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Volume 24, Issue 6 - Dec 2012
Volume 24, Issue 5 - Oct 2012
Volume 24, Issue 4 - Aug 2012
Volume 24, Issue 3 - Jun 2012
Volume 24, Issue 2 - Apr 2012
Volume 24, Issue 1 - Feb 2012
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Effect of Fermentation Temperature and Salt Concentration on the Quality of Jack Mackerel(Trachurns japonicus) Fish Sauce
Kim, Bo-Kyoung ; Lee, Hong-Hee ; Jeong, Min-Hong ; Cho, Young-Je ; Shim, Kil-Bo ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 24, issue 6, 2012, Pages 755~762
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2012.24.6.755
Qualities properties of fish sauce made jack mackerel (Trachurns japonicus) at different salt concentrations (25~35%) for 240 days at fermentation temperature (
) were investigated. Total nitrogen content of the fish sauce made jack mackerel at 25% salt concentration after 240 day of fermentation was higher than those of 30%, 35% salt concentration. Total nitrogen content was increased under the same condition as fermentation temperature increased except at
. Amino nitrogen contents at 25% salt concentration after 240 day of fermentation at 35, 45,
were 949.3, 812.8 and 834.4 mg/100 g, respectively. Those at 25,
fermentation temperature were 811.2 and 614.8 mg/100 g, respectively. The amino acid nitrogen content at 30 and 35% salt concentration ware lower than 20% salt concentration and that after 240 day of fermentation at
was lowest. The volatile basic nitrogen content increased during fermentation as fermentation temperature increased. However, increasing salt concentration controlled the formation of volatile basic nitrogen. Histamine content of samples fermented at
after 240 days were 9~20 mg/kg showing that it was not significantly different among salt concentration. The results indicated that the controlled salt concentration and fermentation temperature could be used as a successful process for fish sauce of jack mackerel as an unused resource.
Development of Teaching and Learning Model for the Key Competencies Education in the University
Lee, Eun-Hwa ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 24, issue 6, 2012, Pages 763~780
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2012.24.6.763
The purpose of this study was to develop the teaching & learning model to increase the key competencies in the university. For this, the researcher suggested the draft of teaching & learning model in the university based on literature analysis and survey for key competencies education to professors and students. After that, the draft of the model was revised through the formative test by experts. And then, the revised model was verified through delphi survey and a final model was fixed. As the result of this study, features of the final model are as follows. First, this study identified that a core values of teaching and learning model for the key competencies education in the university is reinforcement of learner's thinking skills and enhancement of field oriented on learning contents and reinforcement of professor's role as a mentor, a facilitator, a motivator, and an informant. Second, The core learning activity's process of the teaching and learning model for the key competencies education in the university consists of the following in order: team-building, exploring problem, gathering and analysing informations, arranging of leaning outcomes, comprehensive arrangement and self-examination.
Seasonal Variation of Species Composition in Marine Organisms at Oryukdo in the Southeastern waters off Korea
Kim, Jung-Yun ; Kim, Jung-Nyun ; Choi, Jung-Hwa ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 24, issue 6, 2012, Pages 781~792
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2012.24.6.781
Seasonal variation of species composition in marine organisms around Oryukdo of Busan was investigated using a gill net between 2009 and 2011. A total of 82 species, 52 families, and 6 taxa were collected during the sampling periods. Species were included two species in Cnidaria, one in Urochordata, 12 in Mollusca, 12 in Crustacea, seven in Echinodermata, and 48 in Pisces. The dominant species were Crepidula onyx, Asterina pectinifera, Ceratostoma burnetti, Asterias amurensis, Anthocidaris crassispina, and Trachurus japonicus. These six species accounted for 48.4% in the total number. Diversity indices were highest in spring 2009 (2.77) and lowest in spring 2011 (1.66). Seasonal variation of species composition and abundance in marine organisms corresponded with the water temperature.
