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    Authors: Jongejans, Loeka Laura; Liebner, Susanne; Knoblauch, Christian; Mangelsdorf, Kai; +1 Authors

    This dataset describes two 17 m long sediment cores taken from beneath two thermokarst lakes in the Yukechi Alas, Central Yakutia, Russia. The first core was taken from below an Alas thermokarst lake (YU-L7; 61.76397°N, 130.46442°E) and the second core below and Yedoma lake (YU-L15; 61.76086°N, 130.47466°E). The dataset presents biogeochemical and biomarker parameters of sediment cores YU-L7 and YU-L15. Biogeochemical analyses include total carbon (TC) content, total organic carbon (TOC) content, total nitrogen (TN) content. Biomarker parameters include the n-alkane concentration, average chain length (ACL), carbon preference index (CPI), brGDGT concentration, archaeol concentration and the isoGDGT-0 concentration. The n-alkanes were measured in the aliphatic fraction by gas chromatography-mass spectromety using a Trace GC Ultra coupled to a DSQ MS. The branched and isoprenoid glycerol dialkyl glycerol tetraethers, as well as the dialkyl glycerol diether lipid (archaeol) were measured in the NSO fraction using a Shimadzu LC-10AD high-performance liquid chromatograph coupled to a Finnigan TSQ 7000 mass spectrometer via an atmospheric pressure chemical ionization interface. The pH soil is the sediment pH which was assessed by adding 6.12 mL of 0.01 M CaCl~2~ to ~2.5 g dried sediment and measuring with a Multilab 540 (WTW) at 20°C.

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  • Authors: Weiß, Anja; Sommer, Ilka; Chen, Wei; Liu, Tao; +2 Authors

    DE: Der Datensatz enthält 19 Beobachtungen von Ärzten und Ärztinnen, die eine_n Simulationspatienten/in (SP) behandeln, der bzw. die Herzinsuffizenz simuliert, ein weit verbreitetes kardiologisches Syndrom. Die Arzt-Patient-Interaktionen fanden 2019 am Peking Union Medical College-Hospital (PUMCH) in Peking (VR China) statt. Die teilnehmenden Ärzte und Ärztinnen waren in Bezug auf Berufserfahrung, Spezialisierungsgrad, Fachsprache, Alter, Geschlecht und Migrationserfahrung divers. Diese Merkmale liegen als Fragebogendaten vor. Die Studie verwendete zwei Skripte für die SPs: Ein Fall von systolischer Herzinsuffizienz – für die eine Standardbehandlung verfügbar ist – wurde von 60-jährigen männlichen SPs dargestellt; ein Fall von diastolischer Herzinsuffizienz – für die die Behandlungsrichtlinien weniger klar sind – wurde von 80-jährigen weiblichen SPs gespielt. Der Kern des Datensatzes besteht aus Videos, Transkriptionen in Englisch und Mandarin sowie Teilübersetzungen ins Englische für Fälle in den Sprachen Mandarin. Einige Sequenzen wurden in ELAN übertragen. Der Datensatz ermöglicht die Untersuchung von beruflichem Wissen und Praxis in einer interkulturellen und transnational vergleichenden Perspektive. Die Daten sind für die angewandte Forschung in der Medizindidaktik und für die wissenssoziologische Grundlagenforschung und Gesprächsanalyse relevant. Medizinsoziologie, Wissenschaftsforschung, Social Studies of Science and Medicine, Professionssoziologie und Migrationsforschung sind Teildisziplinen, die von einer Weiterverwendung der Daten profitieren könnten.EN: The data set contains 19 observations of physicians during a first encounter with a patient actor simulating a prevalent cardiac disease, heart failure. The doctor-patient-interaction took place 2019 at Beijing Union Medical College-Hospital (PUMCH) in Beijing (PRChina). Participating physicians were diverse in terms of professional experience, degree of specialization, professional language, age, gender and migration experience. These characteristics are available as questionnaire data. The study employed two scrips for simulated patients: a case of systolic heart failure – for which a standard treatment is available – was enacted by 60-year-old male SPs; a case of diastolic heart failure – for which treatment guidelines are less clear – was enacted by 80-year-old female SPs. The core of the data set consists of videos, transcripts in English and Mandarin as well as partial translations to English for the Mandarin language cases. Some sequences were transferred to ELAN. The data set enables the study of professional knowledge and practise in an intercultural and transnationally comparative perspective. It is relevant for applied research in medical education and for foundational research in the sociology of knowledge and conversation analysis. The sociology of medicine, social studies of science and medicine, sociology of professions, and migration research are sub-disciplines that might profit from reusing the data. Transcription method: Standardorthographie, Partiturschreibweise, teilweise GAT-2Study-Materials note: Context materials include questionnaires, scripts for the simulation patients, case vignettes (lab reports and ECGs), schedule for the doctor-patient-encounters, MAXQDA-project, background information on the research design, background information on the Medical Education at PUMCH, informed consent form

