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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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The Analysis on Scope of Major Curriculum in Department of Education
Song, Sook-Kyung ; Kim, Hyun-Jeong ; Lee, Eun-Hwa ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 22, issue 4, 2010, Pages 477~489
This study tends to analyze the organizational factors of major curriculum of education department. For this, the education department's major curriculum of ten universities is analyzed in three levels. Subjects are analyzed for the high level, lesson plans for the middle level, and sub-topics for the low level. This study utilized the learning classified table of the Natioanl Research Foundation of Korea and the In-sil Chang's curriculum scope classified table. The results from the study are following. First, some subjects such as educational philosophy, educational psychology, life-long education take largest portions in the major curriculum of education department. Second. the history, the evaluation, and the definition and the scope of the education curriculum take greatest parts in the subject of education curriculum. It is expected that the findings of the study may provide the opportunities to introspect on the discussion and the organization of the educational directions and goals of education department.
A Study on Function of Natural Dyeing of Seaweed
Bak, Hyoung-Seo ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 22, issue 4, 2010, Pages 490~500
This study, at first we extracted natural dyes from seaweed(Sargassum thunbergii, Hizikia fusiforme, Sargassum horneri). Then. we dyed cotton, wool, and silk with the extracted dyes. This study purposes to find the best one for dyeing with seaweed in order to develop a more efficient method of dyeing with seaweed and investigates the colorfastness to washing, light, sun protection factor, antibiotic activities, deodorization after mordanting treatment. of seaweed. The mission of general agricultural education is to prepare and support individuals for careers, build awareness, and develop leadership for the food, fiber, and natural resource systems. In response to the changes of the recognition and attitude toward agriculture, agricultural education also should be developed and adapted to the circumstances. And The Researcher took an observation on color change, color fastness to washing and color fastness to light after mordanting treatment. And the following results have been obtained. 1) Dyed cotton, wool, and silk fabrics with the extract of seaweed are generally brown. 2) Wool. silk, and cotton, in this order, are of good dyeability; Wool fabrics have the highest dyeability and cotton fabrics have the lowest. 3) Colorfastness to washing, light, sun protection factor, antimicrobial activity acessment, deodorization are all high. 4) The seaweed-dyed fabrics were shown to have much higher sun protection factor than the non-dyed fabrics, and the seaweed-dyed fabrics with mortanting treatment showed the following result; ranged from anged from from 93.1% to grade 99.2%. 5) The seaweed-dyed fabrics were shown to have much higher antibiosis than the non-dyed fabrics, and the seaweed-dyed fabrics with mortanting treatment showed the following result; ranged from 91.3% to grade 99.9%. 6) The seaweed-dyed fabrics were shown to have much higher deodorization than the non-dyed fabrics, and the seaweed-dyed fabrics with mortanting treatment showed 99.9%.
A Development of the Coated Lead Sinker for Gill-net
An, Young-Il ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 22, issue 4, 2010, Pages 501~507
The ceramic contained paint was made to replace the lead sinker for gill-net with coated lead sinker. The ceramic contained paints were coated in various conditions on the lead sinker with 19g of weight and the optimal coating condition was studied. The adaptability of the coated lead sinker was checked through the anti durability test and fishing operation with gill-net. The case of "Main material 70 wt% + Urethane thinner 30 wt% (Main material 700
+ Thinner 300
)" showed the best in the coating characteristics depending on the combination ratio of the ceramic paint contained. The coated lead sinker dried at
inside oven was superior to the drying in the room temperature in its surface glossiness and anti durability and faster drying time than the one dried in normal temperature. The quadruple layers of coating on lead sinker with 4 times of dipping and drying application showed the super anti durability in the coating characteristics depending on the frequency of dipping. When press is applied to the coated lead sinker, the coated layer is not detached from the sinker. In addition, the coated lead sinker was not damaged or peeled at the fishing operation about 2 months in various depths within 50m and by the materials at the bottom (sand, stone and gravel stone) and it was in good condition.