Influence of Mother and Peer Attachment on Conflict Resolution Strategies of Children
Jung, Sun-Hyun ; Lee, Hee-Yeong ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 24, issue 6, 2012, Pages 793~805
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2012.24.6.793
This study investigated the influence of mother and peer attachment on conflict resolution strategies of children. Following research questions were established. First, what is the influence of mother and peer attachment on conflict resolution strategies of children? Second, does the influence of mother and peer attachment on conflict resolution strategies of children differ according to sex? Third, what is the relative influence of mother and peer attachment on conflict resolution strategies of children? 485 fifth graders(male, 184; female, 163) from elementary schools located in Busan participated in this study and completed Inventory of Parent and Peer Attachment and Conflict Resolution Strategies Scale. Collected data were analyzed using t-test, Pearson Correlation Coefficient, Simple Regression and Multiple Regression Analysis. Major findings of this study were summarized as follows: First, both mother and peer attachment influenced on compromising and integration, avoiding and obliging strategies although the degree of influence were different. Second, the influence of mother and peer attachment on conflict resolution strategies differ according to gender. Third, the influence of peer attachment on conflict resolution strategies were greater than the one of mother attachment. Finally the significance of this study were presented with comments on limitations of this study.
The Effects of Art Education Program Based on Art Therapy for Young Children on Daily Stress and Social Competence
Lee, Jeong-Hwa ; Lee, Mi-Sung ; Lee, Soo-Ryun ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 24, issue 6, 2012, Pages 806~819
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2012.24.6.806
The objective of this study is to assess the effect of art activities of young children by utilizing the art therapy techniques on the daily stress and social competence of the young children. Out of children at the age of 5 in two classes of H kindergarten in P city, the study of 25 and controlling group of 25 are allocated to make a total number of 50 study objects. After pretests on the surveyed and controlling groups, 2-3times a week, totaling 12times of experimental treatments are made by selecting the art works of easy application on the education fields for the young children. The outcome of this study is as follow. First, the surveyed group participating in the art activities based on art therapy techniques gets lower points than the controlling group in criticism-attacking circumstance, anxious-frustrated circumstance, pride-deteriorated situation and the general daily stress. Second, the surveyed group participating in the art activities based on art therapy techniques gets higher points than the controlling group in positive-social activities, anxious-contracted activities, angry-aggressive activities and the general social competency.
Processing and Characteristics of Canned Seasoned Sea Mussel
Park, Tae-Ho ; Noe, Yu-Ni ; Lee, In-Seok ; Kwon, Soon-Jae ; Yoon, Ho-Dong ; Kong, Cheung-Sik ; Nam, Dong-Bae ; Oh, Kwang-Soo ; Kim, Jeong-Gyun ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 24, issue 6, 2012, Pages 820~832
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2012.24.6.820
This study was investigated to obtain basic data which can be applied to processing of canned seasoned sea mussel. Shell was washed and steamed for 10 min before shucking. Sea mussel meat was seasoned with mixed seasoning sauce(soy sauce 23%, monosodiun glutamate 2%, sorbitol 2%, sesame oil 1%, vinegar 2%, starch syrup 15%, water 55%) for 30 min The seasoned sea mussel 60 g was vacuum packed in RR-90 can and fill with seasoning sauce 30 mL and grape seed oil 30 mL respectively, and then there was sterilized for various Fo values(Fo 8~12 min) in a steam system retort at
. pH, VBN, amino-N, total amino acid, free amino acid, color value, texture profile, TBA value, mineral content, sensory evaluation and viable cells count of the canned seasoned sea mussels sterilized with various conditions(Fo 8~12 min) were measured. The same experimental items were also measured during storage. There was no remarkable difference between sterilized conditions and sensual characteristics. The results showed that the product of filled with grape seed oil sterilized at Fo 8 min was the most desirable.
