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Volume 23, Issue 4 - Dec 2011
Volume 23, Issue 3 - Sep 2011
Volume 23, Issue 2 - Jun 2011
Volume 23, Issue 1 - Mar 2011
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A Study on the Relationships between the Casualties of Fishing Boats and Meteorological Factors
Kim, Sam-Kon ; Kang, Jong-Pil ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 23, issue 3, 2011, Pages 351~360
In order to reduce the casualties of fishing boats, the author analyzed the fishing boat accident on the 412 cases in Korean maritime safety tribunal for the 2005~2009, and then studied the relation between the weather element and the accidents. According to this studies, the occurring ratio of sea casualty for fishing boat in fog weather was appeared 1 boat per 1.6 days. It means that the restricted visibility condition gives the most influence on the fishing boat accident. The casualties in winter season from November to next January occurred 139(33.7%), and small boats less than 50tons broke out more casualties with 68.4%. From this we can find that small fishing boats are very deeply affected on the sea weather condition. According to the boat types for fishing the casualty of jig boat was ranked first, and collision accident account for first with 77.9% for the types of casualties. As mentioned above, most sea casualties for small fishing boats were resulted from the human factors such as poor watch keeping in invisibility and the bad sea condition, it is necessary for navigation operators and the manager to take more attention to the meteorological factors.
A Study on Cultivativation of a Fisheries Expert to revitalize Transfer of Fisheries Management Right
Park, Jong-Un ; Cha, Cheol-Pyo ; Hong, Ki-Jin ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 23, issue 3, 2011, Pages 361~373
In line with post-1970s industrialization, the manpower shortage in fishing villages has been fueled by rapid desertion; young adults and middle-aged people have tended to avoid fishing by migrating to cities, driving the emergence of a national issue in terms of securing fisheries management succession. For the fisheries industry to maintain competitiveness, we need to cultivate young adults and middle-aged people to be leaders of the domestic fishing industry through promoting inspiration for the fishing industry, teaching fisheries expert knowledge, and fostering the ability to promote business. In addition to safe supply of marine products through continued fisheries operation, securing young and skilful workers is essential in order to promote balance development of domestic industries, including job creation. The study therefore seeks to provide measures to foster specialists in order to enable the transfer of management through an opinion survey of fishermen. To cultivate specialists for enabling the transfer of management, the following solution should be promoted at the state level. First, to support the introduction of young and talented workers to the fisheries industry through transfer of management, Second, in order to enable the transfer of management, change is required first in the fisheries industry for it to become a value-added industry. Third, despite fisheries being a composite industry that is syncretized to tertiary industries from primary industries, the fisheries industry is still recognized as a labor intensive industry, which reflects the current status of fisheries education.
Analysis of Teaching Behavior Based on the Learner-Centered Teaching Competency
Park, Sung-Mi ; Sim, Mi-Ja ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 23, issue 3, 2011, Pages 374~387
The purpose of this study was to analyze teaching behavior based on the learner-centered teaching competency. For the study, the related literatures were reviewed focusing on the experiences and suggestions in developing of learner-centered teaching competency. In addition, interviews with 6 professors were conducted and their teaching design were analyzed. The keys of analysis were perspective of teaching behavior, self-monitoring of teaching behavior, consulting of teaching behavior based on the learner-centered teaching competency. The findings of this study were as follows; most of professors recognized correlations of teaching and learning. But, there were some barriers co-work of learners in teaching behavior.
The Relationship between Leadership Life Skills, Social Competence, and Self-Regulation Ability of Scientifically Gifted and Regular Middle School Students
Hwang, Hee-Sook ; Cho, Hwan-Ok ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 23, issue 3, 2011, Pages 388~399
The purpose of this study was to analyze the relationship between leadership life skills, social competence and self-regulation ability of scientifically gifted and regular middle school students. The subjects for this study were 351 middle school students in Busan. The results of this study were as follows: First, scientifically gifted students had higher significant differences in leadership life skills, social competence and self-regulation ability than regular middle school students. Second, there were significant positive correlations between leadership life skills, social competence and self-regulation ability. Third, social competence and self-regulation ability affected leadership life skills. This suggests that social competence and self-regulation ability are important variables to develop and improve leadership life skills of gifted students.
