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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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Effect of Photoperiods on Sexual Maturation in Spotted seabass, Lateolabrax maculatus
Lim, Sang-Gu ; Kim, Young-Soo ; Baek, Jae-Min ; Kim, Jong-Hyun ; Han, Hyoung-Kyun ; Cho, Yong-Chul ; Kang, Yong-Jin ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 26, issue 5, 2014, Pages 935~940
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2014.26.5.935
To investigate effect of on sexual maturation in spotted seabass, Lateolabrax maculatus the sexual maturation, photoperiods were established to natural photoperiod, 9L:15D, 11L:13D, 13L:11D and 15L:9D. After rearing for 90 days from August 11 to November 10, gonadosomatic index (GSI) and hormones were analyzed. In the female, GSI was
in the natural photoperiod,
in 9L:15D, while the GSI of male was
in the natural photoperiod,
in 9L:15D and
in 15L:9D and the lowest in 15L:9D, respectively. The blood estradiol (E2) of female was
in the natural photoperiod, and the highest value of
in 9L:15D. The male
was similar to the female with
in the natural photo period and
in 9L:15D. The testosterone (T) of male was
in the natural photoperiod, but the hightest value of
in 9L:15D. These results provide basic information from sexual maturation of spotted seabass.
An Empirical Study on the Impact of the School Environment and Career Maturity on the School Adjustment Resilience
Je, Seong-Tae ; Hwang, Seok-Jun ; Shin, Han-Won ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 26, issue 5, 2014, Pages 941~958
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2014.26.5.941
Today the educational authorities selected 38 Meister High Schools which are based on industry demand out of 691 high schools nationwide to make the vocational high schools do their original purposes and to innovate vocation education. The purposes of this study are to analyze the relationship between the school environment and career maturity and the school adjustment resilience and, based on the results, to suggest improvement plans to improve business environment for the maritime Meister High Schools. To analyze the influence of the school environment and students' career maturity on their school adjustment resilience, the researcher used the teachers's professionalism, school facilities, students' entrance motivation, career guidance depending on the individual and the school meal quality as the school environment factors of the independent factors. As dependent factors, the researcher selected school environment, teachers, class preparation of the individual, level of school life such as an attitude level and school rule observance, and peer relation.
A Study about Civil Liability of Live Fish Transportation Contract
Park, Subong ; Lim, Seok-Won ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 26, issue 5, 2014, Pages 959~965
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2014.26.5.959
Transporting of live fish requires subcontract with an independent contractor. During the transporting of live fish, civil liability problems can be caused by damage of fish. Before transporting of live fish, responsibility of negligence and tort liability were arisen, after transporting of live fish, default on an obligation was arisen. To avoid this problems, it is important to put a bond on each other and live fish transporting contract can be made a legal contract. Also, transporting of live fish must be made safe, after transporting, and discharge of obligation, perfect transaction is achieved.
Satisfaction Survey of Training to Prevent Marine Accidents on Hydraulic Clutch in Small Ships
Kim, Young-Un ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 26, issue 5, 2014, Pages 966~978
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2014.26.5.966
Currently, majority small ship's clutch for power transmission to propeller relies on multi plate hydraulic clutch regardless its size. Most of the small ships do not have a spare equipments of clutch. Furthermore, many ship engineers do not have an ability as well as enough experience to solve this problem related to the hydraulic clutch during the voyage. Therefore, any small problems cause many serious marine accidents. Once the clutch has problem, almost of all ships can not sail by itself anymore and it must be towed by salvage boat, maritime police ships, or fish guidance boat etc. In this case, all the accidents will be categorized as a marine accident and they all need to go through marine accident court inquiries. In this study, an understanding of each crew on hydraulic clutch system has been profoundly measured. Furthermore, the knowledge on an emergency navigation protocol of each crew has been also profoundly checked. Additionally, various surveys on hydraulic clutch classes has been performed and its satisfaction of crews on this topic have been carefully checked based on various feedback from students who took these courses. All of the above data from this study will be used to reduce marine accidents in current marine industry.
