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Volume 20, Issue 3 - Dec 2008
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A Content Analysis of Sex Education in High School Textbooks Based on Gender Equality
Kim, Sun-Ock ; Heo, Gyun ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 20, issue 1, 2008, Pages 1~11
The purposes of this study are to analyze sex education content in high school textbooks and to suggest new guidelines for high school sex education content from a gender equality standpoint. The study analyzes sex-related content from high school textbooks based on the 7th curriculum, including subject areas such as Technical/Home Economics, Sciences, Physical Education, Social Studies and Moral Studies. The analysis relies on the framework of Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States that covers 4 levels and 6 categories as well as the framework of Choi (2005) that includes 36 themes in 6 different categories. The results of this study are as follows: First, high school sex-related textbooks are focused mainly on human development and human relations. Secondly, there is a lot of level 3 sex education content within the analyzed textbooks. Third, there are gender inequality issues in the coverage of such topics as pregnancy, contraception and sexual violence. Fourth, there are also gender inequality problems caused by content level. This study recommends that gender inequality issues be included in high school sex education guidelines in the future in order to provide improved and appropriate content for high school level sex education.
A Delphi Survey of Corporate Needs for Technical Skills
Park, Sung-Mi ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 20, issue 1, 2008, Pages 12~22
This study presents the results of a delphi survey which is intended to identify technical skills that corporations expect of employees. A total of 300 managers from different businesses took part in the survey. To obtain the delphi data, a questionnaire of expected technical skills developed on the basis of previous research was used. The obtained data were analyzed in terms of frequency and other descriptive statistics. Eleven technical skills emerged as important ones in the corporate environment. In order of importance, subjects listed communication skills, business capabilities, negotiation skills, problem-solving ability, organizational adaptation, ability to gather and analyze relevant information, practical computer literacy, self-management, creativity, and foreign language proficiency.
A Study on Industrial Classification of Fisheries in Korea
Kim, Sam-Kon ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 20, issue 1, 2008, Pages 23~35
The purposes of this study are to analyze problems in industrial classification of fisheries in Korea and to suggest future directions. Based on a thorough review of relevant literature, the study proposes a five-level scheme for classifying fisheries. The highest level should be the fisheries industry, and the next highest level ought to be fisheries. The medium level should include fishing, aquaculture, and fishery service industries. At the fourth level, fishing is to be further divided into sea fishery and inland fishery, aquaculture into sea-surface aquaculture and inland aquaculture, and fishery service industries into integrated fishery service and fishery distribution service. The lowest level is the most detailed. At this level, sea fishery is split into deep sea fishery, offshore fishery, and coastal fishery; sea-surface aquaculture consists of sea aquaculture, seed production aquaculture, and food organism aquaculture; integrated fishery service is further classified into fishery-related service and fishery information service.
A Study on Prediction and Development of Prospective Fisheries-Related Jobs in Korea
Kim, Sam-Kon ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 20, issue 1, 2008, Pages 36~45
The purpose of this study was to explore new fisheries-related jobs in the future. The study is based on a thorough literature review and in-depth interviews with experts in the fisheries industry. The major findings of the study were as follows: First, new fisheries-related jobs that surpass the fitness rating of 90% and earn more than 3 on the prospect scale are expected to be found mostly in professional fishery sectors. In the production and processing sectors, fishery quality control manager, marine product cooks, and raw fish cooks looked most promising. In the fishery marketing and distribution section, on the other hand, marine tour consultants, marine product distribution consultants, underwater guides, online marine product traders, marine sports consultants, and marine safety specialists ranked high on the list.
