Fabien Medvecky

Fabien Medvecky

Senior Lecturer in Science Communication | University of Otago
fabien.medvecky@otago.ac.nz

Perfil

El Dr. Fabien Medveckyis es profesor titular de comunicación de la ciencia en la Universidad de Otago en el centro para la Comunicación de la Ciencia. Trabaja sobre la interacción entre la ciencia y la sociedad, centrándose en el papel de los valores, especialmente la ética y la economía, en las decisiones sociales en torno a la ciencia. Antes de unirse a Otago, Fabien Medvecky estuvo en el Programa de Comunicación Científica de la Universidad de Queensland, Australia. Publica sobre comunicación científica y política científica, ética y economía. Fabien es un miembro activo de la comunidad de la comunicación de la ciencia en Nueva Zelanda (Science Communicators Associations of New Zealand) y a nivel internacional, y fue presidente de la Asociación de Comunicadores de la Ciencia de Nueva Zelanda de 2015 a 2018.

Líneas de Investigación

Comunicación de la Ciencia

Filosofía de la Economía

Ética Social

Epistemología social

Referencias bibliográficas

Artículos

  • MacDonald, E,  Harbrow, M,  Jack, S, Kidd, J, Wright, A, Tuinder, P, Balanovic, J, Medvecky, F, & Poutasil, M. (2019)  Segmenting urban populations for greater conservation gains: A new approach targeting cobenefits is required. Conservation Science and Practice. e101. https://doi.org/10.1111/csp2.101
  • Fraser-Baxter, S. & Medvecky, F. (2018) Evaluating the media’s reporting of public and political responses to human-shark interactions in N.S.W, Australia, Marine Policy 97, 109-118
  • Sharif, A. & Medvecky, F. (2018) Climate change news reporting in Pakistan: A qualitative analysis of environmental journalists and the barriers they face. Journal of Science Communication, 17 (01), A03
  • Medvecky, F. (2017). Fairness in knowing: Science communication and epistemic justice. Science and Engineering Ethics, 1-16
  • Medvecky, F. & Macknight, V. (2017). Building the economic-public relationship: learning from science communication and science studies. Journal of Science Communication, 16 (02), A01
  • Burns, M. and Medvecky, F. (2016) The disengaged in science communication: How not to count audiences and publics, Public Understanding of Science, 1-13
  • de Saille, S. and Medvecky, F. (2016) Innovation for a Steady State: A case for Responsible Stagnation, Economy and Society, 45(1)1-23
  • Hine, A., & Medvecky, F. (2015). Unfinished science in museums: A push for critical science literacy. Journal of Science Communication, 14 (02), A04.
  • Medvecky, F. (2015) Transgressions and the Scientific Knower. Social Epistemology Review and Reply Collective, 4(2) 37-41.
  • Medvecky, F. (2014). “Valuing the environment in conservation economics: conceptual and structural barriers”, Ethics & the Environment, 19(2)
  • Medvecky, F., Lacey, J., & Ashworth, P. (2014). “Examining the Role of Carbon Capture and Storage Through an Ethical Lens”. Science and Engineering Ethics, 20(4), 1111-1128
  • Medvecky, F & Leach, J. (2013) “The Ethics of Distributing Scientific Knowledge: Epistemic and Ethical Injustices in Context”, in Goodwin, J., Dahlstrom, M. and Priest, S. (eds)  Ethical Issues in Science Communication: A Theory-Based Approach, Science Communication Project, Ames, IA
  • Medvecky, F. (2013) “Economics, Science and the Spandrels of San Marco”, Social Epistemology Review and Reply Collective, 3(1), 20-22
  • Medvecky, F. (2012). “Valuing environmental costs and benefits in an uncertain future: risk aversion and discounting”. Erasmus Journal for Philosophy and Economics, 5(1), 1-23.
  • Parris, K. M., McCall, S. C., McCarthy, M. A., Minteer, B. A., Steele, K., Bekessy, S., & Medvecky, F. (2010). “Assessing ethical trade-offs in ecological field studies”. Journal of Applied Ecology, 47(1), 227-234.

Capítulos de libro

  • Medvecky, F. (with editor). “Imagining Future Generation in Public Policy” in Steve Fuller & Rupert Read (ed). The Future of Future Generations, Rowman & Littlefield, Lanham, MD
  • Medvecky, F. (2016). “The Cost of Being Known: Economics, Science Communication and Epistemic Justice” in James H. Collier (ed).  The Future of Social Epistemology: A Collective Vision, Rowman & Littlefield, Lanham, MD
  • Medvecky, F. (2014). “Sinking our teeth into public policy economics: A taste of immortality” in Whitman, G. and Dow, J. (eds). Economics of the Undead:  Zombies, Vampires, and the Dismal Science, Rowman & Littlefield, Lanham, MD

Comunicaciones

  • Putting Responsibility Centre-Stage: The Case Of Responsible Stagnation. Society for Social Studies of Science conference. Sydney, August 2018
  • The ethics of risk communication (Keynote). Society for Risk Analysis Benelux. Mol, BE, March 2018
  • The scientific basis of homeopathy, where is the (mis)communication?. Public Communication of Science and Technology conference. Dunedin, NZ, April 2018
  • Valuing good engagement process and individual outcomes in decision-maker engagement with science. Public Communication of Science and Technology conference. Dunedin, NZ, April 2018
  • Turning undergraduates into science storytellers. What are the best practices? Public Communication of Science and Technology conference. Dunedin, NZ, April 2018
  • The role of professional science communication associations in supporting science communicators and legitimising science communication practices. Public Communication of Science and Technology conference. Dunedin, NZ, April 2018
  • Big challenges for small countries in science communication. Public Communication of Science and Technology conference. Dunedin, NZ, April 2018
  • Talking about values in science communication. Public Communication of Science and Technology conference. Dunedin, NZ, April 2018
  • The ethical norms of science communication. Science in Public Conference. Sheffield, July, 2017
  • The (economic) value of science. Australasian Science Communicators Conference. Adelaide, Australia, February 2017
  • Perception of homeopathy by homeopathy users in New Zealand. Science Communicators’ Association of New Zealand Conference. Dunedin, November, 2016
  • The ethical norms of science communication. Science Communicators’ Association of New Zealand Conference. Dunedin, November, 2016
  • Innovation Beyond Growth: Opening the black box of ‘Responsible Stagnation’. European Association for the Study of Science and Technology/ Society for Social Studies of Science joined conference. Barcelona, Spain, September 2016
  • Science Communication and Epistemic Justice. Public Communication of Science and Technology Conference. Istanbul, Turkey, April 2016
  • Scientists Behaving Badly. Public Communication of Science and Technology Conference. Istanbul, Turkey, April 2016
  • Responsible Innovation (RI) and the Steady State: A Case for Responsible Stagnation? Society for then Study of Nanoscience and Emerging Technologies. Montreal, Canada, October 2015
  • Economics’ failure as a social science. Interdisciplinary Social Sciences International Conference: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Contemporary Social Change. Split, Croatia, June 2015
  • Reinterpreting disengagement. International Communication Association. Brisbane, Australia, October 2014
  • The disengaged, non-response and dialogue. European Association for the Study of Science and Technology. Torun, Poland, September 2014
  • The Idiot, the Disengaged, the Counterpublic: Rethinking audiences for science communication. Australasian Science Communicators Conference. Brisbane, Australia, February 2014
  • Valuing the environment in conservation economics: life or lumber? History and Philosophy of Science in Australia: Looking Forward Conference. University of Sydney, Australia, September 2012