A Study on Assessing Disaster Response Capacity for Coastal Residents
Kang, Tae-Soon ; Lee, Seung-Rok ; Lee, Jong-Sup ; Kim, Jongkyu ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 26, issue 5, 2014, Pages 979~990
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2014.26.5.979
Recently the frequency of coastal disasters caused by global warming is increasing and the damage is becoming greater. Therefore, the Korean government is establishing various policies and measures to minimize damage. For disaster prevention, this study will evaluate the disaster response capacity of each local resident(Eup/Myeun/Dong) in coastal areas through the survey. The purpose of this study is to quantitatively understand the disaster response capacity and analyze spatial autocorrelation between hot spots(vulnerable area) and cold spots. Thus this study was conducted a survey of 311 towns(Eup/Myeun/Dong) about the disaster response capacity of coastal residents. As a result, Namhae has the highest average score(4.9). On the contrary, Hampyeong has the lowest(1.6). Coastal residents in Namhae seem to have better understanding of first aid and preventive maintenance. But coastal residents in Hampyeong seem to not have these characteristics. Afterwards, this study builds a database of disaster response capacity, and analyzes it using the spatial autocorrelation method. Finally, the area of hot spots and cold spots for disaster response capacity was quantitatively detected.
The Effect of Awareness towards Inclusive Education of Preliminary Elementary School Teachers on the Intention to Implement Instructional Adaptations for Students with Disabilities
Kang, Young-Sim ; Lee, Mia ; Park, Ji-Yoon ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 26, issue 5, 2014, Pages 991~1002
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2014.26.5.991
The purpose of the study is to analyze the difference of the intention to implement instructional adaptations for students with disabilities between preliminary teachers who agree on inclusive education and who do not agree on inclusive class. The subjects are 318 preliminary teachers who enrolled in the Busan national university of education(180 pro-inclusive preliminary teachers and 138 anti-inclusive preliminary teachers). The questionnaires are composed of currently demographic information, perception about inclusive education, and instructional adaptations. To examine the differences depend on the teachers' perception of inclusive education, descriptive statistics, and t-test were used. The results are as follow: Significant differences in total instructional adaptations and three sub-instructional adaptations(e.g., instructional environment, instructional groups, and instructional contents) were found between preliminary teachers who agree on inclusive education and who do not agree on inclusive education.
Influences of Job Stress, Coping, Self-efficacy on Burnout of Clinical Nurses
Lee, Ji-Won ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 26, issue 5, 2014, Pages 1003~1012
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2014.26.5.1003
The purpose of this study was to understand the clinical nurses' burnout, job stress, coping, self-efficacy and to identify the factors that influence on burnout. A quantitative, descriptive design was used to study 140 clinical nurses in B and U city, recruited from June to July, 2012. The data were analyzed SPSS 20.0 program using descriptive statistics, t-test, ANOVA, Pearson correlation coefficients and stepwise multiple regression. The mean score for burnout was 2.28 points(range: 1-4). Burnout was significantly correlated with job stress, coping and self-efficacy. These variables accounted for 37.4% of burnout. Based on the results, the sorts of strategies to reduce the burnout are required by offering job stress, coping and self-efficacy management.
Marine Meterological Characteristics by Comparison of High wind-wave alert and Moored Buoy data off the coast of the East Sea between 2006 and 2013
Kim, Yun-Bae ; Kim, Sang-Mi ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 26, issue 5, 2014, Pages 1013~1025
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2014.26.5.1013
Marine meterological characteristics off the coast in the East Sea between 2006 and 2013 were investigated by comparing the high wind-wave alert and moored-measured significant wave high. Monthly and yearly variations of the high wind-wave alert duration off the coast in the central part of the East Sea are correlated with those of the significant wave height measurement with their minima in June and 2008 and maxima in December and 2012. Both the high wind-wave alert duration and significant wave height increase remarkably during 2010-2013 when compared with during 2006-2009. The remarkable increase, occurring dominantly in December, seems to be related with Arctic oscillation variability. However, the comparisons reveal that only about a half of high wind-wave alerts satisfy the criteria for issuing the high wind-wave alert. To issue the high wind-wave alert, the wind speed at the sea should exceed 14 m/s or the significant wave height should be higher than 3 m. The high wind-wave alerts unsatisfying the significant wave height criteria are issued mainly during spring and summer. These results imply that additional surface buoy moorings in the open basin of the East Sea are necessary for more accurate issue of the high wind-wave alert.