Effects of Cognitive-behavioral Group Counselling on the Self-esteem and Interpersonal Skills of School Bullying Victims
Kwon, Hyo-Jin ; Kang, Young-Sim ; Kim, Jae-Eun ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 20, issue 1, 2008, Pages 46~57
In an attempt to help improve school bullying victims' self-esteem and interpersonal skills, this study explored the effects of a cognitive-behavioral group counselling program on the victims. The subjects of this study were six middle school female students who were identified as bullying victims by their teachers. They had T-scores of 65 or more on one or more scales in the MMPI-A. The cognitive-behavioral group counselling program was developed to improve their self-esteem and interpersonal skills and was administered twice a week from November 28 to December 30, 2005, totalling ten occasions. Major findings of the study include the following: First, there was a significant difference in self-esteem between pre- and post-tests. All the scores on six tests given on a period-by-period basis showed significant changes at the significance level of 0.1%. Secondly, there was a significant difference in interpersonal skills between pre- and post-tests at the level of 5%. All the scores on six tests given on a period-by-period basis also showed significant changes at the significance level of 0.1%. These findings demonstrate that cognitive-behavioral group counselling is effective in improving school bullying victims' self-esteem and interpersonal skills.
Observations of Variations in Soil Organic Carbon and Carbon Dioxide in the Constructed Wetland at Goheung Bay
Kang, Dong-Hwan ; Kim, Sung-Soo ; Kwon, Byung-Hyuk ; Kim, Il-Kyu ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 20, issue 1, 2008, Pages 58~67
Seasonal variations in carbon dioxide in the air and soil organic carbon in the sediments were monitored at the constructed wetland formed by reclamation work at Goheung Bay. Sediment sampling in the constructed wetland and carbon dioxide measurement in the air were conducted on June 16 and August 23, 2007. Sediments in the constructed wetland were sampled at 11 different points (June 16) and 14 points (August 23), while carbon dioxide in the air was measured at 13 points (June 16) and 15 points (August 23). Water content and organic carbon in the sampled sediments were analyzed in the laboratory. Water content of the sediments was higher than that of general soil, and the variation between June and August was not evident. The amounts of organic carbons in the sediments sampled on August 23 were higher than those sampled on June 16. Also, there was more organic carbon in the sediments sampled at the field of reeds than in the pure wetland area. Daily maximum variation in carbon dioxide in the air was higher on June 16, but the amount of carbon dioxide in the air was greater on August 23. The results of the study suggest that organic carbon in the sediments and carbon dioxide in the air were greater in summer (August 23) than in spring season (June 16) in the constructed wetland at Goheung Bay.
A Study on the Organization of the Standard Liberal Arts Curriculum in Accordance with the Credit Bank System
Gim, Chae-Chun ; Park, So-Young ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 20, issue 1, 2008, Pages 68~77
The purpose of this study is to examine the organization of the standard liberal arts curriculum in accordance with the academic credit bank system (ACBS). With the growth of the system, the standard curriculum of the ACBS turned out to have many problems which have to be solved for securing and maintaining the quality of the system. In an attempt to improve the standard liberal arts curriculum of the ACBS, the study analyzed the problems of standard liberal arts curriculum of the ACBS according to three criteria: the organization of subjects in the six liberal arts curriculum areas, the completion of liberal arts and the exchange subjects between majors and the liberal arts. Based on the results of the analysis, the study suggests ways to improve standard liberal arts curriculum. In the future, research needs to be conducted to explore ways to implement the proposed standard liberal arts curriculum of the ACBS in real contexts.
An Analysis of the Economic Sensitivity of Imported Fishery Products
Park, Cheol-Hyung ; Jang, Young-Soo ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 20, issue 1, 2008, Pages 78~89
This study is intended to analyse the economic sensitivity of imported fishery products due to decrease in or elimination of tariff rates through the progress of free trade. Forty-seven species of fishes were selected for this study on the basis of the HS Code. The substitution and price effects were calculated using the price elasticities of both domestic and imported demands for fishery products under the assumption of 5% decrease in a tariff rate. Seven main economic variables were extracted from the fishery industry which can mediate the substitution and price effects. A multiple regression analysis was conducted to obtain the influence weights of these main economic variables on both effects. The order of sensitivity of the fishes was calculated using these weights. The 47 fish species were classified into four groups according to their sensitivity based on the means and the standard deviations of their total scores on seven main economic considerations. Nine fish species such as squids, hair tails, shellfishes, and crabs belonged to the hyper-sensitive group, whereas 15 fishes such as eels, sea breams, and sea weeds belonged to the sensitive group. Twelve species including common sea basses, cods, and abalones were among the less-sensitive group, and 11 species including skate rays and mud fishes comprised the non-sensitive group.