The Effect of the Wedge Insole Angle of Supinated Group on Foot Contact Time, Foot Contact Area and Foot Pressure
Lee, Hyo-Taek ; Kim, Yong-Jae ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 22, issue 4, 2010, Pages 508~515
This study was conducted on male college students with supinated foot to measure the foot pressure by having them wear three kinds of wedge insoles (
). Foot contact time, foot contact area, peak pressure and mean pressure were measured using a foot pressure distribution measuring instrument. And the surface of the foot sole was divided into 10 areas. Regarding foot contact time, there was no statistically significant difference by showing
. Regarding the foot contact area, it appeared broad in the inside area of the foot according to wedge insole, and there was statistically significant difference in the area 1 of the rear foot(p< .01) and the area 3 of the middle foot(p< .05). The peak pressure by foot area decreased in the outside of the foot according to wedge insole, while increasing in the inside of the foot. Among the areas, there was statistically significant in the area 2 of the rear foot (p< .01) and the area 3 of the middle foot (p< .05). Regarding the mean pressure by foot area, the pressure roughly increased in the inside area of the foot according to wedge insole, while decreasing in the outside of the foot.
An Empirical Study on the Influence of Marketing Orientation and Business Performance in Marine Equipment Industry
Hwang, Seok-Jun ; Shin, Han-Won ; Baek, In-Huhum ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 22, issue 4, 2010, Pages 516~528
The Korean marine equipment industry is, in significant ways, behind the shipbuilding industry. For example, in terms of the number of orders received, the shipbuilding industry has ranked first in the world since 2003. In contrast, the global competitiveness of Korea's marine equipment industry is still relatively weak. This is important not only for the equipment industry, but because these two industries have many links. The structure of this research was firstly, to identify theoretical issues by looking at the characteristics of the marine equipment companies, marketing recognition, uses of marketing, and financial outcomes. Second, the study developed an analytical framework for empirical examination using configuration of each factor. Third, each factor has been analysed empirically. Forth, this study presents the importance of marketing for marine equipment companies within Korea, as well as in a global market. Finally, the study suggests a new marketing strategy for Korea's marine equipment companies to achieve global competitiveness.
Effects of Extruded Pellet on Growth and Health Parameters in Farm Cultured Olive Flounder Paralichthys Olivaceus
Kim, Kang-Woong ; Kwon, Mun-Gyeong ; Kim, Kyoung-Duck ; Kim, Shin-Kwon ; Park, Myoung-Ae ; Son, Maeng-Hyun ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 22, issue 4, 2010, Pages 529~536
This study was conducted to effect of extruded pellets (EPs) and moist pellet (MP) diet on growth and fish health parameters in farm cultured olive flounder Paralichthys olivaceus. Two replicate groups of 2,600 fish per each tank (initial weight of
g) were fed one of the three EPs (EP1, EP2 and CEP) and one MP for 13 months. In field feeding experiment conducted in commercial flounder farm, survival, growth (30-600 g) and condition factor of fish fed experimental EP1 and EP2 were comparable to those of fish fed MP, but considerably higher feed efficiency and protein efficiency ratio were observed in fish fed experimental EPs. Viable cell counts from diet and water from MP diet were considerably higher than those from EP diet, and lysozyme activity from EP diet was higher than that from MP diet. GOT and GPT of fish fed the EP diet were considerably lower than those from MP group, but total protein and glucose concentration of fish fed the EP groups were not significantly different from that of fish fed the MP. Therefore, these results strongly suggest that EP diets could be developed to replace MP diet without adverse effects on growth performance and to enhance the immunity and protective ability of olive flounder against fish disease such as Vibro, Edwardsiella and Strptococcus.
The Developmental Study for Preliminary Model for Consulting School Curriculum
Kim, Bun-Sun ; Kang, Hyeon-Suk ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 22, issue 4, 2010, Pages 537~552
This paper attempts to study for preliminary model for consulting school curriculum. To accomplish this goal, the meaning of school-based curriculum, supervision of school curriculum, supervision of curriculum consulting are examined. Second, The condition for supervision of school curriculum is reviewed in line of curriculum context. They are discussed problem of supervision in Korea through the diagnosis of present condition. Third, Model development for the consulting in the school curriculum is attempted for building creative curriculum management. Finally, the conception of school curriculum consulting, feature of model, and the item of actual applications are discussed.
Quality Diagnosis and Improvement of Fisheries Census Statistic
Pyo, Hee-Dong ; Kim, Jong-Chun ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 22, issue 4, 2010, Pages 553~565
The paper aims to evaluate the quality of fisheries census statistic and to provide some desirable directions and improvements for the future fisheries census, conducted by the Government. For the quality diagnosis of fisheries census statistic, specific processes of fisheries census and statistical qualities of each dimension are surveyed and evaluated by a Government's practician, two external examiners and a research group. Results show that census design, data analysis and quality control are evaluated relatively low in specific processes, and accessibility and comparability are evaluated relatively lower than relevance, accuracy, timeliness and consistency in statistical qualities. For minimizing the sampling errors, the probability proportion method should be employed in sampling methods from currently simple sampling method. In addition, fisheries census statistic is desirable to include and compare with those of different countries for consumer oriented data system.
