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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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A Study on the Unlawful Fishery Control System
Lee, Zong-Keun ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 22, issue 3, 2010, Pages 303~315
The fisheries resource in waters under the jurisdiction of Korea is being endangered by unlawful fishery. The Korean government exerted great efforts to establish the public order of water, but the number of the exposed unlawful fishing violations has increased for last 10 years. The system to guide fisheries regulatory noncompliance of Korea is limited to the use of fishing guidance patrol boats. For strength of monitoring and surveillance systems, the government needs to phase in Vessel Monitoring System. But there are some studies for that. The defects of present monitoring practice can be drawn from the facts described above. The qualification of the fishery control official one of most important element of fishing control system, is defined as any officer who is charging on fishing. For clear law enforcement the qualification should require considerable experience and knowledge. Korean coast guards have problems on guiding unlawful fishing violations because of the absence of administrative authority by comparison with the fisheries guiding officer, who has both authorities on administration and jurisdiction. To draw some judicial problems this research presents a analysis on the fishing control system. The research suggests the improvements to compensate the defects.
Gifted Students' Perceptions of On-line and Off-line Gifted Education in Mathematics
Hwang, Hee-Sook ; Kim, Mal-Sook ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 22, issue 3, 2010, Pages 316~329
The purpose of this study was to examine how middle school students perceived the operation of on-line and off-line math-gifted education. The research questions were as follows: 1. How do students recognize the current situation concerning the operation of on-line and off-line gifted education? 2. How do students recognize the effect and satisfaction level of on-line and off-line gifted education? 3. How do students recognize the improvement of on-line and off-line gifted education? The subjects in this study were 591 students who included 208 in on-line classes and 383 in off-line classes. The results were as follows: First, the students who were enrolled in the on-line and off-line classes regarded gifted people as ones who had a superb ability in a particular field and as ones who think creatively. Second, all the students in on-line and off-line classes found gifted education to be of use to developing their potentials, and they had the biggest preference for experiential field study as the most effective teaching method. Third, concerning their needs for the management of gifted classes, they asked for immediate Q&A services over the Internet.
Distribution Characteristics of Fishes by a Bottom Trawl in the Jointly Controlled Waters of the East China Sea
Kim, Min-Seok ; Kim, Dong-Su ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 22, issue 3, 2010, Pages 330~340
This study was investigated the species composition of demersal fishes by a bottom trawler GAYA, in order to be used basic data for resources management of fishery in the jointly controlled waters of the East China sea. We caught 52 species, 1,167 individuals and 186.171kg in biomass in summer, and 1,924 individuals and 200.871kg in biomass in winter The first dominant species in individuals in summer was Glossanodon semifasciatus, and in biomass was Dentex tumifrons. But that in winter was Ovalipes punctatus in both individuals and biomass. It was a special phenomenon that crustacea was to be the first dominant species compared with general offshore fishery in Korea. Catch per unit effort (kg/hr) of bottom trawl in winter was higher than that in summer. There was also big difference by station in the diversity index, the evenness index and the dominant index.
A Variation of Fishes Catched by the Bottom Trawl in the Boundary Zone between Busan and Tsushima
Kim, Min-Seok ; Kim, Dong-Su ; Kim, Min-Son ; Lee, Jong-Gun ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 22, issue 3, 2010, Pages 341~353
Authors investigated the species composition of fishes for about 13months in the boundary sea water between Busan and Tsushima. We caught 81 species, 1,603 individuals and 437.7kg in biomass. The first dominant species by seasons were common squid, angler, angler and Psenopsis anomala respectively. Angler was also the first dominant species in biomass for four seasons. Catch per unit effort (kg/hr) was the highest in winter and the lowest in summer. But there was a little difference in accordance with station compared with season. There was big difference by season in the diversity index, the evenness index and the dominant index. But there was little difference between above indexes. The total length of common squid was the tallest in autumn and winter, that of blackthroat seaperch was the tallest in autumn and the lowest in winter. But angler's total length was almost same all through the year.
Distribution of Marine Litters in the Sea Area between Busan and Jeju Island
Kim, Min-Seok ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 22, issue 3, 2010, Pages 354~361
Author investigated the distribution of debris by a bottom trawler in the eight sea stations over the sea between Busan and Jeju island. 2,118 debris in number and 2,401.5kg in weight were collected. Most of collected debris were fishing gears which seemed to be lost or discarded during operations, and also most of the fishing gears was an eel pot. The densities of debris per hectare in number and weight were 1.21pieces and 2.639kg respectively. Station A was the highest densities compared to other stations, showing 2.7pisces and 4.9kg per hectare in number and weight. The closer to Busan it is, the higher density of debris can be collected.
