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Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education
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The Korean Society for Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education
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Volume 26, Issue 6 - Dec 2014
Volume 26, Issue 5 - Oct 2014
Volume 26, Issue 4 - Aug 2014
Volume 26, Issue 3 - Jun 2014
Volume 26, Issue 2 - Apr 2014
Volume 26, Issue 1 - Feb 2014
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Histological Observation of the Barbel in Common Carp, Cyprinus carpio and Bagrid Catfish, Pseudobagrus fulvidraco
Lim, Sang-Gu ; Han, Hyoung-Kyun ; Park, Hye-Jung ; Park, In-Seok ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 26, issue 2, 2014, Pages 245~256
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2014.26.2.245
A Study on Students', Parents', and Teachers' Change of Perception on Creativity and Character Education through Operation of Creativity and Character Model School
Kang, Beo-Deul ; Park, Jong-Un ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 26, issue 2, 2014, Pages 257~269
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2014.26.2.257
The purpose of this study was to investigate the change of perceptions of students', parents', teachers' on creativity and character education at the model school for creativity and character education. This study used pre and post tests to examine the effects of creativity and character education on students, parents, and teachers. The results were as follows. Firstly, operating model school for creativity and character education brought about the statistically meaningful changes of students' perception on creativity and character education. However, the changes seemed that the level of their perception on creativity and character education was not rational as the average is about 3.5 point. Secondly, operating model school for creativity and character education brought about the statistically meaningful changes of parents' perception on creativity and character education. However, the changes seemed that the level of their perception on creativity and character education was not rational as the average was about 3.5 point like their children. thirdly, operating model school for creativity and character education brought about the statistically meaningful changes of teachers' perception on creativity and character education. The changes seemed that the level of their perception on creativity and character education was rational as the average was about 4.5 point unlike their students and school parents. Fourthly, it seemed that the perception on creativity and character education showed a difference among students, school parents, and teachers.
Changing Temperature Affects Anesthetic Effects and Physiological Stress Responses in Marine Medaka, Oryzias dancena
Park, In-Seok ; Kim, Young-Ju ; Goo, In-Bon ; Kong, Hee-Jung ; Kim, Bong-Seok ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 26, issue 2, 2014, Pages 270~283
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2014.26.2.270
Validation Through Perceptions between Leader and Team Members on Collaborative Competencies in Corporate Organization
Lee, Yu-Na ; Ha, Yu-Ran ; Lee, Sang-Soo ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 26, issue 2, 2014, Pages 284~295
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2014.26.2.284
The purpose of the study was to validate the components of practical collaborative competencies by analyzing the perceptions of corporate personnel on practical collaborative competencies. The study reviewed the theories of collaborative intelligence, collective intelligence, cooperative learning, and learning communities. Based on the results of the literature review, the study derived seven categories of participative motivation for group activities, ability to share thinking and consciousness, motivation to share experiences, ability to control emotion, ability to promote interaction, creativity, and collaborative performance as the core competencies. To validate the elements, survey was conducted for 186 corporate personnels. The results showed that the personnels perceived the following elements as important collaborative competencies: participative motivation for group activities, motivation to form participatory atmosphere, ability to manage conflict effectively, ability to form relationships, ability to form positive team atmosphere.
Exploring Learning Styles and Task Preferences of Disadvantaged Gifted Students
Lee, Mi-Soon ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 26, issue 2, 2014, Pages 296~307
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2014.26.2.296
As an educational trial for pursuit of educational excellence in the disadvantaged gifted, this study was to explore learning styles and task preferences by student's grade and gender. Furthermore, this study sought to present the practical basis to develop programs for disadvantaged gifted students. Total 153 disadvantage gifted students responded items of the Learning Styles Inventory-III and the Task Preferences Scale, which responses were analyzed by student's grade and gender in using MANOVA. As the results, the 1st grade disadvantaged gifted students preferred Direct instruction, Technology, and Learning games to the higher grade level students. There were significant differences in task preferences by students' grade level. The 4th grade disadvantaged gifted students preferred Creative tasks and Difficult tasks more than other grade level students.