Processing and Characteristics of Canned Kwamaegi - 2. Processing and Characteristics of Canned Boiled Kwamaegi
Park, Tae-Ho ; Noe, Yu-Ni ; Lee, In-Seok ; Kwon, Soon-Jae ; Yoon, Ho-Dong ; Kong, Cheung-Sik ; Oh, Kwang-Soo ; Choi, Jong-Duck ; Kim, Jeong-Gyun ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 24, issue 6, 2012, Pages 833~844
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2012.24.6.833
This study was conducted to obtain basic data which can be applied to process of canned boiled Kwamaegi. Commercial Kwamaegi was cut into
cm lengths, filled 90 g into can (301-3) and added with 60 g water and then precooked for 10 min. at
. And water layer was drained. The precooked Kwamaegi was packed into the can, and added with 60 g of mixed salt solution, which is mixed with salt 0.5% and bamboo salt 0.7%. The cans were seamed using a vacuum seamer, and then sterilized for various Fo values (Fo 8~12 min.) in a steam system retort at
. pH, VBN, amino-N, total amino acid, free amino acid, color value (L, a, b), texture profile, TBA value, mineral, sensory evaluation and viable bacterial count of the canned boiled Kwamaegi produced with various sterilization condition(Fo 8~12 min.) were measured. There was no remarkable difference between sterilization conditions and sensual characteristics. The results showed that the product sterilized at Fo 8 min. was the most desirable because this condition is the most economical and tasty.
Effect of Water Temperatures and Photoperiods on Gondal Degeneracy in Banded Catfish Pseudobagrus fulvidraco
Lim, Sang-Gu ; Kim, Young-Soo ; Han, Chang-Hee ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 24, issue 6, 2012, Pages 845~853
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2012.24.6.845
To investigate the role of temperatures and photoperiods as environmental cues regulating reproductive rhythm in Pseudobagrus fulvidraco, rearing experiments were conducted using sveral rearing regimes conbined with photoperiods and water temperatures during gonadal degeneration periods. Gonadosomatic index (GSI) in control was
, while in other experiment GSI levels in female were lower than that in the control. In case of experimental precinct of 9 light (L) and 15 L, GSI levels were decreased. But GSI level with
was no diffrence after 40 and 60 days. GSI level in male of control was
. GSI under 9 L and
was similar to that in control, whereas its level in other experiments was lower than that in control. Testosterone (T) of female was
ng/mL at experimental precinct. In case of 9 L and 15 L, concentration of T were lower than experimental precinct in all of water temperature. Estradiol-
) levels of female were
ng/mL at experimental precinct.
levels of 9 and 15 L were higher than experimental precinct and
levels of 9 and 15 L were higher than experimental precinct. In case of T and 11-ketotestosterone levels were
ng/mL in male. During the period of gonadal degeneration, gonadal maturation did not occur in any of the experimental regimes. However, comparatively high levels of
observed at low temperature regimes (
) regardless of photoperiods.
Effect of Water Temperatures and Photoperiods on Gondal Development in Banded Catfish Pseudobagrus fulvidraco
Lim, Sang-Gu ; Han, Chang-Hee ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 24, issue 6, 2012, Pages 854~861
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2012.24.6.854
To investigate the role of water temperatures and photoperidos as environmental cues regulating reproductive rhythm in banded catfish Pseudobagrus fulvidraco, rearing experiments were conducted using sveral rearing regimes conbined with changes in photoperiods and water temperatures during growing and spawning periods. GSI of
was significantly higher than
in female, but 9 light of 18 and
were no difference in male. In case of estradiol,
and 15 L was higher than other experintal precinct after 20 days. But, end of the experiment, all of experimental precinct were no difference. Testosteron of female was no difference in
-9 and 15 L after 20 days. Testosteron of male was no difference in
-9 L. In case of 11-KT, control level was
-9 L was no significantly difference after 20 days. But, 15 L was higher than other experimental precinct.
A Study on the Marketing of Ship Management Service Business
Shin, Han-Won ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 24, issue 6, 2012, Pages 862~871
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2012.24.6.862
The purpose of this paper is to find out the applicability of relationship marketing concept in a professional ship management context primarily on ship management service business. The dramatic growth in ship management industry leads to the intensified competition among professional ship management companies in the world. Thus they have tried to find out ways of ensuring competitiveness to be a market leader in this industry. The fundamental base of marketing is that it involves exchanges. Professional ship management involves a series of transactions and exchanges between client and ship manager. Ship management companies will ensure competitiveness by applying the concept of relationship marketing to real practices.