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    Authors: Jongejans, Loeka Laura; Liebner, Susanne; Knoblauch, Christian; Mangelsdorf, Kai; +1 Authors

    This dataset describes two 17 m long sediment cores taken from beneath two thermokarst lakes in the Yukechi Alas, Central Yakutia, Russia. The first core was taken from below an Alas thermokarst lake (YU-L7; 61.76397°N, 130.46442°E) and the second core below and Yedoma lake (YU-L15; 61.76086°N, 130.47466°E). The dataset presents the dissolved organic carbon (DOC) content from sediment cores YU-L7 and YU-L15. The DOC was measured as non-purgeable organic carbon fraction and is expressed in mg/L.

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  • Authors: Domsel, Maike Maria;

    DE: Sammlung von kürzeren und collagenartigen Texten, die unterschiedliche thematische Bereiche und verschiedene Phasen bzw. besondere Wendepunkte die spirituelle Identität der Autorin betreffend berühren. Hierzu gehören diverse Gedichte (Anzahl 15), erzählende Gedichte (3), retrospektive Tagebucheinträge (5), rückblickende Tagebucheinträge zur Schulerfahrung (2), fiktive Briefe (3), ein Gebet und eine Erzählung sowie Gedanken (1), ein Bericht über die Entstehung der Fotos (1) sowie leitfadengestützte Interviews mit entsprechenden Transkriptionen (2). Des Weiteren sind in einem Tonstudio vier Lieder von der Autorin gesanglich interpretiert worden: 1. Johann Strauss (1825-1899): "Ich lade gern mir Gäste ein" aus der Federmaus (Sprache: deutsch; Begleitung: Klavier) 2. Christoph Willibald Gluck (1714-1787): "Che farὸ senza Euridice?" aus Orfeo ed Euridice (Sprache: italienisch; Begleitung: Streichquartett und Cembalo) 3. Georg Friedrich Händel (1685-1759): Rezitativ und Doppelarie, im Alt "He shall feed his flock" und im Sopran "Come unto Him" (Sprache: englisch; Begleitung: Klavier) 4. Richard Wagner (1813-1883): "Schmerzen" aus dem Wesendonck-Zyklus (Sprache: deutsch; Begleitung: Streichquartett und Cembalo).EN: Collection of shorter and collage-like texts that touch on different thematic areas and different phases or particular turning points concerning the author's spiritual identity. These include various poems (number 15), narrative poems (3), retrospective diary entries (5), retrospective diary entries on the school experience (2), fictional letters (3), a prayer and a narrative as well as thoughts (1), a report on the creation of photographs (1) as well as guided interviews with corresponding transcriptions (2). Furthermore, four songs were interpreted vocally by the author in a recording studio: 1. Johann Strauss (1825-1899): "Ich lade gern mir Gäste ein" from Federmaus (language: German; accompaniment: piano) 2. Christoph Willibald Gluck (1714-1787): "Che farὸ senza Euridice?" from Orfeo ed Euridice (language: Italian; accompaniment: string quartet and harpsichord) 3. George Friederich Händel (1685-1759): recitative and double aria, in alto "He shall feed his flock" and in soprano "Come unto Him" (language: English; accompaniment: piano) 4. Richard Wagner (1813-1883): "Schmerzen" from the Wesendonck cycle (language: German; accompaniment: string quartet and harpsichord). Transcription method: Standardorthographie, geglättetStudy-Materials note: verfügbare Kontexmaterialien sind Interviewleitfäden, Lebenslauf, Fotos, LiedblätterDE: Die autoethnographischen Materialien können auf Anfrage beim Forschungsdatenzentrum Qualiservice erhalten werden. Für weitere Informationen besuchen Sie bitte die Qualiservice-Website: https://www.qualiservice.org/de/daten-nutzen.html

