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Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education
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The Korean Society for Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education
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Volume 21, Issue 4 - 00 2009
Volume 21, Issue 3 - 00 2009
Volume 21, Issue 2 - 00 2009
Volume 21, Issue 1 - 00 2009
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A Study on a Legislation Plan for Introduction of Offshore Aquaculture Fisheries Regime
CHA, Cheol-Pyo ; LEE, Kwang-Nam ; KIM, Min-Ju ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 21, issue 3, 2009, Pages 335~346
Offshore-aquaculture is a new idea, has emerged as an alternative method, which can minimize the damage to the natural disaster due to the environment pollution by the fish farming activities in the coast and overcome the problems of vicious cycle in fish farming management. On the other hand, as the current fish farming laws and institutions focus on the support for offshore-aquaculture, having the limit to revitalizing and supporting the fish farming business in the open sea, it is necessary to amend the laws and institutions related to fish farm. We should be establish in connection with offshore-aquaculture, after the study aims at examining the foreign laws and institutions in such countries as USA and Norway, establishing the methods for the future laws and institutions of open sea fish farm through the analysis of the issues and controversies in the process of enactment in Korea.
The Investigation of the Characteristics of a Teacher's Questions in Music Activity
LIM, Eun-Ae ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 21, issue 3, 2009, Pages 347~360
The purpose of this study was to investigate the characteristics of a teacher's questions in each context of musical activity by analyzing those questions in kindergarten music activity qualitatively. The participant in research was a teacher in charge of the class of children aged 7. Analysis was carried out on the data collected for 3 months through participation observance note, recording material, interview material and weekly plan. As a result, the teacher's questions were leaned upon the convergent questions to confirm the reflection of information and the understanding of function in singing and performing activity. On the other hand, the teacher's questions were leaned upon the diffusive questions for the thought of integration of information in composition activity and upon the diffusive questions for representing feeling or image with no relation to musical meaning in appreciation activity. However, the teacher's questions for control were conducted together with one of the questions, the question mentioned ahead. The tacit control question in singing and performing activity and the explicit control question in composition activity were conducted together, and in appreciation activity, the simple questions to lead the class, though not with the purpose to control attention, was conducted together.
The Structure of Knowledge Reconsidered : Integrated Knowledge
AHN, Hyo-Il ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 21, issue 3, 2009, Pages 361~372
The purpose of this study was to examine the cause of new curriculum which has always problems even though it is revised repeatedly and to propose an fundamental alternatives to solve these problems. In this study, the cause of these problems considered the wrong point grasping the knowledge of curriculum contents. In other words, the knowledge of curriculum contents is understood as the point of utility rather than the curriculum are constructed as the form reflecting nature of knowledge. According to do this, Bruner's structure of knowledge is of help. The structure of knowledge which is well known existing is understood as manifest aspect but from now on, we have to be concerned about tacit aspect. In this case, the structure of knowledge has characteristics as an integrated knowledge.
The Study on the Reorganization of the Large Purse Seine Fisheries in Korea
KIM, Dae-Young ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 21, issue 3, 2009, Pages 373~389
The aims of this study are to examine urgent problems for reorganization into future-proof large purse seine fisheries in order to positively cope with rapidly changing domestic and foreign fisheries circumstances. First, this paper provides current situations of the large purse seine fisheries. The current situations of it are composed of fisheries influence such as vessel number, vessel power, and fisher number, use of resource and fishing places, and changes in products and sales of species caught by the large purse seine. Secondly, this paper reviews current problems of the large purse seine fisheries including cost reduction and increase of value added. Thirdly, this paper suggests basic development direction and countermeasures for strengthening competitiveness of the large purse seine fisheries. In conclusion, urgent problems of the larger purse seine fisheries can be summarized as inefficiency of distribution structures and retarded landing system and facilities as well as the worse of profitability according to shrink of fishing places, reduction of products, lack of workers, and increase in oil price. To solve the urgent problems, the large purse seine fisheries should be changed into an industry with low cost and high efficiency, and also need to introduce of new production system, strengthen autonomous management of natural resource, and increase in value added to products.
Differences in Thinking Styles and Critical Thinking Dispositions between Elementary School and Secondary School Pre-Service Teachers
HWANG, Soon-Young ; KANG, Seung-Hee ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 21, issue 3, 2009, Pages 390~399
The present study investigated the differences in thinking styles and critical thinking dispositions between elementary school and secondary school pre-service teachers. For this research, 295 college students were selected. The subjects completed the Thinking Styles Inventory(TSI) and the California Critical Thinking Dispositions Inventory(CCTDI). Data were analyzed by descriptive statistics, and MANOVA. The results of this study were as follows: First, there were not statistically significant differences by group in the thinking styles(Type I and Type II). Second, there were statically significant differences according to group in the CCTDI. In this result, secondary school pre-service teachers had higher scores than female students in self-confidence sub-scale of CCTDI.
Basic study on Eco-industrial Park utilizing thermal effluents as heat source
KIM, Dong-Kyu ; KANG, Dae-Seok ; CHUNG, Yong-Hyun ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 21, issue 3, 2009, Pages 400~408
The purpose of this study is to know the concept of Eco-industrial Park and How to use the thermal effluents from power plants. Thermal effluents, which use sea water for cooling, from power plants have been discharged with about
higher temperature than near sea area. Therefore, it could effect on the marine ecosystem as a external pressure factor that increase the artificial thermal load in near sea area. The applications of thermal effluents had been surveyed through the several internal and external cases for utilizing heat sources and reducing the thermal load. As the precedence research for applying, the amount of heat sources of thermal effluents was evaluated. When the thermal effluents was fully applied in heat sources and available heat, assume that use heating season by 12 hours a day of demanded available heat, it was possible to calculate total 198 Tcal of energy saving.