A Study on the Size of Turning Basin for Vessels of Arrival & Departure in the Berths
Kim, Se-Won ; Lee, Yoon-Suk ; Park, Young-Soo ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 24, issue 6, 2012, Pages 872~883
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2012.24.6.872
Generally the determination of turning basin for vessels of entering & sailing in the berth has been considered in the design standard of harbor construction rules of the port. In this regard, the turning basin has been determined by the max size of entering vessel of the berth/port. But the size of turning basin may considered the ship's maneuvering ability, operator's skillful power, mooring equipments of the berth, arrangement of the fairway and the environment condition of weather & seas around the designated port area. So this paper suggested the optimum size of turning basin after studying the harbour design rules of the advanced marine countries and using by maneuvering simulator for turning basin size and also evaluated the design standard of harbor construction rules and minimum size of turning basin against ship's length at the Gangjung civil/naval port of Jeju Island.
A Study of Development and Effectiveness of Eating Habit Teaching Software for Disabilities in Elementary School
Choi, Seong-Ouk ; Wang, Yoo-Jin ; Kim, Du-Gyu ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 24, issue 6, 2012, Pages 884~900
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2012.24.6.884
This study put emphasis on improving the quality of lives of the elementary students with disabilities by planning and realizing software for the purpose of teaching eating habits. It tried to develop software which constantly applies and practices contents learned from content systems subordinate to practical subjects. It is mainly consisted of 'cooking and eating' among the content systems of the practical subjects in the basic curriculum. To this end, it chose four modules as their final choices, 'eating various foods, cooking happily, setting the table, and washing the dishes.' Media is in CD-ROM Title form. Macromedia Flash and Macromedia Director were used as authoring tools. Program is basically going along centering on small units. And activities in each topic are composed of thinking, investigating, and organizing order. When we applied the software, developed in this research, to 3 elementary students with disabilities using multiple probe design across subjects, it had positive effects on eating habits related functions of all participants.
Issues and Solutions of Restructuring Private Universities
Choe, Ho-Seong ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 24, issue 6, 2012, Pages 901~919
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2012.24.6.901
The purpose of this study is to conceptualize some issues around university restructuring in Korea, and explore rational-practical solutions ensuring the survival of higher education institutes confronting many challenges like rapid decreasing rate of birth, global open market of higher education system, and the phenomena of concentration on capital city area etc.. In order to achieve study goals, higher education policies and provisions of past governments from DaeJung Kim's to current MeongBak Lee's were analyzed, and also characteristics and directions of university restructuring of each government were identified. Through this analysis, it was evident that the main concern of university restucturing discourse was primarily focused on how to make public universities have high level of competitiveness. On the other hand, private universities had been totally alienated from university restructuring discourse since 1990's, despite their historical and great contributions to national development of our country. Based on some criticisms of educational policies of national government and partial revision proposal of the higher education act initiated by a few assemblymen, this study suggested eight solutions for developmental restructuring of private universities; constructing comprehensive framework of university restructuring, keeping market-friendly restructuring principle to allow universities take an autonomous position, revising methods, criteria and indexes of university evaluation, reducing the number of enrolling students, not the number of universities and colleges, a new policy to develop local universities allying with universities located at capital city area, differentiating private universities into two types of semi- or quasi-national university and complete autonomous university, legislating financial supports to private universities, and lastly, equal treatment of public and private universities in pursuit of half price tuition.
Flora and Community Structure of Benthic Marine Algae in Busan, Korea
Kim, Ju-Hee ; Youn, Seok-Hyun ; Nam, Ki-Wan ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 24, issue 6, 2012, Pages 920~933
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2012.24.6.920
Marine algal flora and community structure were investigated seasonally at four stations in Busan, in which coastal area and estuary affected by Nakdong river are involved, from February 2011 to October 2011. Total 78 species including 9 of cholophyta, 17 of phaeophyta and 52 of rhodophyta were found during the study period. Maximum and minimum species number were recorded at station 1(57 species) and at 3(32 species). As based on the cluster analysis, grouping pattern between the four stations was significantly affected by season and Nakdong river run off. At station 3 directly exposured on Nakdong river run off, species diversity was relatively low and dominant species were similar throughout four seasons. However, coverage at the station was relatively high because of Ulva bloom. This difference results from salinity and nitrates concentrations closely related with river runoff controlled according to precipitation. Marine algal coverage was high at lower salinity and higher nitrate concentration. In conclusion, the spatio-temporal distribution of benthic marine algae in estuary of Nakdong river was mainly determined by the precipitation and river run off with the seasons, whereas that in coastal area was seasonally affected by general physical, chemical, biological and dynamic factors.