Relationships between Irrational Beliefs and Parenting Stress of Mothers with Early Children
Lee, Hee-Yeong ; Si, Mi-Hee ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 23, issue 3, 2011, Pages 400~409
The purpose of this study was to investigate the influence of irrational beliefs on parenting stress of mothers with early children. For achieving this purpose, Irrational Belief Test and Parenting Stress Index were administered to 300 mothers with early children in Busan and data from 234 mothers were used for statistical analysis. Collected data were analyzed using Pearson correlation coefficient and stepwise multiple regression analysis. The results of correlational analysis showed that irrational beliefs were positively related to parenting stress. Anxious over-concern factor was related to all parenting stress variables. The results of stepwise regression analysis revealed that 2~4 irrational beliefs significantly influenced parenting stress; sub-factors of parenting stress variable that irrational beliefs had the most effect on was competence factor. Based upon these results, it can be concluded that irrational belief is an important variable which predicts parenting stress of mothers with early children.
Preparation and Keeping Quality of Canned Sea Mussel using Tomato Paste
Noe, Yn-Ni ; Kong, Cheung-Sik ; Toon, Ho-Dong ; Lee, Sang-Bae ; Nam, Dong-Bae ; Park, Tae-Ho ; Kwon, Dae-Geun ; Kim, Jeong-Gyun ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 23, issue 3, 2011, Pages 410~424
This study was investigated for the purpose of obtaining basic data which can be applied to processing of canned sea mussel using tomato paste. Shell were washed, and then steamed and shucked. Sea mussel meat was prepared with ratio of sea mussel 90g, tomato paste sauce 65g(tomato paste 42%, gum guar 1.0%, salt 2.0%, starch syrup 2.0%, cooking wine 1%, water 52%). The sea mussel meats were packed with vacuum seamer in 301-3 can, and then sterilized for various F0 value(F0 8-12 min.) in a steam system retort at
. The factors such as pH, VBN, amino-N, total amino acid, free amino acid, chemical composition, color value (L, a, b), texture profile, TBA value, mineral, sensory evaluation and viable bacterial count of the canned sea mussel produced with various sterilization condition(F0 8-12 min.) were measured. The same element was also measured during preservation. The results showed that the product sterilized at F0 8 min. and preserved for 90 days were the most desirable.
The Characteristics of Yellow Sea Bottom Cold Water in September, 2006
Choi, Young-Chan ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 23, issue 3, 2011, Pages 425~432
In order to understand the characteristics of the distribution and the nutrients of the Yellow Sea Bottom Cold Water during summer to fall, temperature, salinity and nutrients have been investigated in the fifteen stations in the Yellow Sea. In september, the Changjiang diluted water with more than
distributed in the surface and the Yellow Sea Bottom Cold Water distributed in the layer below 30m depth with less than
. Specially, water mass with less than
in the layer below 50m depth expanded southward down to the north latitude of
with expanding more to the coasts of China than to the coasts of Korea. The salinity of the cold water mass with
in the deep layer of more than 50m depth was relatively high as 33.5 psu and expanded northward forming fronts of temperature and salinity. The concentration of total inorganic nitrogen was two times higher in the cold water mass than in the surface water, which means that resolution and consumption were low due to cold temperature in the bottom layer. In conclusion, the cold water expanded southward down to the north latitude of
by September and had high concentration of nutrients.
The Task of the Policy on the Collecting Cargoes of the Japanese Container Ports
Fujino, Kaxunari ; Bea, Suk-Tea ; Ha, Chang-Seung ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 23, issue 3, 2011, Pages 433~444
The purpose of this study is to examine the task of the policy on the collecting cargoes of the Japanese container ports. Although the ports of Asia countries such as China, South Korea have increased the amount of cargoes dramatically since the latter half of 1990s, the amount of cargoes Japanese container ports deal with have increased within narrow limits. As a result of this trend, the position of Japanese ports as hub-ports has been falling down. The times of main liners linked with North America and Europe stopping at Japanese ports have continued to decrease. So Japan container ports need the policy to increase the amount of cargoes in order to avoid becoming feeder ports. This policy is to collect domestic cargoes which are transshipped in Asia ports such as Busan port from Japanese regional ports to core ports. By collecting domestic cargoes to Japanese core ports intensively, the times of international main liners stopping at Japanese core ports will increase. It's important to support the domestic liners linking between Japanese regional ports and core ports in order to collecting domestic cargoes to Japanese core ports effectively. In addition the role of Japanese government to achieve the coordination between Japanese regional ports and core ports is indispensable.
