenómenos, que cuentan ya con cierta trayectoria. Su aparición responde a la necesidad de controlar a unos medios que, a veces, cometen errores.
Tipología de los observatorios de medios en Latinoamérica
Susana Herrera Damas
Palabra Clave , 2005,
Abstract: En el presente texto la autora hace un estudio comparativo de los principales tipos de observatorios de medios que existen en América Latina. Para ello parte de una revisión teórica sobre el particular así como de los testimonios aportados por los editores de nueve observatorios latinoamericanos que operan actualmente, y con quienes mantuvo comunicación. La clasificación que aquí se presenta atiende a criterios como: 1) la temática que investigan los observatorios, 2) su origen y composición social, 3) la cobertura de los medios que analizan, o 4) el tipo de medios que observan.
Motivations underlying the existence of Latin American media observatories
Dra. Susana Herrera Damas
Revista Latina de Comunicación Social , 2006,
Abstract: Recently appeared, media observatories are media supervision instances that overlook media activity. Even though little has been systematized about their activity, they are realities that grow in a slow but progressive manner. The present paper objective is to justify the reason for being of Latinamerican observatories, describe the context in which they are born and show how in their essence they house a true and legitimate service vocation. The manuscript aims to explain that media observatories appear in Latinamerica because of two reasons: first, someone has to oversee those who oversee, and secondly it may no be suitable any more that fact that those who keep an eye on may also commit mistakes.
El defensor de la audiencia como instrumento para la educación en medios The newsombudsman as an instrument for media education
Susana Herrera Damas
Comunicar , 2008, DOI: doi:10.3916/c30-2008-02-005
Abstract: Ya casi nadie lo duda. A pesar de que vivimos en la denominada sociedad de la información , muchas veces los sistemas tradicionales no capacitan a la audiencia para que realice un consumo crítico de los medios. Por eso, los espacios tradicionales deben ser completados por la intervención de otros actores. Uno de ellos es el defensor de la audiencia. El objetivo de este artículo es describir la singularidad de este mecanismo y especificar los instrumentos de los que dispone en su tarea formativa. Everybody agrees. Although we lived in the so-called Information Society, traditional systems do not enable people to make a critical consumption of mass media. For that reason, the traditional spaces must be completed by the intervention of other actors. One of them is the newsombudsman. The aim of this article is to describe the singularity of this mechanism and to specify his instruments in his educational task.
Media Watchers: A Profile of Press Criticism in Latin America
Rogerio Christofoletti,Susana Herrera Damas
Brazilian Journalism Research , 2011,
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JOURNALISM ETHICS AND ACCEPTANCE OF GIFTS: A view from Madrid journalists
Susana Herrera Damas,Carlos Maciá Baber
Brazilian Journalism Research , 2009,
Abstract: The aim of this article is to present the partial results of a larger research project on journalistic ethics from the point of view of the professionals themselves. Specifically, the following pages analyze the perception of Madrid journalists with respect to the legitimacy of accepting various gifts when carrying out their work. The results of 30 in-depth interviews and 410 surveys of newspaper, radio, television, online and press office journalists who carry out their professional activity in the Autonomous Community of Madrid show that this group is very reluctant to accept gifts with a monetary value of over €200, or to carry out activities financed by a news source. Fewer problems arise regarding acceptance of presents of nominal value of a promotional merchandising nature, free tickets to shows and exhibitions, or paid meals and trips.
Media harassment to public figures from the ethical perspective of journalists in Madrid
Carlos Maciá Barber, Ph. D.,Susana Herrera Damas, Ph. D.
Revista Latina de Comunicación Social , 2009,
Abstract: In the area of journalistic ethics, there is very little exhaustive fieldwork on the group behaviour in the processes for obtaining information, much less on media harassment of public figures and the ethical evaluation of the professionals themselves. In-depth interviews (30) and surveys of media professionals (410) indicate that journalists in Madrid show themselves largely in favour of harassment of politicians currently in office. Supporters and detractors of pursuing celebrities who sell exclusives are divided in equal numbers. On the other hand, those surveyed overwhelmingly reject the persecution of members of the royal family, especially their relatives, and are against the hounding of relevant personalities who do not trade in their private lives.