Structural Relationship among the Self-Efficacy, Self-Directed Learning Ability, School Adjustment, and Leaning Flow in Middle School Students
Kang, Seung Hee ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 24, issue 6, 2012, Pages 935~949
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2012.24.6.935
The purpose of this study was to investigate the structural relationship among the self-efficacy, self-directed learning ability, school adjustment and learning flow in middle school students by the structural equation modeling analysis. The subjects of this study consisted of 553 middle school students. The data were analyzed with descriptive statistics, Pearson correlations and structural equation modeling analysis by using the SPSS 12.0 and AMOS 5.0 statistical program. The results of this study were as followed: First, there were significant correlations among the self-efficacy, self-directed learning ability, school adjustment and learning flow. Second, the self-directed learning ability and school adjustment directly affected the learning flow. Third, self-efficacy and school adjustment variables indirectly affected learning flow. The indices of the best fit model on these variable were adequate. This study shows that the self-efficacy, self-directed learning ability, school adjustment are the significant predictor for the learning flow during adolescent.
30 Years of Marine Educational Research in North America: A Review of Methodologies
Kim, Jong-Mun ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 24, issue 6, 2012, Pages 950~962
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2012.24.6.950
Analysis of Good College Teaching Characteristics by multi-faceted approach
Yune, So-Jung ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 24, issue 6, 2012, Pages 963~976
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2012.24.6.963
As the college environment changes, the roles of professors and students should also be changed. And the way that we teach undergraduate students should also be changed. The purpose of this research is to analysis characteristics of good teaching methods in college as perceived by students and professors. We did content analysis to elicit the characteristics of good instruction from qualitative comments of 196 course evaluations, 195 excellent essays selected from 8 college essay competitions, and 72 teaching knowhow essays of professors. To see the difference of division in good instruction characteristics, we did frequency analysis by SPSS statistics program. According to the content analysis, the most essential characteristics of good instruction as perceived by the students and professors is teaching strategies. There were also differences in the fact of recognition transition by division and the students-professors.
An Analysis of School Life Satisfaction According to the Consensus of Class Teacher's Discipline Style Perceived by between Teacher and Student - Focused on Special high school -
Koo, Kyung-Ho ; Yoo, Soon-Hwa ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 24, issue 6, 2012, Pages 977~988
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2012.24.6.977
The purpose of this study was to help teachers increase the level of student's school life satisfaction by comparing between the practical data of a group which have an accordant perception for class teacher's discipline style perceived by between teacher him/herself and student with another group which have a discordant perception for class teacher's discipline style perceived by between teacher him/herself and student. For this study, 1460 second grade special high school students in Pusan were selected. And 1273 students and 56 teachers' questionnaires were used for analysis, while 5 questionnaires went uncompleted. T-test and Multiple Regression Analysis were used for compiling statistics of collected data. The results of this study are as follows: First, perceptions about the teacher's discipline style perceived by between teacher him/herself and student were different. Second, the levels of student's school life satisfactions were different by two group. A group which has an accordant perception for class teacher's discipline style perceived by teacher him/herself and student shows the high level of school life satisfaction than B group which has an discordant perception. Last, class teacher's discipline style which affects the level of student's school life satisfaction was different by the two group. These results suggest that to increase the level of student's school life satisfaction, class teachers have to a mutual understanding first, and then approach their students with different discipline style by the level of their interactive relationship with their students.