The Impact of Awareness of Multiculture on Efficacy of Multiculture in Pre-service Secondary Teachers
Lee, Ki-Yong ; Park, Chang-Un ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 26, issue 5, 2014, Pages 1026~1036
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2014.26.5.1026
The purpose of this research is to find the impact of multicultural awareness of pre-service secondary teachers on multicultural efficacy. Specific content of the study for achieving this purpose is as follows: First, the correlation between multicultural awareness of pre-service secondary teachers and multicultural efficacy was analyzed. Second, the effect relation between multicultural awareness of pre-service secondary teachers and multicultural efficacy was examined. As part of quantitative research, the method of study was a survey targeting 234 pre-service Secondary teachers who were sophomores, juniors and seniors at D University, P University and S University located in Busan. The study results earned from this process are as below: First, statistically significantly high positive correlation existed between multicultural awareness of pre-service secondary teachers and multicultural efficacy. The areas of acceptance, openness and respect, which are the sub-scale of multicultural awareness of pre-service secondary teachers, showed high positive correlations with all sub-scale of multicultural efficacy including general efficacy, efficacy in instructional function, efficacy in caring perspectives and efficacy in helping multicultural families. Second, the sub-scale of multicultural awareness that significantly affected general efficacy in the sub-scale of multicultural efficacy of pre-service secondary teachers was acceptance and respect. The sub-scale of multicultural awareness that significantly affected efficacy in instructional function was acceptance. The sub-scale of multicultural awareness that significantly affected efficacy in caring perspectives was acceptance and respect. The sub-scale of multicultural awareness that significantly affected efficacy in helping multicultural families was respect. It showed that openness in the sub-scale of multicultural awareness did not affect multicultural efficacy much.
Summer Marine Algal Communities at Dokdo, Korea
Choi, Chang-Geun ; Kwon, Chun-Jung ; Kim, Mi-Kyong ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 26, issue 5, 2014, Pages 1037~1043
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2014.26.5.1037
We extensively observed macroalgal assemblages of species composition and biomass of summer benthic marine algae at Dokdo in the East sea of Korea. A total of 102 species (12 Chlorophyta, 36 Phaeophyta, and 54 Rhodophyta) were identified in quadrats and were analysed qualitatively to define the variation patterns. Biomass in dry weight according to various depths ranged between 146.0 to 764.2 g m-2 at study sites. Mean biomass at the investigated sites was greater in the 10m depth range than in the 5 and 15m depths at Dongdo. The flora could be classified into six functional groups: coarsely branched form (51.0%), filamentous form (17.7%), thick leather form (15.7%), sheet form (5.9%), jointed calcareous form (4.9%) and crustose form (4.9%). The R/P, C/P and (R+C)/P value were 1.67, 0.50 and 2.17, respectively. The number of marine algae species and the biomass in Dokdo area were markedly reduced as compared with those in the previous studies. This result suggests possible future changes in the algal vegetation, considering coastal marine environment of this area.
