Susanne Keuneke was born in 1970. She studied sociology, communications and political science at the University of Münster. In 1998 she received a PhD for her dissertation on "Media Reception and Gender Construction – the Role of Picture Books in the Early Stages of Gender Socialisation". Since 1999 Susanne Keuneke has worked at the University of Düsseldorf, first as an Assistant Professor and now as a Senior Lecturer. The foci of her scientific work lie on computer mediated communication, media reception and media effects, and popular culture.
Keuneke, S. (2005). Qualitatives Interview [Qualitative interview]. In L. Mikos C. Wegener (Ed.), Qualitative Medienforschung. Ein Handbuch (p. 254-67). Konstanz: UVK
Keuneke, S. (2007). (Dis-)integrative effects of MUD-usage as seen by the players. Eludamos – Journal for Computer Game Culture, (1).
Keuneke, S, Graß, H., & Ritz-Timme, S. (2010). ‘CSI Effect’ in der deutschen Rechtsmedizin. Einflüsse des Fernsehens auf die berufliche Orientierung Jugendlicher [‚CSI Effect‘ in German forensic medicine. TV’s impact on the vocational aspirations of adolescents]. Rechtsmedizin. http://www.springerlink.com/content/f8555253777806072/