Status of the Abalone (Haliotis discus hannai) Aquaculture for Optimal Rearing Technique in Marine Net Cage
Son, Maeng-Hyun ; Park, Min-Woo ; Kim, Kang-Woong ; Kim, Kyoung-Duck ; Kim, Shin-Kwon ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 22, issue 3, 2010, Pages 362~373
We reviewed previous studies on well-performing aquaculture facilities, rearing environment, breeding management and feed supply to find the optimal conditions of the abalone aquaculture in marine cage. The size of marine cage varied depending on local area where the abalone farms are located. The small size cage (
m) was used in Wando, Jindo and Hanam area where much of the provincial's abalone production is conducted and the middle size cage (
m) was used in Huksando area. Big size group, above 2 cm in shell length, was produced from the end of October to the middle of November and small size group, below 2 cm in shell length, was produced from the end of March to the beginning of April next year in case of juvenile abalone of land production. The initial stocking density was 517-1,653 individuals/culture square meter(
) in case of the big size group. The optimal rearing density was 326 and 263 individuals/culture square meter (
) after 1 year and 2 year's rearing, respectively. It is shown that relationship between individual shell length (x) and rearing density (y) is estimated to be
). In addition, The obvious relationship was indicated between number of cage (x) and sea weed production facilities (y) as y=1.1542x+10.832 (
) in Wando, because sea mustard (Undaria pinnatifida) or japanese tangle (Laminaria japonica) was supplied as a feed for abalone culture. The general pattern of relationship between shell length (x) and shell weight (y) of cultured abalone is estimated to be
Pre-Service Elementary School Teachers' Attitude toward Foreign Groups in the Context of Multicultural Education in Korea
Chang, Bo-Yun ; Lim, Sung-Taek ; Ju, Dong-Beom ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 22, issue 3, 2010, Pages 374~387
This study presumed that pre-service elementary teachers' stereotypical attitude toward foreign groups is critical factor to be considered in the context of Korean multicultural education. 422 pre-service elementary school teachers rated repeatedly seven ethnic groups on thirteen semantic differential scales which consist of four factors; attractiveness-unattractiveness, superiority-inferiority, rationality-irrationality, and aggressiveness-compliance. A series of repeated measure MANOVAs were used to test variability in pre-service elementary school teachers' stereotypical attitude across foreign groups. They rated Japanese the most positive, but Chinese the most negative, and others more or less positive in overall attitude. Their ratings of each ethnic group also varied across four attitude factors. Japanese and Whites were classified into the most attractive and superior, and moderately rational and aggressive groups. In contrast, Chinese were rated as the most unattractive, inferior, irrational, and moderately aggressive one. Southeast Asians were rated as attractive, compliant, and inferior one. In contrast, Arabians were rated as unattractive, aggressive, and moderately superior one. Finally, North Koreans were rated moderately superior, the most aggressive and irrational one. All these findings were discussed in terms of multicultural education in Korea.
Bio-Economic Relationships between Climate Change and Fisheries
Park, Seong-Kwae ; Kwon, Hyeok-Jun ; Park, Jong-Wun ; Cha, Cheol-Pyo ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 22, issue 3, 2010, Pages 388~401
This research aims at analyzing impacts of climate change on fisheries. Climate change is an additional pressure on top of the many which fish stocks already experience. This implies that the impact of climate change must be evaluated in the context of other anthropogenic pressures, which often have a much greater and more immediate effect. Conversely, it is evident that fish stocks will be more resilient to climate impacts if the stresses due to other factors, such as over-fishing and pollution, are minimized. Improved management of fisheries and of marine ecosystems can undoubtedly play an important role in adapting to the impacts of climate change. Most of the improvements which are needed do not require new science or understanding, they require patient development of acceptable, effective, responsive social institutions and instruments for achieving adaptive management. Management advices must include complete and transparent information on risks and uncertainties which arise from data quality and from structural deficiencies in the assessment models. Well-designed and reliable monitoring of fish stocks and the marine ecosystem is essential in order to detect changes and give warning in advance of alterations in the productivity of individual species and of the structure and functioning of the ecosystem and fishery economy on which they depend.