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  • Authors: Weiß, Anja; Sommer, Ilka; Merse, Stefanie; Weingartz, Sarah; +3 Authors

    DE: Der Datensatz enthält 18 Beobachtungen von Ärzten und Ärztinnen, die eine_n Simulationspatienten/in (SP) behandeln, der bzw. die Herzinsuffizenz simuliert, ein weit verbreitetes kardiologisches Syndrom. Die Arzt-Patient-Interaktionen fanden 2020 am University Medical Center Groningen (UMCG) in Groningen (Niederlande) statt. Die teilnehmenden Ärzte und Ärztinnen waren in Bezug auf Berufserfahrung, Spezialisierungsgrad, Fachsprache, Alter, Geschlecht und Migrationserfahrung divers. Diese Merkmale liegen als Fragebogendaten vor. Die Studie verwendete zwei Skripte für die SPs: Ein Fall von systolischer Herzinsuffizienz – für die eine Standardbehandlung verfügbar ist – wurde von 60-jährigen männlichen SPs dargestellt; ein Fall von diastolischer Herzinsuffizienz – für die die Behandlungsrichtlinien weniger klar sind – wurde von 80-jährigen weiblichen SPs gespielt. Der Kern des Datensatzes besteht aus Videos und Transkriptionen in Englisch. Der Datensatz ermöglicht die Untersuchung von beruflichem Wissen und Praxis in einer interkulturellen und transnational vergleichenden Perspektive. Die Daten sind für die angewandte Forschung in der Medizindidaktik und für die wissenssoziologische Grundlagenforschung und Gesprächsanalyse relevant. Medizinsoziologie, Wissenschaftsforschung, Social Studies of Science and Medicine, Professionssoziologie und Migrationsforschung sind Teildisziplinen, die von einer Weiterverwendung der Daten profitieren könnten.EN: The data set contains 18 observations of physicians during a first encounter with a patient actor simulating a prevalent cardiac disease, heart failure. The doctor-patient-interaction took place 2020 at the University Medical Center Groningen (UMCG) in Groningen (Netherlands). Participating physicians were diverse in terms of professional experience, degree of specialization, professional language, age, gender and migration experience. These characteristics are available as questionnaire data. The study employed two scrips for simulated patients: a case of systolic heart failure – for which a standard treatment is available – was enacted by 60-year-old male SPs; a case of diastolic heart failure – for which treatment guidelines are less clear – was enacted by 80-year-old female SPs. The core of the data set consists of videos and transcripts in English. The data set enables the study of professional knowledge and practise in an intercultural and transnationally comparative perspective. It is relevant for applied research in medical education and for foundational research in the sociology of knowledge and conversation analysis. The sociology of medicine, social studies of science and medicine, sociology of professions, and migration research are sub-disciplines that might profit from reusing the data. Transcription method: Standardorthographie, Partiturschreibweise, teilweise GAT-2Study-Materials note: Context materials include questionnaires, scripts for the simulation patients, case vignettes (lab reports and ECGs), schedule for the doctor-patient-encounters, MAXQDA-project, background information on the research design, informed consent form

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  • Authors: Jongejans, Loeka Laura; Liebner, Susanne; Knoblauch, Christian; Mangelsdorf, Kai; +1 Authors

    This dataset describes two 17 m long sediment cores taken from beneath two thermokarst lakes in the Yukechi Alas, Central Yakutia, Russia. The first core was taken from below an Alas thermokarst lake (YU-L7; 61.76397°N, 130.46442°E) and the second core below and Yedoma lake (YU-L15; 61.76086°N, 130.47466°E). The dataset presents biogeochemical and biomarker parameters of sediment cores YU-L7 and YU-L15. Biogeochemical analyses include total carbon (TC) content, total organic carbon (TOC) content, total nitrogen (TN) content. Biomarker parameters include the n-alkane concentration, average chain length (ACL), carbon preference index (CPI), brGDGT concentration, archaeol concentration and the isoGDGT-0 concentration. The n-alkanes were measured in the aliphatic fraction by gas chromatography-mass spectromety using a Trace GC Ultra coupled to a DSQ MS. The branched and isoprenoid glycerol dialkyl glycerol tetraethers, as well as the dialkyl glycerol diether lipid (archaeol) were measured in the NSO fraction using a Shimadzu LC-10AD high-performance liquid chromatograph coupled to a Finnigan TSQ 7000 mass spectrometer via an atmospheric pressure chemical ionization interface. The pH soil is the sediment pH which was assessed by adding 6.12 mL of 0.01 M CaCl~2~ to ~2.5 g dried sediment and measuring with a Multilab 540 (WTW) at 20°C.

