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Original TitleCoding Set: Social Network Analysis Data for the PhD Thesis "More than trees"
Kinds of DataContext Materials / Supporting information
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CreatorIsaac, Roman  0000-0002-0007-7433 (Social-ecological Systems Institute (SESI), Leuphana Universität Lüneburg  02w2y2t16)
Martín-López, Berta  0000-0003-2622-0135 (Social-ecological Systems Institute (SESI), Leuphana Universität Lüneburg  02w2y2t16)
Koegst, Jana
Description of the DatasetTo identify relevant actors for the governance of co-produced forest nature's contributions to people (NCP) the researchers conducted a social-network analysis based on 39 semi-structured interviews with foresters and conservation managers. These interviews were conducted across three case study sites in Germany: Schorfheide-Chorin in the Northeast, Hainich-Dün in the Centre, and Schwäbische Alb in the Southwest. All three case study sites belong to the large-scale and long-term research platform Biodiversity Exploratories. The researchers employed a predefined coding set to analyse the interviews and grasp the relationships between different actors based on the anthropogenic capitals they used to co-produce forest nature's contributions to people (NCP). To secure the interviewees anonymity this coding cannot be published. Therefore, this data set is limited to this coding set.
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KeywordsNetzwerkanalyse; Steuerungsprozesse; Ökosystem; Dienstleistung; Natürlicher Einfluss; Wald; Koproduktion; Network Analysis; Governance; Ecosystem; Service Provision; Nature's Contribution; Forest; Co-production
Thematic ClassificationMensch-Natur-Beziehung
GeolocationCountry: Germany
Publication Year2024
Published byMedien- und Informationszentrum, Leuphana Universität Lüneburg
Superordinate Data Collection Data PhD Isaac
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