A Study of Teaching-Learning Methods for the IT-Based STEAM Education Model With Regards to Developing People of Interdisciplinary Abilities
Kim, Jeong-A ; Kim, Byeong-Su ; Lee, Ji-Hwon ; Kim, Jong-Hoon ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 23, issue 3, 2011, Pages 445~460
Recently, worldwide attention has been placed on being able to develop a person with interdisciplinary abilities. Specifically, there has been an emphasis on the integration of the previous STEM education and the arts, as well as the role of IT in technology and engineering education. Therefore, for this study, our goal is to help pave the way for the increased use of the teaching-learning methods of the IT-based STEAM education in developing people with interdisciplinary abilities. Firstly, we searched through domestic and foreign papers for example related to the recent trend towards the STEAM and integrative IT education models. In this study, we also presented a realistic teaching model based on STEAM education, applied mainly in the U.S., and on the teaching-learning methods of science and technology. The method we suggested is rated by expert assessments as a highly effective teaching-learning method for science and math. The use of educational IT technology in the STEAM education method is also analyzed with positive results.
Evaluation of Squid Liver Powder as a Dietary Protein Source Replacing Fish Meal in Juvenile Flounder, Paralichthys olivaceus
Kim, Kang-Woong ; Kim, Kyoung-Duck ; Son, Maeng-Hyun ; An, Cheul-Min ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 23, issue 3, 2011, Pages 461~467
This experiment was conducted to determine the each level of a newly developed squid liver powder (SLP) as a dietary protein source replacing fish meal (FM) in juvenile flounder. A diet excluding SLP (FM diet) and a commercial diet were two control diets. Six experimental diets were formulated to replace FM with three types of SLP at 5 and 10% level, respectively (SLP-A5, SLP-A10, SLP-B5, SLP-B10, SLP-C5, SLP-C10). Prior to the start of a feeding trial, fish were fed the commercial diet for 1 week to adjust to the experimental conditions. Fish with average weight of
), were randomly distributed to each aquarium as groups of 20 fish and fed the experimental diets in triplicate at satiation for 8 weeks. After 8 weeks, weight gain and specific growth rate of fish fed SLP-C10 was lower than those of fish fed FM diet and SLP-B5. Meanwhile, no significant difference was observed in WG and SGR among fish fed diets excluding SLP-C10. Feed efficiency (FE) and protein efficiency ratio (PER) of fish fed each level of three types of SLP were not different from those of fish fed FM diet. However, fish fed SLP-C5 and SLP-C10 has lower FE and PER than those of fish fed a commercial diet, SLP-A5 and SLP-B5. Therefore, these results indicate clearly that dietary SLP-B could be a good protein source to develop inexpensive commercial diet in juvenile flounder.
The Effects of Exercise Adherence due to the Leisure Satisfaction of Marine Sports Participants
Bae, Young-Hoon ; Kim, Yong-Jae ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 23, issue 3, 2011, Pages 468~476
This research is to investigate the effects of exercise adherence due to the leisure satisfaction of marine sports participants. In this paper, we will provide a basic database to vitalize marine sports. In order to analyze the result, we conducted a survey targeting 326 participants from 2010 Busan metropolitan city marine sports. The following results are obtained after analyze the data using SPSS/PC+ Win. 15.0 with a correlation analysis and a multiple regression analysis. First, all of the sub-factors from leisure satisfaction and exercise adherence show a positive correlation after analyzing the relationship between the leisure satisfaction and the exercise adherence of marine sports participants. Second, after analyzing the effects of exercise adherence according to the leisure satisfaction of marine sports participants, the result showed that the egoistic satisfaction influences the exercise capacity. Therefore, the data shows that the psychological satisfaction affects exercise environment, exercise companion, exercise habits and exercise attention.
A Comparison of Neighborhood Definition Methods for Spatial Autocorrelation
Park, Jae-Moon ; Hwang, Do-Hyun ; Yoon, Hong-Joo ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 23, issue 3, 2011, Pages 477~485
For the identifying of spatial distribution pattern, Moran's Index(I) which has the range of values from -1 to +1 is common method for the spatial autocorrelation measurement. When I is close to 1, all neighboring features have close to the same value, indicating clustered pattern. Conversely, if the spatial pattern is dispersed, I is close to -1. And I closing to 0 means spatially random pattern. However, this index equation is influenced by how defining the neighboring features for target feature. To compare and understand the difference of neighborhood definition methods, fixed distance neighboring method and Gabriel Network method were used for I. In this study, these two methods were applied to two marine environments with water quality data. One is Gwangyang Bay which has complex geometric coastal structure located in South Sea of Korea. Another is Uljin area adjacent to open sea located in east coast of Korea. The distances between water quality observed locations were relatively regular in Gwangyang Bay, however, irregular in Uljin area. And for the fixed distance method popular Arc GIS tool was used, but, for the Gabriel Network, Visual Basic program was developed to produce Gabriel Network and calculate Moran's I and its Z-score automatically. According to this experimental results, different spatial pattern was showed differently for some data with using of neighboring definition methods. Therefore there is need to choose neighboring definition method carefully for spatial pattern analysis.