The Relationship among Narcissism, Self-esteem, Hostility, Alienation and Delinquency
CHA, Ta-Soon ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 21, issue 3, 2009, Pages 409~419
The purpose of this study was the examination of delinquency according to, narcissism, self-esteem, hostility and alienation of juvenile. For this, setting 172 students of an academic high school and 366 students of a vocational school(total 538) as the object of this study, the measures of Narcissistic Personality Scales, Self-Esteem Scales, Alienation Scales, and Delinquency Scales were inquired. The method of statistical analysis about these materials was composed of Two-way Analysis of Variance, One-way Analysis of Variance, and Multi-regression Analysis by using SPSS 10.0. The result, when delinquency was examined according to narcissism and self-esteem, in the case that narcissism was highest, self-esteem was lowest, delinquency was highest. When delinquency was examined according to narcissism and hostility, in the case that narcissism was highest, hostility was highest, delinquency was highest. When delinquency was examined according to narcissism and alienation, in the case that narcissism was highest, alienation was highest, delinquency was highest. And, when Multi-regression Analysis about the effect of narcissism, self-esteem, hostility and alienation on delinquency was administrated, the variation that affected delinquency significantly was narcissism, hostility and alienation. That is, we could look forward that the more narcissists feel hostility and alienation, the higher they have delinquency.
An International Comparative Study on the Integrative Contents of Elementary Science Textbooks
PARK, So-Young ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 21, issue 3, 2009, Pages 420~435
The aims of this study are to analyze and compare the elementary textbook contents of science in Korea, USA and England and to make suggestions for the improvement of integrative contents in Korean science textbooks. For this study, lessons on living things in the three grade science textbooks of three different countries were selected and analyzed according to the five criteria: component elements of the lesson, integration of knowledges and investigations, integration of subject and life, connection with other subjects and focus of integration. From this comparative study, five suggestions are inferred for the improvement of the Korean elementary science textbooks. First, it is recommended that Korean textbooks should present unit objectives and evaluative components in the introductive part and last part of each lesson. Second, Korean textbooks should include scientific knowledges as a way of presenting educational contents. Third, Korean textbooks are recommended to include integrated contents fitting for students' life context. Fourth, Korean textbooks are recommended to integrate contents in connection with mathematics, arts, literature and so on. Fifth, issues which can facilitate students to understand contents in the textbooks and to relate to their life should be more employed.
The Analysis on Scope and Sequence of Physical Education Major Curriculum In Korea Universities
LEE, Eun-Hwa ; KIM, In-Hyung ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 21, issue 3, 2009, Pages 436~450
The purpose of this study is to analyze scope and sequence of undergraduate curricula in the department of physical education. For this purpose, this paper has used the types of undergraduate subjects, which are based on analysis tools on the scope and the sequence of the Department of Education major curriculum by Kim and Lee(2005). The major results of this study were as follows. First, the proportion of major content knowledge is far more pedagogical content knowledge. Second, the scope of Physical Education major curriculum is too much stressed on 'the subjects of major content' and on 'the subjects of specific area' than 'the subjects of major skills' and 'comprehensive problem solving'. Third, the Physical Education major curriculum has shown the specific sequence; introduction/foundation courses and theory courses, application courses orderly. Whileas, application course and synthesis course are slim to none.
Changes of Physicochemical properties During Storage at an Aquarium Tank of Wild and Cultured Gray mullet (Mugil cephalus) and Red seabream (Pagrus major)
CHO, Young-Je ; PARK, Hyun-Kyu ; KIM, Seung-Mi ; SHIM, Kil-Bo ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 21, issue 3, 2009, Pages 451~458
The purpose of this study is to analyze the nutrition composition and physiological changes, and to evaluate the food quality of live fish in cultured and wild fishes which have been kept in an aquarium tank. The moisture and lipid content of wild and cultured fishes when kept in an aquarium tank for seven-days storage was found to be lower than those of the initial stage storage(zero day). The breaking strength was also rapidly decreased in all of live fishes tested in this study as the periods of storage extended. The protein content did not differ significantly. However, the content of cortisol, which is a indicator indicating a stress reaction in tissues, was apt to increasing as the periods of storage extended. The cortisol content of wild fishes were higher than those of cultured fishes. On the other hand, the activity of activities of alanine aminotransferase (ALT) and aspartate aminotransferase (AST), which is also a indicator indicating a stress reaction, were not changed in the serum of wild and cultured fish, suggesting the ALT and AST activity dose not directly related with a healthy loss originated from stress. The death ratio of wild fishes were higher than cultured ones due to limited activity and stress during the storage in a aquarium tank.
A Study on Career Barriers and Career Options with Fisheries and Marine Sciences College Students
PARK, Jong-Un ; CHA, Ta-Soon ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 21, issue 3, 2009, Pages 459~469
The purpose of this study was to examine the relation between career options and career barriers of fisheries and marine science college students. The subjects in this study were 1,309 students(male 628, female 681), who were analyzed with 6 career items and career barrier inventory. Data analyses were conducted using t-test, One-way Analysis of Variance, Two-way Analysis of Variance. The results of the research are as follows. First, the career barriers factors that students experienced a lot were future anxiety and lack of career informations. Accoding to sex, there was no meaningful differences on the career barriers, but accoding to grades, there was meaningful differences on the career barriers. Second, career barriers showed high level in case that students chose their majors accoding to the factors of professors, score level and others' admonition. And career barriers was higher in cases of the students who had the level of below the common satisfaction on their majors, who had a minor or temporary absence from school because their majors were unsatisfied, who took courses with their pals, who chose their jobs in terms of pay level and working region, and who had uncertainty on their apptitude and interesting.