Los nuevos recursos participativos de la Web 1.0 y 2.0 en los portales de las emisores musicales espa olas dirigidas a los jóvenes / The new web 1.0 and web 2.0-based participative resources in the Spanish directed to young people music radio stations’ websites
José Luis Requejo Alemán,Susana Herrera Damas
Comunicación y Hombre , 2009,
Abstract: Aunque la interactividad en radio no es nueva, la llegada de Internet ha venido a multiplicar las posibilidadesque tienen los oyentes para ponerse en contacto con las emisoras. Esto ha dado lugara nuevas modalidades participativas. Adicionalmente, en los últimos a os este catálogo se ha incrementadogracias a las tecnologías participativas facilitadas por la llamada web 2.0. De momento,en Espa a, todos estos nuevos recursos están siendo incorporados de un modo tímido aunquepreferente por las emisoras musicales dirigidas a los jóvenes, dada su especial predilección por loscambios en general y por el uso de nuevas tecnologías en particular. En este artículo, analizaremoscómo está siendo esta incorporación. Para ello, hemos realizado un análisis de contenido de losportales www.los40.com, www.cadena100.es, www.m80radio.com, www.europafm.es y www.kissfm.es en la última semana de febrero de 2009.Although interactivity is not new in radio, the Internet arrival has come to multiply the possibilities that listeners have to getin touch with the radio. This has given place to new participative modalities. In addition, in the last years, this cataloguehas been increased, thanks to the participative technologies made possible by the so called web 2.0. At the present moment,these modalities are being incorporated slowly but preferably by the specialized in music and directed to a youngpublic radio stations, given their special predilection for the changes and for the use of new technologies. In this article,we will have the opportunity to analyze how this incorporation is taking place. For it, in the last week of February 2009 acontent analysis of the main websites of these radio stations has been made.
Peripheral Analgesic and Anti-Inflammatory Effects of Smilax canariensis in an Animal Model  [PDF]
Sandra Dévora, Susana Abdala, Domingo Martín-Herrera
Pharmacology & Pharmacy (PP) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/pp.2015.68040
Abstract: Smilax canariensis Brouss. ex Willd. is an endemic plant of the Canary Islands. Its rhizomes, leaves and stems have been traditionally used in Canary folk medicine to treat a wide variety of conditions including pain. Our objective is to investigate the analgesic and anti-inflammatory activities of different extracts of S. canariensis in Swiss mice, using established biological models for pain and inflammation, such as phenylquinone writhing test, formalin test, tail-flick test and mouse paw edema induced by carrageenan. Oral administration of S. canariensis extracts significantly reduce writhing episodes evoked by phenylquinone injection in a dose-dependent manner; and higher doses result in a reduction of pain similar to or higher than that of the reference drug piroxicam (59.56%; p < 0.01). The extracts also cause a marked dose-dependent inhibition of for-malin-induced pain in the second phase but only minimal inhibition of tail-flick behavior, suggesting that S. canariensis is not a centrally acting analgesic. Finally, in the carrageenan-induced hind paw edema model, the extracts show a moderate anti-inflammatory effect, the most active being the ethyl acetate fraction at 200 mg/kg p.o. (33.33%; p < 0.05). Our results suggest that S. canariensis extracts have clear dose-dependent peripheral analgesic effects, which lends support to the traditional use of this medicinal plant to treat pain associated with inflammatory or other processes.
Sistemas de información: nuevos escenarios basados en ontologías
Barchini, Graciela;álvarez, Margarita;Herrera, Susana;
JISTEM - Journal of Information Systems and Technology Management , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S1807-17752006000100002
Abstract: while ontology is still a fertile area of research in the field of philosophy, ontologies currently stands for research, development, and application fields in disciplines related with computing, information and knowledge. information systems (is) are essentially knowledge artifacts that capture and represent knowledge in certain domains. considering that ontologies is generally used to specify and communicate knowledge in a domain, and the growing recognition that ontological principles and concepts can be fruitfully applied to the is field, one could say that an is has its own implicit ontology when attributing meaning to the symbols used. explicitly, however, ontology may play different roles in an is. the scenarios presented in this article allow visualizing the roles that ontologies are now playing or will play in the near future in is. there is a wide range of uses for ontologies in the different scenarios - they vary from the conceptual analysis of is modeling techniques to their use as support for is design, development and application. our knowledge on the roles played by ontologies in is is expected to be expanded.
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