Sünje Andresen

Junior Researcher Juvenile Law

Sünje Andresen has been working as a Junior Researcher at the Leibniz Institute for Media Research | Hans-Bredow-Institut since November 2021. She is conducting research in the project “Security for Children in the Digital World: Improving Regulation, Networking Stakeholders, Implementing Children’s Rights“, which is funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF).

Sünje Andresen studied law at Universität Hamburg with a focus on delinquency and control of delinquency and specialized on the juvenile law and youth criminology.

During her studies, she also worked as a student assistant for the Refugee Law Clinic Hamburg. She completed the apprenticeship to a counsel and gived advices to help seeking people with asylum law.

During her legal clerkship, she worked in the Division of Criminal Law and for the department Juvenile Delinquency and Assistance for Ex-Offenders in the Authority for Work, Health, Family and Integration of Hamburg.

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Sünje Andresen

Junior Researcher Juvenile Law

Leibniz Institute for Media Research | Hans-Bredow-Institut (HBI)
Rothenbaumchaussee 36
20148 Hamburg

Veröffentlicht am: 04.07.2024

Works by Sünje Andresen

Auf der Couch sitzende Mutter guckt mit Baby und Kleinkind auf ein Tablett
DFG Co-operation Project

Connected Kids: Socialisation in a Changing Media Environment

Children and young people use media to establish their position within their respective social groups and contexts. The role their media repertoires and communicative practices play in this and how these change over time is being examined in a qualitative longitudinal study with colleagues from the FAU Erlangen-Nuremberg.

Cover of the journal "Rechtstheorie"
Contribution to Legal Theory

On Tendencies towards the Multiplication and Dynamization of Law

In his article with the original German title "Von Kelsen zu Castells? Zu Tendenzen der Vervielfältigung und Dynamisierung des Rechts" in the journal Rechtstheorie, Tobias Mast deals with structural changes in the legal system and the actors involved.

Cover of the article "Interdisciplinary Architecture Modeling for Regulating Digital Business Ecosystems"
Interdisciplinary Architecture Modeling

Regulating Digital Business Ecosystems

This paper explores the question of how complex socio-technical ecosystems can be modeled using architectural methods.

Cover of the journal GRUR
Published now

Platform Law as EU Law

In his article in GRUR Int., Tobias Mast describes the peculiarities of platform law, which has been developing at European level for several years.

Hand tippt auf Smartphone
How do software systems affect user behavior?

Software Systems, the Public and Participation

The aim of this project is to develop a communication-sociological approach to the relationship between software systems, the public sphere and participation.

Fußspuren im Sand
Collaborative Project

Political Polarization and Online Information Environments

What is the interplay between the diversity of our information exposure online and the polarization of our political opinions towards certain issues or groups over time?

Lichtinstallation: Weiße Quader schweben in dunkelblauem Raum
Volkswagen Foundation Funds Joint Project

Informing Regulatory Reasoning on Algorithmic Systems in Societal Communication with STEAM

The project, which is located between media law and computer science, aims to use a new method to visualize the functioning of news distribution on digital platforms and thus offer media regulation opportunities for new regulatory approaches.

Äpfel in einer Sortiermaschine
New Methods in Automated Content Analysis

Few-Shot Learning in Communication Science

The cooperation project transfers computer science methods to empirical communication science. Semi-automated content analyses can thus also examine vast amounts of data.

Schloss Schwerin
Telephone Survey

Media Use and Political Culture in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania

The study aims to provide an overview of politically oriented media use and political culture in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern as well as to develop strategies to improve outreach to population groups that largely avoid news.

Zeitung, Notizbuch mit Stift, Mobiltelefon, Kaffeebecher und Sonnenbrill auf einem Holztisch
International Study on News Usage

Reuters Institute Digital News Report

The annual international representative survey conducted by the Reuters Institute in Oxford examines news usage and reveals general trends and national characteristics of developments. The Leibniz Institute for Media Research is conducting the German part of the study.

Mensch steht auf grauem Grund in der Mitte einer runden Spielfeldmarkierung. Er wirft einen langen Schatten.
Human in the Machine

Human In the Loop? Autonomy and Automation in Socio-Technical Systems

The research project Human in the Loop? investigates how human participation can improve automated decision-making processes.

Kunden an Blumenstand auf einem Markt
Project within the RISC

Integration-Related Remit and Functions of Public Service Media

Are public service media legally obliged to create social cohesion? And how is the integration-related performance of these media perceived?

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