Comparison of Growth and Water Quality in Juvenile Japanese Eel, Anguilla Japonica Fed Commercial Extruded Pellet and Paste Type Diets
Kim, Seoung-Won ; Rim, Sang-Koo ; Sohn, Sang-Gyu ; Lee, Jinhwan ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 20, issue 1, 2008, Pages 90~94
Growth and water quality in Japanese eel, Anguilla japonica (
) fed extruded and paste type diets were compared for 8 weeks. Fish in the duplicate tanks were fed with one of three experimental diets: two different extruded pellet diets and one paste type diet. Six FRP tanks were used with stocking density of 3.6 kg per tank (3 m3). Restricted feeds (ca. 2% of body weight) were served twice daily. Weight gains were checked at the end of every two-week interval, and water qualities in terms of NH4-N and NO2-N were determined daily one hour after feeding in the morning. Water temperature, dissolved oxygen, and pH were constantly kept within the optimum range, while fifty percent of total water volume was changed daily. Eels fed the extruded pellet diets showed significantly better (P<0.05) growth performance than did eels fed the paste type diet. The amount of feed waste from the paste type diet was significantly greater than those from the extruded pellet diets (P<0.05). Ammonia (NH4-N) waste was significantly higher from the paste diet than from the extruded pellet diets (P<0.05). These results show that extruded pellet diets are better than the paste type diet for growth and water quality management in eel culture.
Food Composition of Crab(Charybdis japonica) Preserved in Brine
Park, IL-Woong ; Kim, Hyun-Su ; Choe, Kyu-Hong ; Choe, Sun-Nam ; Kim, Jung-Bae ; Lim, Sung-Han ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 20, issue 1, 2008, Pages 95~106
Pickled crabs made using Charybdis japonica are becoming part of our dietary habits. Yet research on this food is disappointingly scarce. It is generally accepted that the original food composition of pickled crabs defies scrutiny because various seasonings are added to soy for the production of pickled crabs in most regions. Accordingly, this study attempted to measure the food composition of the Charybdis japonica preserved in brine according to different storage days (10, 15, 20, 25, and 30 days) and different temperatures (
, and ambient temperature). It was found that Charybdis japonica is comprised of moisture (77.5％), ash (2.3％), crude protein (19.7％), and crude lipid (0.5％). The content of crude protein and crude lipid during the storage period tended to decrease over time.
A Case Study of Indiana University's CEL Program for Pre-service School Teachers
Heo, Gyun ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 20, issue 1, 2008, Pages 107~120
Building a competency of pre-service school teachers is one of the critical factors to decide right direction of k-12 computer & information education. In this context, we can realize of the importance of computer & information curriculum for pre-service school teachers. The purpose of this study is to explore the case of the CEL(Computer Educator License) program in Indiana University and to find the developmental direction of technology education for pre-service school teachers. To achieve the purpose of study, the methods and procedures involved the following steps: The literature reviews of technology education were performed. The analysis framework based on case study method was designed for collecting data. Data were composed of related documents, web resources, and interview resources. And collected data were analyzed. The finding and recommendation of this study were the importance of following factors: (a) technology integration in the curriculum for pre-service school teachers, (b) differentiated management with skill-based technology education, (c) leadership for using and diffusing technology in the school, and (d) connected curriculum with the national standard indicator.
A Sighting Survey of Dolphin Watching in the Northeastern Waters of Jeju
Lee, Yoo-Won ; Shin, Hyeong-Il ; Seo, Du-Ok ; Kim, Byung-Yob ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 20, issue 1, 2008, Pages 121~126
This study presents the results of basic sighting surveys conducted for dolphin watching from 2004 to 2006 in the northeastern waters of Jeju. The sighting probability of dolphins (bottlenose dolphin, Tursiops truncatus) was 71.9% (82 sightings out of 114 surveys). The dolphin's attractive behaviors observed included leaping, tail or peduncle slapping and surfing. The findings of this study provide useful baseline data for dolphin watching in the northeastern waters of Jeju.