The Influence of School Sports Club Participation on Boys' Middle School Students' School Life Satisfaction
Won, Hyo-Heon ; Park, Hyoun-Seok ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 22, issue 4, 2010, Pages 566~575
The purpose of this study was to examine how school soccer league influenced the school life satisfaction of middle school student in an attempt to help improve their school life and facilitate the universalization of school soccer league. The subjects were 103 students participating in school soccer league at a boy's middle school in Busan and 148 non-participants at the same school as a comparison group. The findings of this study were as follows: 1. The students who participated in the school soccer league program expressed better satisfaction with school life than the other who didn't, and the gap between the two was statistically significant. 2. The students who participated in the school soccer league program, the students who showed higher participation frequency expressed better satisfaction with school life than the other who didn't, and the gap between the two was statistically significant. 3. The student who participated in the school soccer league program, the higher level students of soccer ability expressed better satisfaction with school life than the lower level student of that, and the gap between the two was statistically significant.
A Study on the Method to Reinforce the Efficient Political Function for Lifelong Learning
Yoon, Myung-Hee ; Lee, Chung-Ryol ; Park, Jong-Un ; Lim, Hyun-Sung ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 22, issue 4, 2010, Pages 576~588
The goal of this research was to survey a method to reinforce the efficient political function for lifelong learning when Busan metropolitan city promotes lifelong policy. To achieve this goal, the survey to reinforce the political function for lifelong education was carried out on persons in charge of lifelong education in Busan metropolitan city. The results are as follows: First, they showed high degree of perception on lifelong policy and business. Second, on a question about how much the tasks to promote lifelong education presented by our nation are needed, they answered that concrete agenda for an aging society is needed and a necessary institute to invigorate it is lifelong learning institute. Third, they answered that the policy which is necessary to be implemented as soon as possible is the development education for vocational competency, and the ratio of the perception which requires to hire education experts for life long education was high.
A Study on the Development of Integrated Utilization Considering Multi Functions of Urban Estuarine Area
Im, Jung-Hyeun ; Choi, Jin-Hyu ; Kim, Jun-Ho ; Yoon, Han-Sam ; Ryu, Cheong-Ro ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 22, issue 4, 2010, Pages 589~603
The purpose of this study is to develop a integrated(fusion) utilization model aimed at maximizing the development/management functions of urban estuarine area and to present an integrated concept by analyzing the existing document and data. The main points of this study are as follows: 1) The integrated utilization model suggested in this paper goes beyond the existing idea of sustainable utilization and conservation, putting an emphasis on rational decision-making in estuary management and peaceful coexistence between human and nature. 2) Policies for utilization/development/conservation/regeneration of urban estuarine area include the establishment of communication system between human and nature and a safety net considering both human and nature, the support for environment-friendly community development and the importance of preserving valuable ecosystem and wetland habitat. 3) Lastly, this study suggested that the major tasks for the fusion utilization model development are the integrated management of estuary areas, the conservation and preservation of wetland ecosystem, proper utilization of estuary's productivity, and the introduction and action plans of the integrated management model including the best way to address contamination and disaster management.
Study on Air Washer using Underground Water in the Subway Stations
Kim, Dong-Gyu ; Kim, Hoe-Youl ; Chung, Yong-Hyun ; Kim, Jong-Ryul ; Kum, Jong-Soo ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 22, issue 4, 2010, Pages 604~610
Busan subway transportation system has been established a key role in the society last 20 years. However many people are suffering from hot and humid environment at subway station and platform due to deteriorated ventilation system as well as insufficient air conditioning system in existing stations and platforms. As a result, these systems require revitalization. There is about 5400tons of low temperature underground water is generated from subway stations every day. By using this method and air washer we are trying to lower the temperature. Air washer is commonly used for removing humidity but in this experiment it will be used as air precooling. This research offers result of experiment using air washer system to lower the temperature in large spaces like subway station. The experiment result has shown when L/G was the same, at condition which water spray temperature at
resulting inlet and outlet temperature difference larger. Also, in the same water spray temperature conditions, larger L/G condition showed a greater temperature difference. LCC evaluation of both system were shown that air washer system of using underground water will save 53% of the initial cost than refrigeration system, and save 75% of operating cost.