A Study on Adoption of Curriculum Autonomy Policy by a Middle School
Cho, Hyun-Sook ; Kim, Dae-Hyun ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 24, issue 6, 2012, Pages 989~1002
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2012.24.6.989
The purpose of this study was to figure out adoption of curriculum autonomy policy by a middle school. To achieve the purpose, official documents accepted or produced by the school were examined regarding how much curriculum autonomy was given to the school. As well as, minutes on curriculum organization and implementation and interviews with significant figures in the school were analyzed to reveal how the school exerted its curriculum autonomy. The results indicated that superior educational administrative institution that had made decision on curriculum autonomy policy and promoted it constantly sent to the school official documents that required it to report what had been done. Such practices prevented the school from autonomous organization and implementation of curriculum. In addition, as most decisions on curriculum organization and implementation at school level was made by administrator and teachers with special position, most teachers remained at passive status to accept what had decided by them. Parents'committee did not exercise their rights by lack of expertise and passive attitude.
Sexual Maturity and Reproductive Cycle of Roughscale Sole Clidoderma asperrimum Cultured in Indoor Tank
Lim, Han Kyu ; Jeong, Min Hwan ; Do, Yong Hyun ; Son, Maeng Hyun ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 24, issue 6, 2012, Pages 1003~1012
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2012.24.6.1003
The gonadosomatic index (GSI), sex steroid hormones and gonadal development of roughscale sole Clidoderma asperrimum cultured in indoor tank were investigated to evaluate its sexual maturation and reproductive cycle. The highest GSI values of female and male were
(August), respectively. The reproductive cycle would be classified into four successive developmental stages: growing stage (December to February), maturation stage (March to April), ripe and spawning stage (May to June), recovery and resting stage (July to November). The highest plasma testosterone (T) and estradiol-
) levels of female were
pg/mL, respectively in May. Also
-OHP) levels of female peaked in April before spawning season (
pg/mL). The highest plasma testosterone (T) and 11-ketotestosterone levels of male were
pg/mL, respectively in April. But there was no significant difference in
A Textbook Analysis on History Domain of Elementary Social Studies in the 2007 Revised Curriculum
Kim, Ji-Won ; Won, Hyo-Heon ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 24, issue 6, 2012, Pages 1013~1026
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2012.24.6.1013
The 2007 revised social studies curriculum emphasizes history education in particular. Thus the contents of the history section previously scattered through 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th grades are now integrated into the first and second semesters of the 5th grade in elementary social studies. Therefore, this research intend to gain insights that could be used as a reference when making next social textbooks by analyzing social textbooks of the 7th and the 2007 revised curriculum. The conclusions of comparative analysis on social textbooks of the 7th and the 2007 revised curriculum are as follows: The textbook units according to the 2007 revised curriculum were a reorganization of the contents from the 7th's 6th grade 1st semester contents per unit in a chronological flow. Meanwhile, the topic was introduced to supplement historic contents afresh. The 2007 revised curriculum focused on the life history, cultural history, personal history.
Middle-aged Female Volunteers' Evaluations on Their Volunteering and Implications for the Adult Life-long Education
Kim, Seung Hee ; Kim, Hyang Eun ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 24, issue 6, 2012, Pages 1027~1041
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2012.24.6.1027
This study analyzed middle-aged woman volunteers' evaluations on their volunteering and its implications for the adult life-long education. The subjects were 126 women aged from 35 to 59 who enrolled in the volunteer centers in Busan, Korea. They participated in the survey of the volunteer effects and the factors that made them continue to volunteer. Survey said, middle-aged women volunteers perceived that they got positive feedback from others and themselves and it made them keep doing on volunteering. Based on their volunteering experiences, they reported the personal effects such as positivism, caring, volunteering capacity, industry, maturity and the family member's effects such as positivism and participating in their volunteering. They also mentioned that they had positive and negative effects on family relationship such as family relation reinforcement and being indifferent to their own family. Based on the research findings, it was the emphasized that supports for volunteering of the middle-aged women that helps them to accomplish the developmental tasks in the middle age are necessary. A scheme of linkage between volunteering and the adult life-long education was also dealt with. Finally, the implications on the further studies in the field were discussed.