Preliminary Study of Developing the Curriculum Supervision Model Based on the Narrative
Shin, Young-Su ; Kang, Hyeon-Suk ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 23, issue 3, 2011, Pages 486~502
The purpose of this study is to investigate the model of curriculum supervision that can substantialize the educational value by studying actual condition and problems of present curriculum supervision. And this study focuses on reciprocal actions based on communication and dialogs. As the model of supervision mentioned above, this research proposes the supervision model of curriculum based on narrative. We need to move the view point of bureaucratic administrative supervision to new vision. For the supervision matched with this new approach, the teachers' experience has to be reinforced by dialogs and communication between school members and the person in charge of supervision in the mood of respect. The educative value of school can be recovered by the narrative through interaction, respecting school members' experience and meanings in their life according to personal practical knowledge based on teacher's experience, forming the school community by mutual communication, and constructing school culture coping with change of new environment.
A Study on the Improvement of Port Administration System: Focused on the Port Authority of Korea
Baek, Ih-Huhum ; Hwang, Seok-Jun ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 23, issue 3, 2011, Pages 503~514
Port Authority in Korea does not have financial independence nor fair recruitment practices, thus the prospects of the establishment of the Port Authority is not adequate. Therefore independent and effective port administration cannot be achieved. To overcome this situation, this paper examines the port administration system in Korea and identifies its problems. This paper then provides an 'modeling of Analytical Hierarchy structure' for evaluation. An alternative solution is provided by carrying out a public survey, analysing the significance of the evaluation factor using the techniques of the Analytical Hierarchy Process. The significance of profitability was identified. The role of central government is significant when assessing the public service function of port administration; and the role of the private company is significant when assessing the independence. In addition, the private company is significant when assessing profitability. The private company is the alternative for port administration in Korea, based on the evaluation of various alternatives.
A Study on Management of Foreign Seamen on Board Coastal & Offshore Fishing Boats
Cha, Cheol-Pyo ; Park, Jong-Un ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 23, issue 3, 2011, Pages 515~525
Due to changes in internal and external environment of coastal & offshore fishery such as decrease in coastal & offshore fishery resources, rising labor costs, rising gas prices, rising turnover rate of seamen, and intensified avoiding 4D types of business, the domestic seamen's avoidance of going to sea is being intensified. In order to solve the problems of domestic seamen shortage, coastal & offshore fishery businesses prefer to employ foreign seamen whose wages are relatively low, so employment of foreign seamen continues to increase. However, the foreign seamen system has the problems in selecting and managing seamen but these problems have been not adequately dealt with, so damages to fishery business continue to occur due to the seamen's deserting. The cases, in which foreigners who entered the country to take the sea in coastal & offshore fishing boats deserted their workplace, recorded 36.4% as of 2010. So in order to achieve the purpose of the foreign seamen system itself through rational management of foreign seamen, the exclusive organization to manage foreign seamen should be established and the system to rationally select foreign seamen who have experiences of fishery should be established. The utilization of foreign seamen during off season needs to be maximized by establishing the employment connection system for the management of foreign seamen and employment stabilization, and the exclusive organization for education of foreign seamen and the organization for nurturing domestic seamen need to be established and operated.
A Study on the Comparative Analysis of Business Performance of Raw Feed and Formula Feed in Fish Aquaculture
Song, Jung-Hun ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 23, issue 3, 2011, Pages 526~532
The formula feed has been valuated its superiority in the aquaculture industry. However, the fish farmer is preferred the raw feed than the formula feed yet. The objectives of this study are to clarified the reason of lower usage of formula feed in aquaculture. We referred to the literature and the enquete, and inspected on-site for this study. Two types of managements, formula feed-usage or not, were compared and analyzed. The results show that the perception of formula feed are changing even though the quality of formula feed is not clear and the growth efficiency is lower than raw feed, because the domestic supply of raw feed was not smooth and the cost was raised.
An Analysis of Concerns of Primary School Teachers on Transitional Education from Early Childhood Phase to Primary Education
Park, So-Young ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 23, issue 3, 2011, Pages 533~548
This study examined the concern levels of primary school teachers regarding transitional education from early childhood phase to primary education. Concern Based Adoption Model (CBAM) instrument of Hall and Hord (2006) was used to survey 104 primary school teachers. The results indicated that the majority of respondents' concern level was at 'informational' level (stage 1). And first peak of concern level was at 'unconcerned' level (stage 0). The first-second peak analysis of stage 0 (unconcerned) group indicated that there were 5 types of groups and each had distinguished features. Finally there were statistical differences at the unconcerned stage by in-service training and career of the first-year class. A discussion of the limitations of this study and implications for teacher education programs and operational support systems were suggested.