A Study on the Indemnity System of Fishery Damage by Natural Disasters
Kim, In-Yu ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 26, issue 5, 2014, Pages 1044~1057
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2014.26.5.1044
This study has seen about a indemnity system of fishery damage by natural disasters such as a problem and improvement methods of government aid system and system on accident insurance for cultured fishery products. Recently, in the situation that the demage of aquaculture industry caused by frequent typhoon resulted from global warming and abnormal changed of weather is nasty, the accident insurance for cultured fishery products is necessary to show its true quality and to protect fishers against natural disasters owing to the limitation of government's aid for them. However, The objects of accident insurance for cultured fishery products which is progress on, is too short to apply, so that it is absolutely insufficient to fulfill the demands of culturing fishermen. Therefore, It could be a certain preparation to magnify the range of object items of it and to convert the trial industry being adjusted to limited area into full scale industry to adjust over all nationally. Furthermore, This insurance is complicated and strict to join rather than other insurances. As it can be seen by examples that got in trouble, despite culturing fishermen applied to join the insurance, they took all demage because the insurance was not realized. So, It is hard to say that causes impute the responsibility of it to the authority of insurance, not culturing fishery. They should simplify the registration process, limit the period each registration process and consider a countermeasure to complete it. Concerning compensation for the loss, agriculture part is easier to investigate the loss due to remained dead crop damaged by natural disaster, meanwhile, in fishing part, especially in case of cultivation of fish, it is difficult to investigate the loss and demage because crops are blown all together with typhoon when it comes plus the facilities of them are also very old. Consequently to solve the problem needs more positive attitude as it is policy insurance.
The Relationship between Psychological Basic Needs and Career Indecision
Kang, Seong-Jin ; Yoo, Soonhwa ; Choi, Hye-Kyoung ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 26, issue 5, 2014, Pages 1058~1074
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2014.26.5.1058
The purpose of this study was to examine the relationship between psychological basic needs(autonomy, competence, relatedness) based on self-determination theory and career indecision of female college students. The participants of this study were 1,060 female college students in B city. To analyze data, cannonical correlation analysis was performed. The results of this study are as follows: First, the level of psychological basic needs was generally high among research participants and there were significant differences depending on the grades. Second, the level of career indecision was generally low and there were also significant differences depending on the grades. Third, the result of cannonical correlation analysis showed significant negative relationship between psychological basic needs and career indecision. Discussions and suggestions related to the results were provided.
Monitering of Ostreid herpesvirus in Pacific oyster, Crassostrea gigas
Lee, Ye-Suk ; Kim, Mee-Sun ; Park, Jung-Jun ; Seo, Jung-Soo ; Kwon, Mun-Kyoung ; Hwang, Jee-Youn ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 26, issue 5, 2014, Pages 1075~1082
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2014.26.5.1075
Monthly Screening of Pacific oyster, Crassostrea gigas, was surveyed by PCR for Ostreid herpesvirus(OsHV-1) infections from 2012 to 2013 in Korea. It was showed positive results in one hatchery in April and May 2012 and in oyster farming areas from August to November in 2013. The obtained sequences showed 99.3~99.5% homology with OsHV-1
(Accession Number: HQ842610) and 96.2~96.3% homology with OsHV isolated from Korea(Accession Number: AY509253).
A study of the Possibility of the Charcoal as Desiccant
Kim, Jong-Ryeol ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 26, issue 5, 2014, Pages 1083~1089
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2014.26.5.1083
The aims of this study are to find out the possibility of the charcoal as a desiccant. The only humidity control under high temperature and high humidity environment can be provided to the thermal comfort at indoor environment. Functionality of charcoal is known to be deodorization, antiseptic effect, filtering effect and humidity control. But research related to humidity control in the country not yet. Thus, the dehumidification capacity of the charcoal experimental results to see the results were as follows : 1) Entering the experimental humidification is 148.02 g/h, 161.05 g/h and 243.2 g/h when air velocity was changed 1.5 m/s, 1.7 m/s and 2.0 m/s. 2) When the basis weight of the charcoal 2.0 m/s air velocity to obtain the largest number of adsorption capacity. 3) Dru bulb temperature and dew point temperature ware measured at front and rear of the charcoal. Absolute humidity is calculated from the measured Dry bulb temperature and dew point temperature. The quantity of dehumidification is calculated from absolute humidity is the largest 129.6 g/h at the air velocity 2.0 m/s.