Develop Model of Project UCC Instrcution
Park, Su-Hong ; Kim, Du-Guy ; Kang, Mun-Suk ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 22, issue 3, 2010, Pages 402~419
The purposes of this study were to be free from the fixed instruction and help students have confidence in computer education and improve finding a solution voluntarily. The researcher designed the project instruction of UCC to enhance the community spirit through understanding the problems and solving those. The results of this study are as follows. First, learner changed their consideration in social education. They changed positively the thought about computer education: Form It is tedious and a memoriter subject.' to 'It's fun and good to do by ourselves. Second, students interested in UCC and doing it more actively. Especially, they enhanced the skill of using informations in both on and off-line and community spirit through helping each team members. This shows possibility and availability in not only social studying but also various adaption in other subjects. The researcher provides it would be better if this developed model should be practiced in school and examined the effectiveness in other aspects. lastly in other to examine its validity of enhancing problem-solving and effectiveness of interaction in community, the standard questionnaire and testing tools will be developed in the future.
Effect of Poetrytherapy Program on Emotional Intelligence of Middle School Students
Lee, Gye-Sean ; Cha, Ta-Soon ; Lee, Hee-Yeong ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 22, issue 3, 2010, Pages 420~430
The purpose of this study was to develop poetrytherapy program and to test it's effect on emotional intelligence of middle school students. Sixty-six(male 33, female 33) middle school students participated in this study. Thirty-three students were assigned to experimental group and control group respectively. The program which is composed of 14 sessions was applied to experimental group for 16 weeks. Subjects completed Emotional Intelligence Test. Collected data were analyzed using t-test and ANCOVA. The results of statistical analyses showed that there were statistically significant differences in emotional intelligence test scores between experimental group and control group. Based upon these results, it is concluded that poetrytherapy program was effective in improving emotional intelligence of middle school students.
A Study on the Development of a Training Program to Reinforce the Teachers' Performance as Facilitators
Jung, Ju-Young ; Hong, Kwang-Pyo ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 22, issue 3, 2010, Pages 431~444
This research aims at developing a teachers' training program to reinforce teachers' capability to perform the action learning program. To accomplish this goal, the key value of the training program based on action learning, the process of the core learning activities, and the elements to support learners and facilitators respectively were deducted on the foundation of documentary research and case study, based on which, the program was developed through the formative test by professionals and application to the field. This research was applied to 105 middle or high school teachers, the participants of the in-service training on creative problem solving hosted by B metropolitan city for one week (30 hours) from 9 a.m. on Monday, January 25th, 2010 to 4 p.m. on Friday, January 29th. The result of this research is as follows. First, as for the key values of this study, (1) the team-based learning centered on the trainees, not lecturers-oriented, knowledge-transmitting training, is possible, (2)for each process, guidelines, related information, tools, and various kinds of media are supported just in time, and (3)a focus is given on fostering facilitators centered on teachers. Second, the process of the core learning activities of the teachers' training program based on action learning consists of the procedure of a prior lecture
investigation into problems
clarification of problems
drawing possible solutions
decision on the priority
making an action plan
evaluation, and on each stage, the contents for the activities of teachers and learners and detailed supportive elements are offered.
The Legal Analysis of Limitations for Teacher's Corporal Punishment on Students
Lee, Woo-Tae ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 22, issue 3, 2010, Pages 445~459
The purpose of this paper was to discern the nature of socially acceptable corporal punishment through legal analysis. To do this, the researcher attempted to clarify the concept of corporal punishment, to figure out the current legal position about corporal punishment, and to examine the court cases against corporal punishment. The results of the study were as follows: Firstly, corporal punishment is intentional physical or emotional aversive stimuli to students who violated the rules and norms, to reduce or fix specific undesirable behaviors, by the person who is in charge of discipline of students. Secondly, current regulations do not accept corporal punishment in principle. Thirdly, court cases did not admit the corporal punishment in principle, but did not charge legal liability if the corporal punishment was done in proper manner in view of education. However, the judicial precedents are getting more strict focusing on the human rights of students.
A Qualitative Study on the Teachers' Professional Learning Communities
Joo, Hyun-Jun ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 22, issue 3, 2010, Pages 460~475
Professionalizing the teaching workforce has been recognized as one of the primary factors to reforming public education. In response to this challenge, it has been emphasized that an educational leader's role is to support professional learning communities more effectively. Although the academia of educational administration has increasingly drawn the significance of a teacher's professional development, understanding of an educational leader's role and contribution to this effort is quite limited and unclear. This article examines what factors and barriers affect teachers' participation in professional learning communities from the voices and experiences of teachers. The analysis found 1) identification, 2) autonomous will, 3) practical solution for factors to participation and 1) lack of theoretical foundation, 2) financial burden, 3) insufficient time for barriers to participation. In conclusion, the author suggests the strategies for an educational leader who has an important role in developing a teacher's professionalism: 1) create a strong network of university professors and other experts for career advice, 2) make an institutional effort to stimulate teachers' motivation to learn; 3) decrease the teachers' workload, 4) build a synthesized and consolidated system to establish communities.