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Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education
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Volume 22, Issue 4 - Dec 2010
Volume 22, Issue 3 - Sep 2010
Volume 22, Issue 2 - Jun 2010
Volume 22, Issue 1 - Mar 2010
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Relationships between Major Satisfaction and Career Decision Efficacy and Career Attitude Maturity of Engineering College Students
Kang, Seung-Hee ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 22, issue 2, 2010, Pages 151~164
The purpose of this study was to investigate relationships between major satisfaction and career decision efficacy and career attitude maturity of engineering college students by performing canonical correlation analysis. A total of 492 engineering students(male=380, female=112) completed 3 tests. The results of canonical correlation analysis showed a) major satisfaction were significantly associated with career decision efficacy, b) major satisfaction were significantly associated with career attitude maturity, and c) career decision efficacy were significantly associated with career attitude maturity.
Analysis of Career Behaviors on the Women's Second Labor Market Transition
Park, Sung-Mi ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 22, issue 2, 2010, Pages 165~179
The purpose of this study was to analyze career behaviors(job exploration, job hunting) of the need mode in the women's second labor market transition. To obtain this objective 501 women, who quitted their job in 780 women randomly sampling completed questionnaire. To analyze data,
, ANOVA were executed. Research results were explained, there were no difference career behaviors, experience of career counseling, experience of career education, aspiration of career behaviors by the need mode in the women's second labor market transition. But, there were difference motivation of labor market entry, career barriers, preference of occupations, level of job competence of career behaviors by the need mode in the women's second labor market transition. The implications of the results on women's second labor market transition of developing career education and counseling programs were discussed and finally suggestions for further study were made.
Review of the Functional Properties and Spatial Distribution of Coastal Sand Dunes in South Korea
Yoon, Han-Sam ; Park, So-Young ; Yoo, Chang-Ill ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 22, issue 2, 2010, Pages 180~194
Coastal sand dunes are dynamic and fragile buffer zones of sand and vegetation where the following three characteristics can be found: large quantities of sand, persistent wind capable of moving sand, and suitable locations for sand to accumulate. The functional properties of coastal sand dunes include the roles in sand storage, underground freshwater storage, coastal defense, and ecological environment space, among others. Recently, however, the integrity of coastal dune systems has been threatened by development, including sand extraction for the construction industry, military usage, conversion to golf courses, the building of seawalls and breakwaters, and recreational facility development. In this paper, we examined the development mechanisms and structural/format types of coastal sand dunes, as well as their functions and value from the perspective of coastal engineering based on reviews of previous researches and a case study of a small coastal sand dune in the Nakdong river estuary. Existing data indicate that there are a total of 133 coastal sand dunes in South Korea, 43 distributed on the East Sea coast (32 in the Gangwon area, and 11 in Gyeongsangbuk-do), 60 on the West Sea coast (4 in Incheon and Gyeonggi-do, 42 in Ghungcheongnam-do, 9 in Jellabuk-do, and 5 in Jellanam-do), and 30 on the South Sea coast (16 in Jellanam-do, 2 in Gyeongsangnam-do, and 12 in Jeju).
A Study on Factors Influencing the Competitiveness of Oil Hub Port
Baek, Ih-Huhum ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 22, issue 2, 2010, Pages 195~204
As the throughout of transshipment oil cargo in Korea has been increasing, the importance and competition of the oil hub port has also been increasing. The aim of this study is to suggest how the factors influence the competitiveness of the oil hub port based on the specialists' opinions. For doing this, the evaluating factors were obtained from both previous studies and brainstorming of the professionals from the oil hub port. These were divided into groups by the ‘KJ method' according to 5 criteria and were made into a 3 level hierarchy structure. The ‘AHP method' identified the relative importance of factors and trends from the preferences of the specialists. This study presents the factors influencing the competitiveness of the oil hub port.
Influence of Psychological Separation and Parental Attachment on School Resilience of Middle School Students
Lee, Hee-Yeong ; Ha, Gyong-Shon ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 22, issue 2, 2010, Pages 205~217
This study attempted to investigate the influence of psychological separation and parental attachment of school resilience of middle school students. Although six hundred forty two middle school students participated in this study, final subjects of this study were 492(male, 243; female, 249) ones. Participants completed Psychological Separation Inventory, Parental Attachment Inventory and School Resilience Scale. Collected data were statistically analyzed using t-test, product moment correlation coefficient and multiple regression. The results of analyses revealed psychological separation statistically significantly predicted school resilience of middle school students and parental attachment statistically significantly predicted school resilience of middle school students. Based upon above results, it is concluded that psychological separation and parental attachment can be useful protective factors for school resilience. The implications of these results were discussed and future research questions were suggested with several comments on limitations of this study.