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  • Authors: Sommer, Ilka; Weingartz, Sarah; Elçin, Melih; Tuncel, Bilge; +1 Authors

    DE: Der Datensatz enthält 18 Beobachtungen von Ärzten und Ärztinnen, die eine_n Simulationspatienten/in (SP) behandeln, der bzw. die Herzinsuffizenz simuliert, ein weit verbreitetes kardiologisches Syndrom. Die Arzt-Patient-Interaktionen fanden 2019 an der medizinischen Fakultät der Hacettepe Universität in Ankara (Türkei) statt. Die teilnehmenden Ärzte und Ärztinnen waren in Bezug auf Berufserfahrung, Spezialisierungsgrad, Fachsprache, Alter, Geschlecht und Migrationserfahrung divers. Diese Merkmale liegen als Fragebogendaten vor. Die Studie verwendete zwei Skripte für die SPs: Ein Fall von systolischer Herzinsuffizienz – für die eine Standardbehandlung verfügbar ist – wurde von 60-jährigen männlichen SPs dargestellt; ein Fall von diastolischer Herzinsuffizienz – für die die Behandlungsrichtlinien weniger klar sind – wurde von 80-jährigen weiblichen SPs gespielt. Der Kern des Datensatzes besteht aus Videos, Transkriptionen in Englisch und Türkisch sowie Teilübersetzungen ins Englische für Fälle in Türkisch. Einige Sequenzen wurden in ELAN übertragen. Der Datensatz ermöglicht die Untersuchung von beruflichem Wissen und Praxis in einer interkulturellen und transnational vergleichenden Perspektive. Die Daten sind für die angewandte Forschung in der Medizindidaktik und für die wissenssoziologische Grundlagenforschung und Gesprächsanalyse relevant. Medizinsoziologie, Wissenschaftsforschung, Social Studies of Science and Medicine, Professionssoziologie und Migrationsforschung sind Teildisziplinen, die von einer Weiterverwendung der Daten profitieren könnten.EN: The data set contains 18 observations of physicians during a first encounter with a patient actor simulating a prevalent cardiac disease, heart failure. The doctor-patient-interaction took place 2019 at the medical faculty of Hacettepe University in Ankara (Turkey). Participating physicians were diverse in terms of professional experience, degree of specialization, professional language, age, gender and migration experience. These characteristics are available as questionnaire data. The study employed two scrips for simulated patients: a case of systolic heart failure – for which a standard treatment is available – was enacted by 60-year-old male SPs; a case of diastolic heart failure – for which treatment guidelines are less clear – was enacted by 80-year-old female SPs. The core of the data set consists of videos, transcripts in English and Turkish as well as partial translations to English for the Turkish language cases. Some sequences were transferred to ELAN. The data set enables the study of professional knowledge and practise in an intercultural and transnationally comparative perspective. It is relevant for applied research in medical education and for foundational research in the sociology of knowledge and conversation analysis. The sociology of medicine, social studies of science and medicine, sociology of professions, and migration research are sub-disciplines that might profit from reusing the data. Transcription method: Standardorthographie, Partiturschreibweise, teilweise GAT-2Study-Materials note: Context materials include questionnaires, scripts for the simulation patients, case vignettes (lab reports and ECGs), schedule for the doctor-patient-encounters, MAXQDA-project, background information on the research design, informed consent form

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    Authors: Jongejans, Loeka Laura; Liebner, Susanne; Knoblauch, Christian; Mangelsdorf, Kai; +1 Authors

    This dataset describs two 17 m long sediment cores taken from beneath two thermokarst lakes in the Yukechi Alas, Central Yakutia, Russia. The first core was taken from below an Alas thermokarst lake (YU-L7; 61.76397°N, 130.46442°E) and the second core below and Yedoma lake (YU-L15; 61.76086°N, 130.47466°E). The dataset presents the branched glyerol diakyl glyerol tetraether (brGDGT) concentrations from sediment cores YUL7 and YU-L15 which are given in µg/g sediment. The branched glycerol dialkyl glycerol tetraethers were measured in the NSO fraction using a Shimadzu LC-10AD high-performance liquid chromatograph coupled to a Finnigan TSQ 7000 mass spectrometer via an atmospheric pressure chemical ionization interface.