Experimental and Numerical Analysis for Single-phase Flow Pressure Drop in Parallel Micro-channels
Choi, Yong-Seok ; Lim, Tae-Woo ; You, Sam-Sang ; Choe, Hyeong-Sik ; Kim, Hwan-Seong ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 26, issue 5, 2014, Pages 1090~1095
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2014.26.5.1090
The experimental and numerical studies of the single-phase flow pressure drop in parallel micro-channels were performed. The parallel micro-channels consisted of 15 channels with depth 0.2mm, width 0.45mm and length 60mm. The FC-72 was used as the working fluid and the mass fluxes ranged from 62.8 to
. The numerical analysis was performed iterative calculations to solve governing equations and finds the appropriate value. The experimental data was compared with the numerical data, the results showed good agreement with the numerical data.
A Study on Analysis of Teachers' Recognition on Field Practice and Effectiveness of Creativity and Character Education
Won, Hyo-Heon ; Park, So-Young ; Im, Sung-Min ; Oh, Jung-Sook ; Park, Jong-Un ; Kang, Beo-Deul ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 26, issue 5, 2014, Pages 1096~1107
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2014.26.5.1096
The purpose of this study was to investigate teachers' recognition on field practice and effectiveness of creativity and character education. This study used post tests to examine the effects of teacher training for creativity and character education on 451 teachers. The results were as follows. Firstly, the average in satisfaction of teacher training for creativity and character education was 4.65 for elementary teachers and 4.35 for secondary teachers in summer, and 4.55 for elementary teachers and 4.42 for secondary teachers in winter. Secondly, effectiveness of teacher training on creativity and character education was showed highly as more than 4.0 and was higher in winter than in summer. Thirdly, in the case of field practice and effectiveness of teacher training for creativity and character education, the average of elementary teachers(3,66) was higher in respect of educational environment than that of secondary teachers(3.20) and the averages of elementary teachers and secondary teachers were 3.85 and 3.42 in respect of subject activity, respectively. In practising creativity and character education, it was analyzed that both elementary(ave. 3.89) and secondary(ave. 3.84) teachers went through some difficulties for curriculum reconstruction, development of instructional model, program development, and human and physical supports.
Exploration of the Evaluation Criteria and Index by Applied CIPP Model in Creativity·Character Education
Won, Hyo-Heon ; Jeon, Eun-Sun ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 26, issue 5, 2014, Pages 1108~1118
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2014.26.5.1108
The purpose of this study was to spread the education of human creativity program and its possibility of consistency, and its application to school system by exploring the evaluation system that determines the valuable and useful decisions. This study was based on the evaluation system according to CIPP model regarding the program's general ideas and its role. The interest of the education of human creativity was increasing as well as its progress of program, and we searched 13 figures and 55 evaluation index according to increase the program's effectiveness and nation-wise situation of evaluation model. The conclusion of this study was that the human creativity program's evaluation was composed of six compartments. And the context evaluation was composed of three evaluation models and eleven index, and input evaluation was composed of three evaluation model and 15 index, while process evaluation is composed of three evaluation models and thirteen evaluation index. Lastly, output evaluation had four evaluation model and sixteen index.
A Study on the Relationship between the Parents' Learning Involvement and Children's Intellectual Curiosity and Scientific Creativity of the Gifted Elementary Students of Science and General Students
Oh, Jong-Seok ; Lee, Hyeong-Cheol ; Yoo, Pyoung-Kil ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 26, issue 5, 2014, Pages 1119~1128
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2014.26.5.1119
This study was aimed at analyzing the correlation among each factor after finding out the difference between the gifted elementary students of science and general students with their parents' learning involvement, the children's intellectual curiosity and scientific creativity. The results of the study were as in the followings. Firstly, there was a significant difference in the intellectual curiosity between the gifted students and general students. Secondly, there was a significant difference in the parents' learning involvement perceived by the gifted students and general students. Thirdly, there was a significant difference in scientific curiosity of the gifted students and the general students. Forth, as the results of the correlation analysis among the talented child's father's learning involvement, the child's intellectual curiosity and scientific creativity, there was a positive correlation between the father's pursuit for appropriateness and the talented child's special curiosity, and another positive correlation between the father's encouragement for academic improvement and the child's flexibility and originality.