The Image of Elementary School Teachers on Special Class using Q-Methodology
Son, Yeong-Hee ; Kang, Young-Sim ; Jo, Hye-Sun ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 22, issue 4, 2010, Pages 611~620
The purpose of this study was to analysis of the image of elementary school teachers on special class. The Q-methodology was used as a research method which is useful for analyzing subjectivity like as human value, attitude, belief and image. P-sample as subjects of this study was collected from 40 elementary school teacher in Busan. A data was analyzed using QUANL PC program. As a result of research, the image of elementary school teachers on special class was classified as 4 type. The 1 type was labeled the practical proponent type. The 1 type teachers highly estimate the educational importance of the special class and thought it as a place that educational possibility of children with disabilities can come true. The 2 type was labeled the passive bystander type. They are quite indifferent to the special class, and are skeptical about the educational achievement of children with disabilities. The 3 type was labeled the ideational positive type. They admit the importance of the special class, but thought that the image about the special class highly depends on the ability of the teachers who take responsibility for it. The 4 type was labeled the realistic opponent. They criticize the special class for not being the place that inclusion education for children with disabilities comes true and they are dissatisfied with the fact that ordered-curriculum for children with disabilities isn't applied at all.
Influences of Children's Perception of Ego-resilience and Family Strength on School Life Satisfaction According to Their Family Structure
Lee, Jeong-Oun ; Lee, Kyeong-Hwa ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 22, issue 4, 2010, Pages 621~632
The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationships of ego-resilience, family strength, and school life satisfaction according to their family structure. 303 cases of them were selected from 912 elementary students' data in Busan and analyzed using the independent-samples t-test, Pearson's coefficient of correlation, and multiple regression. The results of the study were as follows: First, it was shown that children of parents family had positive perception on the ego-resilience, family strength, and satisfaction with school life than children of nontraditional family. Second, in children with parents family, family strength is a more powerful predictor of satisfaction with school life than ego-resilience. Finally, in children with nontraditional family, ego-resilience is a more powerful predictor of satisfaction with school life than family strength. The results implicated that ego-resilience and family strength of children influence on their school life satisfaction differently according to their family structure and therefore it needed for family structure-based mediation program to improve children' school life.
An Empirical Analysis on the Effectiveness of Students' Sociability Improvement using Sociometry
Kim, Dal-Hyo ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 22, issue 4, 2010, Pages 633~646
The purpose of this study was to actually analyze students' sociability using sociometry and effectiveness of students' sociability improvement. To accomplish this purpose, subjects of this study were selected as follow. First, how students' sociability style are actually identified. And second, when teachers give additional concern, opportunity, care, praise to experiment group(reject, isolate, neglectee), what is the effectiveness of students' sociability improvement. As sampling, from fourth to sixth grades 270 students(215 control group, 55 experiment group) of 8 classrooms of 8 elementary schools were sampled. As a tool of investigation, questionnaires about students' sociability style and effectiveness of sociability improvement had made by researcher of this study were used. And as processing of data, ANCOVA were used. The result of this study is as follow. When teachers gave additional concern, opportunity, care, praise to experiment group(reject, isolate, neglectee), students' sociability were improved. In other words, student's self-concept, proactive behavior, human relationship were improved significantly.
The Current Domestic Study Trends Based on Intervention Strategies of Behavior Problems for the Children with EBD
Seo, Eun-Jung ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 22, issue 4, 2010, Pages 647~664
The purpose of the study was to analyze trends of the previous interventions based studies in Korea to improve behavior problems of the children with EBD in order to suggest the research development and trends of future behavior intervention program as their behavior coping strategies. Therefore, it was analyzed 50 papers related to interventions of behaviors problems, published at the professional EBD journal from 2005 to 2009. The result suggested effective intervention factors, strategies, program & intervention trends, based on the results by factors. Previous researches in the study was comparatively analyzed by factors, such as the number, gender, age, and grade of subjects, and strategies, deliever, place of the intervention. The result of the study was analyzed the Previous researches based on the research subjects, research methods(subjects, research design, intervention delievers, intervention places, and intervention periods) and the type of intervention strategies included research procedures. The study results provided the foundation of the future intervention methods and the related program developments.