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  • Authors: Weiß, Anja; Sommer, Ilka; Merse, Stefanie; Störk, Stefan; +2 Authors

    DE: Der Datensatz enthält 9 Beobachtungen von Ärzten und Ärztinnen, die eine_n Simulationspatienten/in (SP) behandeln, der bzw. die Herzinsuffizenz simuliert, ein weit verbreitetes kardiologisches Syndrom. Die Arzt-Patient-Interaktionen fanden 2019 am Universitätsklinikum Würzburg in Würzburg (Deutschland) statt. Die teilnehmenden Ärzte und Ärztinnen waren in Bezug auf Berufserfahrung, Spezialisierungsgrad, Fachsprache, Alter, Geschlecht und Migrationserfahrung divers. Diese Merkmale liegen als Fragebogendaten vor. Die Studie verwendete zwei Skripte für die SPs: Ein Fall von systolischer Herzinsuffizienz – für die eine Standardbehandlung verfügbar ist – wurde von 60-jährigen männlichen SPs dargestellt; ein Fall von diastolischer Herzinsuffizienz – für die die Behandlungsrichtlinien weniger klar sind – wurde von 80-jährigen weiblichen SPs gespielt. Der Kern des Datensatzes besteht aus Videos und Transkriptionen in Deutsch. Der Datensatz ermöglicht die Untersuchung von beruflichem Wissen und Praxis in einer interkulturellen und transnational vergleichenden Perspektive. Die Daten sind für die angewandte Forschung in der Medizindidaktik und für die wissenssoziologische Grundlagenforschung und Gesprächsanalyse relevant. Medizinsoziologie, Wissenschaftsforschung, Social Studies of Science and Medicine, Professionssoziologie und Migrationsforschung sind Teildisziplinen, die von einer Weiterverwendung der Daten profitieren könnten.EN: The data set contains 9 observations of physicians during a first encounter with a patient actor simulating a prevalent cardiac disease, heart failure. The doctor-patient-interaction took place 2019 at the University Hospital Würzburg in Würzburg (Germany). Participating physicians were diverse in terms of professional experience, degree of specialization, professional language, age, gender and migration experience. These characteristics are available as questionnaire data. The study employed two scrips for simulated patients: a case of systolic heart failure – for which a standard treatment is available – was enacted by 60-year-old male SPs; a case of diastolic heart failure – for which treatment guidelines are less clear – was enacted by 80-year-old female SPs. The core of the data set consists of videos and transcripts in German. The data set enables the study of professional knowledge and practise in an intercultural and transnationally comparative perspective. It is relevant for applied research in medical education and for foundational research in the sociology of knowledge and conversation analysis. The sociology of medicine, social studies of science and medicine, sociology of professions, and migration research are sub-disciplines that might profit from reusing the data. Transcription method: Standardorthographie, Partiturschreibweise, teilweise GAT-2Study-Materials note: Context materials include questionnaires, scripts for the simulation patients, case vignettes (lab reports and ECGs), schedule for the doctor-patient-encounters, MAXQDA-project, background information on the research design, informed consent form

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    Authors: Jongejans, Loeka Laura; Liebner, Susanne; Knoblauch, Christian; Mangelsdorf, Kai; +1 Authors

    This dataset describes two 17 m long sediment cores taken from beneath two thermokarst lakes in the Yukechi Alas, Central Yakutia, Russia. The first core was taken from below an Alas thermokarst lake (YU-L7; 61.76397°N, 130.46442°E) and the second core below and Yedoma lake (YU-L15; 61.76086°N, 130.47466°E). The dataset presents the cumulative greenhouse gas production from sediment cores YU-L7 and YU-L15. We incubated the anaerobically at 4 °C for one year and measured carbon dioxide (CO2) and methane (CH4) concentrations biweekly in a 250 µL subsample using gas chromatography with an Agilent GC 7890A equipped with an Agilent HP-PLOT Q column. CO2 and CH4 concentrations are given over time for all sample with three replicates each.