Analysis on Curriculum of Fisheries Universities for Fishing Vessel Officer
Kim, Hyung-Seok ; Kang, II-Kwon ; Kim, Wook-Sung ; Lee, Yoo-Won ; Kim, Seok-Jae ; Ryu, Kyung-Jin ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 26, issue 5, 2014, Pages 1129~1137
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2014.26.5.1129
This research analyzes whether the curricula of the designated educational institutions which cultivate fishing vessel officers are properly coordinated to fulfill the requirements of an international convention and the designated compulsory courses. It also compares these with the educational curriculum published by the designated educational institutions in 2013 with the STCW-F Convention and IMO Model Course. The outcome of this research shows the curricula operated by the designated institutions fulfills the standard of The Ministry of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries. However, some of them do not meet the requirements of the STCW-F Convention and IMO Model Course. The compulsory coursework for marine technicians comprise 21 to 34 credits, compared to the 64 compulsory credits approved by maritime university. For the last five years (2008-2012), 555 out of 833 graduates have earned marine technician licenses, which accounts for 62% of the total. In preparation for ratifying the STCW-F Convention and in accordance with IMO Model Course and the minimum requirements of STCW-F Convention in the near future, improvements to the curricula are recommended.
Factors Influencing SNS Addiction among University Students
Cho, Gyoo-Yeong ; Kim, Yun-Hee ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 26, issue 5, 2014, Pages 1138~1150
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2014.26.5.1138
The Purpose of this study was conducted to investigate the factors influencing SNS addiction among university students for providing the basic data to develop SNS addiction prevention program. The data were collected from 363 university students in B & K cities from 2 to 19 September, 2013 and analyzed with t-test, ANOVA and multiple regression by using SPSS 21.0 program. The significant factors of SNS addiction were average using time daily in weekend(
, p=.003), SNS using time per connect(
, p=<.001), communication motive(
, p<.001), non-loneliness motive(
, p=.010), social capital(
, p=.001), psychological problems(
, p<.001). And these factors explained 54.2% of the variance in SNS addiction. In conclusion, the results from this study indicated a need to develop the intervention program to prevent SNS addiction for health promotion of university students.
Propensity Analysis for Oral Exam Candidates of Sixth Class Engineer Officer's License using Questionnaire
Park, Tae-Geon ; Lee, Yoo-Won ; Kim, Yong-Bok ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 26, issue 5, 2014, Pages 1151~1157
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2014.26.5.1151
The propensity analysis for oral exam candidates of sixth class engineer officer's license was conducted to serve as a basic data for improving the ability of seamanship and a stable workforce supply using a questionnaire. A general information of them was identified as 62.1% of offshore fishing, 59.3% of over 50, 59.4% of less middle school education, 52.4% of under 100 gross tonnage, 75.2% of under 1,500kW engine output, 72.5% of over 10 years experience, 72.4% of engine department, which means they are from mainly less than 100 gross tonnage of offshore fishing vessel, less educated, and long term experienced in the engine job. The reason why they took the test was mainly due to their will (51.7%). And 45.5% of them took the test for the first time, 45.5% of answers responded they are lack of knowledge about a written exam and text of KIMFT in preparation data for an oral exam 35.9%. Given the fact that 74.5% of respondents experienced marine accidents with engine damage on board, the need for marine casualty reduction education was verified. Even after obtaining a license, they showed a higher preference of boarding that they embarked before the examination. Also, 61.4% of them have a plan for long-term boarding at least three years, thus leading to supply of workforce in coastal and offshore areas.