Biogenic Amine Contents in Fish Products
Cho, Young-Je ; Son, Myoung-Jin ; Kim, Seung-Mi ; Park, Hyun-Kyu ; Yeo, Hae-Kyung ; Shim, Kil-Bo ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 20, issue 1, 2008, Pages 127~134
The purpose of this study was to determine content of biogenic amines (Histamine, Cadaverine, Putrescine) in the salted mackerel, canned mackerel, mackerel pike, and freeze dried mackerel pike (Guamegi) collectively, all were purchased in the market. Salted mackerel was purchased at five markets (A, B, C, D, and F market) and stored for 10 days at
. At the time of purchase, salted mackerel purchased at markets A, B and C was tested for biogenic amine, yet nothing was detected. However, salt mackerel purchased at market D was tested and the histamine concentration was 0.5 mg/100g. Mackerel from market F, exhibited content levels of 0.5 mg/100g histamine and 1.6 mg/100g cadaverine. Those make certain safety during self-life but that purchased F market gradually increased biogenic amine during storage. Prepared salted mackerel of varying levels of freshness and processing methods were analyzed for biogenic amines. Salting process was performed using functional brine salt. VBN (volatile basic nitrogen) was used to establish freshness levels of salted mackerel. Analyses of mackerel muscle determined the values of freshness to be 9.2 mg/100g (good freshness), 18.2 mg/100g (bad freshness), respectively. After 40 days of storage, the content of histamine, cadaverine, putrescine in the freshness of salted mackerel was 2.0 mg/kg, 2.4 mg/kg and 0 mg/kg, respectively. The content of histamine, cadaverine, putrescine in salted mackerel of poor freshness was 71.3 mg/kg, 22.9 mg/kg and 17.8 mg/kg, respectively. It was concluded the presence of biogenic amines during the salting process of salted mackerel significantly effected freshness of materials. The presence of biogenic amines were detected in mackerel that underwent the salting process after 1 month of storage at
. The levels of biogenic amines in the brine salted mackerel were higher than those found in dry, salted mackerel; however, the freshness of fish had an insignificant effect on biogenic amines. The presence of histamine was detected in small quantities in canned mackerel and mackerel pike from three companies. Alternatively, cadaverine and putrescine were not detected. Guamegi, vacuumed packed or sealed with a rope was purchased from three markets (A, B, C seafood company). Guamegi was stored and observed for 180 days at
. Histamine was detected in small quantities in all products stored at
. Levels of histamine was dependent on the types of packaging, rope packaging yielded the highest level. However, other amines were not detected.
Effect of Storage Conditions on Biogenic Amine Levels in Dark-Fleshed Fishes
Cho, Young-Je ; Son, Myoung-Jin ; Kim, Seung-Mi ; Park , Hyun-Kyu ; Yeo, Hae-Kyung ; Shim, Kil-Bo ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 20, issue 1, 2008, Pages 135~145
Biogenic amines are naturally occurring anti-nutrition factors. They are causative agents in food poising episodes and act as catalysts to allergic reactions. The most commonly occurring biogenic amines in foods are: Histamine, tyramine, putrescine, cadaverine, tryptamine,
-phenylethylamine, spermine, spermidine and agmatine. The objective of this study was to identify changes and content levels of specific biogenic amines at selected storage temperatures
, respectively. This study will focus on histamine, cadaverine, and putrescine concentrations in the following dark-fleshed fishes: Mackerel (Scomber japonicus), Horse Mackerel (Trachurus japonicus), Mackerel Pike (Cololabis saira), and Spanish Mackerel (Scomberomorus niphonius). Biogenic amines were determined using a method based on an extraction procedure described in the derivatisation and HPLC(High Performance Liquid Chromatography). The the recovery rate of individual amines was higher than those found in ion exchange chromatography. The results from the dark fleshed fish stability trial showed that high content of histamine (cadaverine and putrescine) were produced within a short period of time at
. Fish stored at lower temperatures
, showed lower content of biogenic amines. At
the production of histamine, cadaverine and putrescine did not initiate until after day 100. All fish recorded the content of histamine below 1 mg/kg with the exception of the Horse Mackerel.