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    Authors: Jongejans, Loeka Laura; Liebner, Susanne; Knoblauch, Christian; Mangelsdorf, Kai; +1 Authors

    This dataset describes two 17 m long sediment cores taken from beneath two thermokarst lakes in the Yukechi Alas, Central Yakutia, Russia. The first core was taken from below an Alas thermokarst lake (YU-L7; 61.76397°N, 130.46442°E) and the second core below and Yedoma lake (YU-L15; 61.76086°N, 130.47466°E). The dataset presents biogeochemical and biomarker parameters of sediment cores YU-L7 and YU-L15. Biogeochemical analyses include total carbon (TC) content, total organic carbon (TOC) content, total nitrogen (TN) content. Biomarker parameters include the n-alkane concentration, average chain length (ACL), carbon preference index (CPI), brGDGT concentration, archaeol concentration and the isoGDGT-0 concentration. The n-alkanes were measured in the aliphatic fraction by gas chromatography-mass spectromety using a Trace GC Ultra coupled to a DSQ MS. The branched and isoprenoid glycerol dialkyl glycerol tetraethers, as well as the dialkyl glycerol diether lipid (archaeol) were measured in the NSO fraction using a Shimadzu LC-10AD high-performance liquid chromatograph coupled to a Finnigan TSQ 7000 mass spectrometer via an atmospheric pressure chemical ionization interface. The pH soil is the sediment pH which was assessed by adding 6.12 mL of 0.01 M CaCl~2~ to ~2.5 g dried sediment and measuring with a Multilab 540 (WTW) at 20°C.

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  • Authors: Weiß, Anja; Sommer, Ilka; Chen, Wei; Liu, Tao; +2 Authors

    DE: Der Datensatz enthält 19 Beobachtungen von Ärzten und Ärztinnen, die eine_n Simulationspatienten/in (SP) behandeln, der bzw. die Herzinsuffizenz simuliert, ein weit verbreitetes kardiologisches Syndrom. Die Arzt-Patient-Interaktionen fanden 2019 am Peking Union Medical College-Hospital (PUMCH) in Peking (VR China) statt. Die teilnehmenden Ärzte und Ärztinnen waren in Bezug auf Berufserfahrung, Spezialisierungsgrad, Fachsprache, Alter, Geschlecht und Migrationserfahrung divers. Diese Merkmale liegen als Fragebogendaten vor. Die Studie verwendete zwei Skripte für die SPs: Ein Fall von systolischer Herzinsuffizienz – für die eine Standardbehandlung verfügbar ist – wurde von 60-jährigen männlichen SPs dargestellt; ein Fall von diastolischer Herzinsuffizienz – für die die Behandlungsrichtlinien weniger klar sind – wurde von 80-jährigen weiblichen SPs gespielt. Der Kern des Datensatzes besteht aus Videos, Transkriptionen in Englisch und Mandarin sowie Teilübersetzungen ins Englische für Fälle in den Sprachen Mandarin. Einige Sequenzen wurden in ELAN übertragen. Der Datensatz ermöglicht die Untersuchung von beruflichem Wissen und Praxis in einer interkulturellen und transnational vergleichenden Perspektive. Die Daten sind für die angewandte Forschung in der Medizindidaktik und für die wissenssoziologische Grundlagenforschung und Gesprächsanalyse relevant. Medizinsoziologie, Wissenschaftsforschung, Social Studies of Science and Medicine, Professionssoziologie und Migrationsforschung sind Teildisziplinen, die von einer Weiterverwendung der Daten profitieren könnten.EN: The data set contains 19 observations of physicians during a first encounter with a patient actor simulating a prevalent cardiac disease, heart failure. The doctor-patient-interaction took place 2019 at Beijing Union Medical College-Hospital (PUMCH) in Beijing (PRChina). Participating physicians were diverse in terms of professional experience, degree of specialization, professional language, age, gender and migration experience. These characteristics are available as questionnaire data. The study employed two scrips for simulated patients: a case of systolic heart failure – for which a standard treatment is available – was enacted by 60-year-old male SPs; a case of diastolic heart failure – for which treatment guidelines are less clear – was enacted by 80-year-old female SPs. The core of the data set consists of videos, transcripts in English and Mandarin as well as partial translations to English for the Mandarin language cases. Some sequences were transferred to ELAN. The data set enables the study of professional knowledge and practise in an intercultural and transnationally comparative perspective. It is relevant for applied research in medical education and for foundational research in the sociology of knowledge and conversation analysis. The sociology of medicine, social studies of science and medicine, sociology of professions, and migration research are sub-disciplines that might profit from reusing the data. Transcription method: Standardorthographie, Partiturschreibweise, teilweise GAT-2Study-Materials note: Context materials include questionnaires, scripts for the simulation patients, case vignettes (lab reports and ECGs), schedule for the doctor-patient-encounters, MAXQDA-project, background information on the research design, background information on the Medical Education at PUMCH, informed consent form