Analysis of Surface Muscle Activity of Lower and Upper Musculus Erector Spinae According to Walkers form
Heo, Bo-Seob ; Kim, Yong-Jae ; Mun, Chae-Hwan ; Son, Jae-Won ; Hong, Seok-Jin ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 26, issue 2, 2014, Pages 308~315
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2014.26.2.308
The aims of this study are to analysis about surface muscle activity of lower and upper musculus erector spinae according to walkers form. The subjects of the current step is inconvenient to use a walker and five people over the age of 65 valid samples were selected as final. All the subjects were measured in three forms. Wireless EMG muscle activity is a measure of surface measurements were measured using a system, both musculus vastus lateralis, outside the erector spinae muscle, musculus biceps femoris, gastrocnemius muscle was attached to the channel electrodes. According to the results, First, gastrocnemius muscle activity showed significant differences by type of gait. Second, the muscle activity of the erector spinae muscle walking showed significant differences by type, side grip type showed the lowest muscle activity. Consequently, the present study is the efficient use of the four-wheel walker will provide the baseline data.
The Pharmacokinetics of Erythromycin in Cultured Paralichthys olivaceus after Oral administration
Seo, Jung-Soo ; Jeon, Eun-Ji ; Jung, Sung-Hee ; Park, Myung-Ae ; Kim, Na-Young ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 26, issue 2, 2014, Pages 316~321
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2014.26.2.316
The pharmacokinetics of erythromycin (EM) after oral administration was studied in the cultured olive flounder, Paralichthys olivaceus, using LC/MS/MS. After single- or multiple-dose administration of EM (50, 100, 200 mg/kg body weight and 50 mg/kg for 5 days) by oral route in olive flounder (
), the concentration in the serum was determined at 1, 3, 6, 9, 24, 72, 120, 168, 264, 360, 504 and 720 h post-dose. The kinetic profile of absorption, distribution and elimination of EM in serum were analyzed fitting to a two-compartment model by WinNonlin program. The area under the concentration-time curve (AUC), maximum concentration (
), time for maximum concentration (
) following oral administration of 50, 100 and 200 mg/kg b.w. and 50 mg for 5 days. EM was
, 1.56 hr),
, 3.99 hr), and
, 4 hr), respectively. The results of this study related to dosage and
withdrawal times could be used for prescription of EM in field for the treatment of bacterial diseases in olive flounder.
A Study on the Importance-Satisfaction Analysis of Consignment Sale Factors of Fisheries Cooperatives -A Case of the Oyster Hanging Fisheries Cooperatives-
Song, Jung-Hun ; Park, Bo-Gyeong ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 26, issue 2, 2014, Pages 322~334
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2014.26.2.322
In order to enhance consignment sale businesses of fisheries cooperatives, it is needed to seek measures to accept needs of customers who use the fisheries cooperatives consignment sale market by examining recognition of fishermen. Thus, the purpose of this study is to develop measurement items and scales of the consignment sale factors for fishermen of the fisheries cooperatives port consignment sale market, and to determine the difference between consignment sale factors importance and satisfaction of fishermen. For this, it conducted a survey targeting fishermen who use the fishery product port market consignment sale of the oyster hanging fisheries cooperatives. It used the Importance-Satisfaction Analysis (ISA) for an analysis tool.
A Study on the Effects of Self-Efficacy and Social Support on Career Decision level in Fisheries and Merchant Marine High School Students
Park, Jong-Un ; Seo, Young-Hwan ; Kang, Beo-Deul ; Jeon, Eun-Sun ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 26, issue 2, 2014, Pages 335~344
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2014.26.2.335
The purpose of this study is to investigate the effects of self-efficacy and social support on career decision level for fisheries and merchant marine high school students. And it will help improving the Fisheries and Merchant Marine High School students' career decision level. To achieve the purpose of this research, the study carried out a survey targeting 456 fisheries and merchant marine high school students. Analysis methods includes Frequency Analysis, One way ANOVA, t-test, and Regression Analysis and data was analyzed by PASW Statistics 18. The results are as follows: First, fisheries and merchant marine high school students' self-efficacy and social support were generally positive. Second, The effects of the grade, the major and the school of students on self-efficacy showed statistically significant difference. Third, the higher self-efficacy and social support of students were, the higher career decision level was. Lastly, The effects of self-efficacy and social support on career decision level were valued positive.
A Study on the Level of Health Beliefs and Knowledge about Human Papilloma Virus(HPV) Vaccination among Health College Students
Eo, Yong-Sook ; Lee, Nae-Young ; Kim, Ji-Soo ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 26, issue 2, 2014, Pages 345~356
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2014.26.2.345
The purpose of this study was to identify the knowledge level of human papilloma virus and performance of anti-cervical cancer vaccine among health college student in Korea. A quantitative, descriptive design was used to study 471 students in Ulsan, recruited from April 1 to May 30, 2011. The data were analyzed SPSS program, using descriptive statistics, t-test and ANOVA. The percentage of the participants who received HPV vaccination was 4.0%. The average level of health belief and knowledge about human papilloma virus were 3.05, 5.01 points. Therefore, it is needed to reduce HPV infection through concrete educational programs and advertisement. Also, this educational programs need to include strategies the knowledge of human papilloma virus.