Propensity Analysis for Oral Exam Candidates of Sixth Class Deck Officer's License using Questionnaire
Kim, Yong-Bok ; Lee, Yoo-Won ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 26, issue 5, 2014, Pages 1158~1164
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2014.26.5.1158
The propensity analysis for oral exam candidates of sixth class deck officer's license was conducted to serve as a basic data for improving the ability of seamanship and a stable workforce supply using a questionnaire. A general information of them was identified as 64.4% of offshore fishing, 56.8% of over 50, 56.6% of less middle school education, 55.6% of under 100 gross tonnage, 81.2% of over 10 years experience, 85.6% of deck department, which means they are from mainly less than 100 gross tonnage of offshore fishing vessel, less educated, and long term experienced in the deck job. The reason why they took the test was mainly due to their will (71.1%). And 52.7% of them took the test for the first time, 52.7% of answers responded they are lack of knowledge about a written exam and text of KIMFT in preparation data for an oral exam 23.3%. Given the fact that 83.3% of respondents experienced marine accidents on board, the need for marine casualty reduction education was verified. Even after obtaining a license, they showed a higher preference of boarding that they embarked before the examination. Also, 61.7% of them have a plan for long-term boarding at least three years, thus leading to supply of workforce in coastal and offshore areas.
The Influence of Self-efficacy on Stability and Organization Culture of Marine Sports Participants
Ji, Sam-Up ; Kim, Tae-Soo ; Lee, Ho ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 26, issue 5, 2014, Pages 1165~1174
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2014.26.5.1165
The research was conducted on 238 marine sports participants by clarifying the relationship among self-efficacy, sociality, and organization culture, to eliminate the organizational(home, school, club, workplace, etc.) culture maladjustment phenomenon which is caused by personal stress, the lack of physical activity, and the lack of sociality due to the rapid change of modern society and enhance sociality, adjustment to society and the lack of creativity due to the rigid hierarchy and contribute to organization culture through marine sports among sports which we enjoy with nature. Firstly, according to general self-efficacy, and social characteristics of the organizational culture and the gender differences in higher than women in all sub-variables of the sub-factors of self-efficacy and self-regulation, sociability, organizational culture, sub-culture and develop cultural factors agreed man showed that in the sub-factors of organization culture showed that the development of high culture and hierarchical culture in the age of 20s. Secondly, in terms of the effect of self-efficacy of marine sports participants on sociality, it is found that self-regulation and level of difficulty positively influence on the culture of agreement, the culture of development and the culture of hierarchy. Lastly, in terms of the effect of self-efficacy of marine sports participants on organizational culture, it is shown that self-regulation has positive influence on the culture of agreement, the culture of development and the culture of hierarchy.
Processing and Characteristics of Canned Salt-Fermented Anchovy Fillet in Olive Oil
Kwon, Soon-Jae ; Lee, Jae-Dong ; Yoon, Moon-Joo ; Jung, Jae-Hun ; Je, Hae-Soo ; Kong, Cheung-Sik ; Kim, Jeong-Gyun ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 26, issue 5, 2014, Pages 1175~1184
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2014.26.5.1175
Fermented anchovy of the favorite sea food in Korea made from anchovy (Engraulis japonica) and salt. The study was undertaken to investigate the effects of different retorting conditions on the quality of canned salt-fermented anchovy fillet. The salt fermented anchovy fillet was prepared by fermenting anchovy(Engraulis japonica) with salt(15%) at
for 15 days and then cold air drying the fermented fillet for 1 hour. The dried fermented anchovy fillet(85g) was filled with olive oil(60g) into can(301-1) and seamed using a vacuum seamer, and then sterilized at Fo 9 and 11 mins in a steam system retort at 12
, respectively. After sterilization with different heating conditions, the pH, VBN, amino-N, color value (L, a, b), texture profile, TBA value, sensory evaluation and viable bacterial count of the canned salt-fermented anchovy fillet were measured. In both sterilized cans, the viable bacterial counts were not detected. There was no remarkable difference in physicochemical and sensory quality between sterilization conditions. The results showed that sterilization of Fo 9 min was more desirable than that of Fo 11 min to prepare canned salt-fermented anchovy fillet.