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    Authors: Jongejans, Loeka Laura; Liebner, Susanne; Knoblauch, Christian; Mangelsdorf, Kai; +1 Authors

    This dataset describes two 17 m long sediment cores taken from beneath two thermokarst lakes in the Yukechi Alas, Central Yakutia, Russia. The first core was taken from below an Alas thermokarst lake (YU-L7; 61.76397°N, 130.46442°E) and the second core below and Yedoma lake (YU-L15; 61.76086°N, 130.47466°E). The dataset presents the dissolved organic carbon (DOC) content from sediment cores YU-L7 and YU-L15. The DOC was measured as non-purgeable organic carbon fraction and is expressed in mg/L.

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  • Authors: Domsel, Maike Maria;

    DE: Sammlung von kürzeren und collagenartigen Texten, die unterschiedliche thematische Bereiche und verschiedene Phasen bzw. besondere Wendepunkte die spirituelle Identität der Autorin betreffend berühren. Hierzu gehören diverse Gedichte (Anzahl 15), erzählende Gedichte (3), retrospektive Tagebucheinträge (5), rückblickende Tagebucheinträge zur Schulerfahrung (2), fiktive Briefe (3), ein Gebet und eine Erzählung sowie Gedanken (1), ein Bericht über die Entstehung der Fotos (1) sowie leitfadengestützte Interviews mit entsprechenden Transkriptionen (2). Des Weiteren sind in einem Tonstudio vier Lieder von der Autorin gesanglich interpretiert worden: 1. Johann Strauss (1825-1899): "Ich lade gern mir Gäste ein" aus der Federmaus (Sprache: deutsch; Begleitung: Klavier) 2. Christoph Willibald Gluck (1714-1787): "Che farὸ senza Euridice?" aus Orfeo ed Euridice (Sprache: italienisch; Begleitung: Streichquartett und Cembalo) 3. Georg Friedrich Händel (1685-1759): Rezitativ und Doppelarie, im Alt "He shall feed his flock" und im Sopran "Come unto Him" (Sprache: englisch; Begleitung: Klavier) 4. Richard Wagner (1813-1883): "Schmerzen" aus dem Wesendonck-Zyklus (Sprache: deutsch; Begleitung: Streichquartett und Cembalo).EN: Collection of shorter and collage-like texts that touch on different thematic areas and different phases or particular turning points concerning the author's spiritual identity. These include various poems (number 15), narrative poems (3), retrospective diary entries (5), retrospective diary entries on the school experience (2), fictional letters (3), a prayer and a narrative as well as thoughts (1), a report on the creation of photographs (1) as well as guided interviews with corresponding transcriptions (2). Furthermore, four songs were interpreted vocally by the author in a recording studio: 1. Johann Strauss (1825-1899): "Ich lade gern mir Gäste ein" from Federmaus (language: German; accompaniment: piano) 2. Christoph Willibald Gluck (1714-1787): "Che farὸ senza Euridice?" from Orfeo ed Euridice (language: Italian; accompaniment: string quartet and harpsichord) 3. George Friederich Händel (1685-1759): recitative and double aria, in alto "He shall feed his flock" and in soprano "Come unto Him" (language: English; accompaniment: piano) 4. Richard Wagner (1813-1883): "Schmerzen" from the Wesendonck cycle (language: German; accompaniment: string quartet and harpsichord). Transcription method: Standardorthographie, geglättetStudy-Materials note: verfügbare Kontexmaterialien sind Interviewleitfäden, Lebenslauf, Fotos, LiedblätterDE: Die autoethnographischen Materialien können auf Anfrage beim Forschungsdatenzentrum Qualiservice erhalten werden. Für weitere Informationen besuchen Sie bitte die Qualiservice-Website: https://www.qualiservice.org/de/daten-nutzen.html

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