Trieste and Malta as the base of the Mediterranean maritime Interchanges: the importance and the Value
Kim, Hee-Jung ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 26, issue 2, 2014, Pages 357~367
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2014.26.2.357
The path of the search has been long and complex but rich in cultural, economic, religious, and human aspects. The relations between these two ports, Malta and Trieste, full of a painful and difficult but also glorious and fair history, have had their ups and downs as a theater, not so much land as the sea, and in this case the Mediterranean. This area has led to a similar vision of the historical aspects of the various dominations, and has a significant influence on the habits, customs and life of the people of Malta and Trieste. Their particularly complex history has unfolded with ups and downs, contrasting with other difficult times more happier and constructive as it has always, however, in the history of man. The purpose of this article is to analyze and arrange manifestly the history of commercial and maritime interchanges between Malta and Trieste, not achieved in Korea until now. This material has high scientific value gathering sufficient data for this article.
Establishing and Vitalizing Method of Lifelong Education Promotion System in Busan
Lee, Jeong-Seok ; Lee, Choong-Ryul ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 26, issue 2, 2014, Pages 368~381
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2014.26.2.368
The purpose of this study is to diagnose the lifelong education promotion system in Busan and to establish a desirable promotion system. In the study, we search for the optimal alternative to manage lifelong education exclusive organization(Busan Institute for lifelong Education) and seek ways to vitalize the lifelong education promotion system in Busan. The focus is also placed on completing a network-type governance system by strengthening the connection and cooperation among the parties. In order to make the promotion system function efficiently, the vitalizing methods of lifelong education promotion system can be roughly categorized into some kind as follows : strengthening the network between the interested parties and establishing their roles, restructuring legal as well as administrative and financial support system; enhancing education and public relations; intensifying local infrastructure of lifelong education; and boosting accessibility and expanding exchange and cooperation.
The Mediating Effect of Organization on the Relationship between Teacher's Resilience and Job Satisfaction
Lee, Sang-Soo ; Kim, Dae-Hyun ; Song, Yeon-Joo ; Oh, Jung-Hee ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 26, issue 2, 2014, Pages 382~391
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2014.26.2.382
The purpose of this study was to confirm the relationship between teacher's resilience and job satisfaction and observe the mediating effect of organization in the relationship. For the study, a survey about resilience, job satisfaction, and organization was conducted on 913 elementary, middle, and high school teachers working at Busan and Ulsan. The result was statistically treated using SPSS 18.0 program. The results of this study are as follows: First, there were as positive relationships among teacher's resilience, job satisfaction, and organization. Second, the mediating effect of organization in the relationship between teacher's resilience and job satisfaction was shown by the partial mediating effect. The result of the study shows that teacher's resilience is the variables influencing job satisfaction but organization is more important variables. Therefore, it suggests to establish organizational ethical climate for active communication among school members in order to improve teacher's job satisfaction.
The Study on Relationship between Job Satisfaction and Life Satisfaction of Bangladeshi Migrant Workers in South Korea
Rahman, S. M. Mustafizur ; Kang, Beo-Deul ; Park, Jong-Un ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 26, issue 2, 2014, Pages 392~400
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2014.26.2.392
An Analysis of Students' Systemic Thinking and Teachers' Reflective Thinking after the Lesson of Digestion, Circulation, Respiration and Excretion of Middle School Science
Kim, Dong-Ryeul ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 26, issue 2, 2014, Pages 401~420
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2014.26.2.401
This study aims to analyze middle school students' systemic thinking to express organic relations between different organ systems about the movement of food and air and teachers' reflective thinking about science teaching through their reflective journals after the lesson of digestion, circulation, respiration and excretion. Firstly, when investigating the moving route of hamburger eaten inside the body, students expressed the names, locations and forms of organs in the digestive system more than those in the circulatory system or the excretory system. When investigating the moving route of a painkiller taken inside the body, students seemed to have more difficulty in expressing the related organ systems than when investigating the moving route of other things, and they mostly drew pictures of organs in the digestive system as done for the moving route of hamburger. However, when investigating the moving route of water drunk inside the body, students mostly described organs in the digestive system but drew more pictures of organs in the excretory system, than when investigating the moving route of other things. When investigating the moving route of air inhaled inside the body, students mostly drew pictures of organs in the respiratory system, but the rate of their drawing pictures of circulatory organs was low. Secondly, this study analyzed one of the teachers' reflective journals, named Mr. Park. According to his journal, students showed different levels of understanding of organ names, depending on their degrees of familiarity with each organ, and in regard to the locations of organs, science teachers mostly aim to achieve learning objectives so much that they often forget to instruct the locations of organs in fact. As for the forms of organs, science teachers mostly spend so much time explaining the functions of organs that they often forget to describe the exact form of each organ.