Boarding Environment of Training Ship KAYA to the Noise during the Voyage
Kim, Min-Son ; Shin, Hyeon-Ok ; Kim, Min-Seok ; Hwang, Bo-Kyu ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 22, issue 2, 2010, Pages 218~230
This study was conducted to determine the effect of the noise level on the boarding environment in a stern trawl ship, KAYA(GT: 1,737 tons, Pukyong National University). We measured the noise level at a working, an accommodation and a teaching area, and an engine space on January 9, 2010 while the KAYA was sailing on a liner sea route. At the working area, the ranges of the noise rating number(NRN) and the NRN determination frequency(FNRN) were from 44 to 73 and from 1000 to 2000Hz, respectively. The results were generally satisfied the criteria of the International Maritime Organization(IMO). The noise level at the area, except the radio room(w2), was exceeded the criteria(50dB(A)) for the efficient studying and working. The noise level at the engine control room and the machine workshop was respectively exceeded 1.2dB and 9.5dB than the criteria caused the conversation disturbance (70dB(A)). At the accommodation, NRN and FNRN were from 49 to 54 and from 1000 to 4000Hz, respectively. The noise level was below the criteria of IMO, but above 40dB(A) caused the sleep disturbance. At the teaching area, NRN and FNRN were from 44 to 63 and from 500 to 2000Hz, respectively. The noise level was exceeded than the criteria(50dB(A)) for the efficient studying. At the engine space, NRN and FNRN were from 95 to 100 and from 2000 to 4000Hz, respectively. The noise level was above the criteria of IMO(90dB(A)) for the residence, while it was not exceeded 110dB(A) for the transient.
Exploration of Teaching Elements on Pedagogical Content Knowledge(PCK) for Teaching Professional Growth
Won, Hyo-Heon ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 22, issue 2, 2010, Pages 231~244
The purpose of this study is to explore domains and elements of pedagogical content knowledge(PCK) for effective teaching in secondary schools. The value of PCK lies essentially in its relation with specific topics. Teachers' PCK becomes through making explicit the nature of their pedagogical reasoning and the associated decision making within the context of teaching content. This study propose the process of PCK research and development. The theoretical definition of PCK, basic directions of PCK development were discussed. This research provides teachers with an opportunity to think about what is important in the teaching of a topic and why and to consider possibilities for future development.
A Study on System of Fisheries Act in North Korea
Cha, Cheol-Pyo ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 22, issue 2, 2010, Pages 245~258
South and North Korean fisheries cooperation has not been attained since 1950's political situation, and the major fishery resources of Korean peninsula also has not been cooperatively managed by South and North Korea. Furthermore, the species inhabiting the Korean peninsula region with commercial value are usually maintaining the single ecosystem which requires for cooperative management of fishery resources for continuous fishery. Therefore, in order for South and Korean fishery industry to develop the political situation to a rational direction, present condition of North's fishery industry must be accurately understood and acknowledge in its point of issues, also as level to prepare for future unification, reform and reaction of long-termed and well organized South and North's fisheries program must be arranged.
Status Quo and Future Directions of School Counseling in Korea
Choi, Tae-Jin ; Lee, Hee-Yeong ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 22, issue 2, 2010, Pages 259~274
Recently school counselors have begun to be employed to school and the office of local school districts. Now it is our challenging task to firmly establish school counseling system. The purpose of this study was to review the current status of school counseling in Korea and to suggest future directions of school counseling. For this purpose, characteristics of school counseling and school counselor's role were first reviewed. In lights of these criteria, several areas which need to be improved were identified. Authors suggest the four future directions of school counseling : introduction of school psychology-based service, establishment of comprehensive school counseling program, improvement of professional ability according to school counselor's role, establishment of support system.
A Study for Contents Complement related to Ocean of the Kindergarten' guidebooks and Elementary School' Textbooks
Kim, Sam-Kon ; Cha, Cheol-Pyo ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 22, issue 2, 2010, Pages 275~286
It is required to amend the manuals and textbooks that have contents related an ocean. There are 4 manuals covered about an ocean from all of 12 manuals for the course of the kindergarten education. And there are also 47 textbooks related an ocean among 145 books for an elementary course of study. It is necessary to analyze educational goal, contents, and other concerns. Here is the amendment against present manuals and textbooks. The objective for teaching the kindergarten is involved in the manuals properly. But, It is required to revise 'the oceanic artificial environment and facilities', and 'marine pollution' in contents of the manual. Some contents don't mention about an ocean, so it is necessary to add photos and maps covered with marine parts. Plus, there are no mentions about the value and attitude for an educational goal in the elementary textbooks. And it is required to add the solutions to conserve the sea and ethics about oceanic preservation. Also, it is needed to utilize cartoons and maps which give students interest.
An Analysis on Elementary Teachers' Stages of Concern to Intergrated Units of Revised National Elementary Integrated Curriculum in 2007
Kim, Eun-Ju ; Yang, Mu-Yhol ; Kim, Dae-Hyun ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 22, issue 2, 2010, Pages 287~302
The purpose of the study was to figure out elementary school teachers' Stages of Concern(SoC) between senior teachers and new comers to integrated units of integrated curriculum which was revised in 2007 and applied in 2009 by using CBAM. Seventy-four home-room teachers in elementary schools took part as participants. For data collection, as Hall and Hord suggested in 2005, Questionnaire of Stages of Concern was used. Profiling of teachers' concern and one-way ANOVA were employed in data analysis. In the results, 55% of the teachers were in the stage of Awareness. In the stage of Informational, 22% of the teachers were appeared. Most of elementary teachers' concern about integrated units was closed to indifference of self-interest level. The difference of concern between senior teachers and others will be illustrated as findings. The results of the study provided that factors which influenced teachers' concern about the curriculum. Physical factors such as a curriculum guideline or on-line system to access boarder-cross curriculum influenced teachers' concern. Little intervention about the boarder-cross curriculum appeared in elementary schools. The authors of the study suggested to emphasizing the roles of facilitator for the revised curriculum.