Marine Prey Selectivity of Released Juvenile Chum Salmon (Oncorhynchus keta) During arly Marine Migration in Korean Waters
Kwon, O-Nam ; Kim, Ju-Kyoung ; Yoon, Moon-Geun ; Kim, Doo-Ho ; Hong, Kwan-Eui ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 26, issue 2, 2014, Pages 421~429
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2014.26.2.421
We investigated the feeding ecology of juvenile chum salmon (Oncorhynchus keta) during the critical early life stage prey selectivity of juvenile chum salmon during early marine migration in Korean waters at spring 2011. Salmon juveniles and zooplanktons were collected to draw with
gill net and
mesh zooplankton net at each station on 11th-13th April n 2011. Collected zooplanktons were classified to 5 Phylum, 6 Class, 9 Order 17 Species in this study. Almost 76.4-100% species were classified to Phylum Arthropoda, dominant species was a species out of Hyperia galba of Order Amphipoda, Acartia spp and Paracalanus parvus of Order Calanoida. Collected salmon juveniles were grew up to average 4.7-5.4 cm fork length and average 1.0-1.5 g wet weight in whole station. Fish stomach content (mg/salmon) was heaver to 97.4, 82.4 and 63.2 mg wet weight/salmon in ST 2, 3, 4 than 20.4, 18.9 mg/salmon of ST 1, 5, because there are fish (sand eel, Hypoptychus dybowskii) and Krill (Euphausia) as prey in salmon stomach in ST 2, 3, 4. And ST 2, 3, 4 and 5 were dominated by Amphipoda as Hyperia galba, Themisto japonica and Gammarus sp., but ST 1 was dominated by copepod, because of absence of Amphipoda in the station. Therefore small Amphipoda as Hyperia galba was good prey for just released salmon juvenile in nature.
An Analysis of Inquiry for Motion Sickness Incidence of the Training Ship, Kaya, due to the Ship Motion
Han, Seung-Jae ; Ha, Young-Rok ; Kim, Jong-Hwa ; Lee, Jong-Gun ; Lee, Seung-Chul ; Kim, In-Chul ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 26, issue 2, 2014, Pages 430~436
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2014.26.2.430
Excessive motion of the ship in rough sea would affect body's fatigue, cognitive ability, motion sickness, and the proficiency of activity. Among them symptoms of motion sickness are similar to fatigue and nausea. Motion sickness causes sudden degradations of ability to perform tasks in physical and psychological aspects, and causes delays or failure in mental activity, and also takes a significant amount of time recovering. In this study, questionnaire for MSI(Motion Sickness Incidence) survey was taken for the students aboard the training ship of Kaya to the open sea far from land. Motion sickness analysis was performed as comparing the results of questionnaire based on sea state, incident angle, economical speed, and location in the ship.
Description of the Megalopal Stage of Orithyia sinica (Decapoda: Brachyura: Orithyiidae) reared in the Laboratory
Kim, Mi-Hyang ; Kim, Hye-Seon ; Park, Won-Gyu ; Choi, Jung-Wha ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 26, issue 2, 2014, Pages 437~443
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2014.26.2.437
Mathematical Model of Aquaculture Facility Utilization
Eh, Youn-Yang ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 26, issue 2, 2014, Pages 444~454
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2014.26.2.444
The range of optimization problem in aquaculture is very wide, resulting from the range of species, mode of operation. Quite a few studies focus marine net-cages, but studies on land based culture farm are few or no. This paper considers a allocation problem to meet production planning in land based aquaculture system. A water pool allocation model in land based aquaculture system was developed. The solution finds the value of decision variable to minimize yearly production costs that sums up the water pool usage cost and sorting cost. The model inputs were (1) the fish growth rate (2) critical standing corp (3) number of water pool (4) number of fish. The model outputs were (5) number of water pool in growing phase (6) cost of cultivation (6) optimal facility allocation(number of water pool for each growing phase). To solve the problem, an efficient heuristic algorithm based on a greedy manner is developed. Branch and bound and heuristic is evaluated through numerical examples.