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Volume 27, Issue 6 - Dec 2015
Volume 27, Issue 5 - Oct 2015
Volume 27, Issue 4 - Aug 2015
Volume 27, Issue 3 - Jun 2015
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A Seasonal Characteristic of Marine Environment and Fish Assemblage in the Coastal waters Jeju Island, Korea from 2012 to 2013
Ko, Jun-Cheol ; Kim, Bo-Yeon ; Kim, Maeng-Jin ; Park, Sung-Eun ; Kim, Jong-Bin ; Cho, Hyung-Kee ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 27, issue 2, 2015, Pages 319~344
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2015.27.2.319
A seasonal characteristic of marine environment and fish assemblages in the coastal waters of Jeju Island were determined using samples collected by a trammel net in from 2012 to 2013. Annual mean temperature and salinity were
, 33.7psu (2012) and
, 33.8psu (2013) which shows stable water mass. nutrient concentrations represent that dissolved inorganic nitrogen (DIN) ranged from 0.030 to 0.217mg/L, dissolved inorganic phosphorus (DIP) from 0.002 to 0.010mg/L, and silicate (
) from 0.096 to 0.292mg/L. Chlorophyll a concentrations of phytoplankton ranged from 0.905 to
were appeared the highest in summer and the lowest in winter. Suspended Solid(SS) concentrations ranged from 1.200 to 2.100mg/L (mean, 1.634mg/L) were appeared the highest in autumn and the lowest in spring. During the survey period, a total of 83 species (48 families and 12 orders) of fishes were identified, Perciformes and Scorpaeniformes accounted for 63.9% of the total number. The number of species was higher in summer than in winter, showing a peak in summer at 57 species and a low in winter at 47 species. The number of individuals and the biomass peaked in summer at 694 individuals and 151.9kg, and were the lowest in autumn at 466 individuals and 106.5kg. The diversity index, evenness index and richness index were appeared 2.92~3.14, 0.75~0.83 and 7.06~8.56 at each stations. the dominance index were appeared highest in spring and summer, were appeared the lowest in winter and autumn. The Filefish (Stephanolepis cirrhifer), Bluestriped angelfish (Chaetodontoplus septentrionalis), Marbled rockfish (Sebastiscus marmoratus), Rabbit fish (Siganus fuscescens), Blackfin sweeper (Pempheris japonica) were dominant species, which occurred abundantly during the entire survey period. The subtropical fishes were identified total of 41 species (49.4%) and the number of species was higher in summer at 29 (50.9%) species and a low in winter at 20 (42.6%) species. The dominant species of subtropical fishes were appeared Bluestriped angelfish, Blackfin sweeper, Rabbit fish, Scarbreast tuskfish (Choerodon azurio), Ballonfish (Diodon holocanthus), Flagfish (Goniistius zonatus), Blue-spotted boxfish (Ostracion immaculatus) in study sites. The subtropical fishes of species, individual and biomass showed significant correlation with environmental factors (Chlorophyll a, DIN, DIP,
) in almost all sampling sites.
The Difference in School life Satisfaction by Middle School Soccer Club Participation
Park, Bong-Mo ; Kim, Du-Gyu ; Heo, Gyun ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 27, issue 2, 2015, Pages 345~352
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2015.27.2.345
The purpose of this study was to identify the difference of school life satisfaction of middle school students according to soccer school sports club participation from a practical view. The results were follows; According to the results of analysis of the school life satisfaction between participating in soccer school sports club students and non participating student, significant differences(p<.001) were found in general school life, fellowship, teachers, learning, school rules and school events. As the results of analysis of the school life satisfaction according to the participating period, no significant differences were shown in general school life, fellowship, teachers, learning, school rules and school events. As the results of analysis of the school life satisfaction according to the participating motivation, no significant differences were found in general school life, fellowship, learning, school rules and school events, but significant difference(p<.05) was found in teachers. As the result of analysis of the school life satisfaction according to the engagement time, no significant differences were shown in general school life, teachers, learning, school rules and school events, but significant difference(p<.001) was found in fellowship.
Influence of Elementary School Student's Perceived Father's Trait on Self-Regulating Skills and Peer Relationship Skills
Park, Mi-Soon ; Kim, Hyun-Sook ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 27, issue 2, 2015, Pages 353~362
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2015.27.2.353
The purpose of this study is to examine the influence of elementary school student's perceived father's trait on self-regulating skills and peer relationship skills as well as the influence of father's trait according to gender of children on self-regulation skills and peer relationship skills. The summary of main results of this is as follows: It can be seen that by diminishing time-bomb and fatherless and enhancing compassionate mentor among sub-factors of father's trait as perceived by children, self-regulation skills and peer relationship skills of children could be improved. And it was understood that in the influence of father's trait as perceived by children on self-regulation skills and peer relationship skills, there is a need to consider gender difference of male and female children.
Sex Ratio of Olive Flounder, Paralichthys olivaceus Populations Collected from Stocked Areas in Southwestern Sea of Korea
Jeong, Dal-Sang ; Min, Byung-Hwa ; Ha, Dong-Soo ; Kim, Chul-Won ; Kang, Chang-Soo ; Myeong, Jeong-In ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 27, issue 2, 2015, Pages 363~370
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2015.27.2.363
Olive flounder, Paralichthys olivaceus is one of the most target fish for aquaculture and national stock enhancement program in Korea. In order to find more information about hatchery fish stocking for stock enhancement we investigated the sex ratio of wild-caught fish populations which were artificially released into wild seas. The recapture rate was 9.0% to 94.5% in studied areas. The proportion of sex ratio ranged from 7.8% to 64.6% in female and from 34.4% to 92.1% in male respectively. This result suggests that the sex ratio of wild populations might be effected by the released fish. So we need more careful stocking program of the fish to preserve the balance of the sex ratio in the wild population.
The Effects of the Noble Eight Fold Path Oriented Meditation Activity on Young Children's Morality and Sociability
Jeong, Seo-Mok ; Gwak, Tae-Eun ; Kim, Jong-Un ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 27, issue 2, 2015, Pages 371~389
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2015.27.2.371
The purpose of this study is to investigate how the noble eight fold oriented meditation activities(NEFOM) interacts with young children's development of morality and sociability. This research has 56 participants aged 5 with a control group of 28 young children and another group with 28 kids. The instrument is a meditation program consisted with 10 training sessions; the noble eight fold was intensively applied and encouraged the participants to think of the behaviors that are desired in this theoretical framework. For the purpose, the research questions are as follows: First, are there effects of NEFOM on the morality of preschoolers. Second, are there effects of NEFOM on the sociality of preschooler. Main findings of this study can be summarized as follows: First, NEFOM can improve preschoolers' morality in a sense of making a decision based upon its right and wrong in intentions, rather than immediate gain and loss as a consequence of their actions. Second, NEFOM can facilitate sociability by providing some opportunities to feel joy, happiness, tranquility, and hopeful emotions, instead of negative feelings of depression, stress, and aggressiveness. Furthermore, it can suggest concrete behavioral directions for them. To summarize, the meditation activities designed by the eight principles of the noble eight fold have strong educational potential to facilitate seeking the foundations of mindsets and thus have positive impacts on young children's morality and sociability by encouraging them to think through the principles and concrete directions for the behaviors.
Effects of Dietary Inclusion of Distillers Dried Grain as a Partial Replacement for Fish Meal on Growth Performance of Juvenile Rockfish Sebastes schlegeli
Bae, Ki-Min ; Lee, Sang-Min ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 27, issue 2, 2015, Pages 390~398
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2015.27.2.390
A feeding experiment was conducted to determine the use of distillers dried grain (DDG) as a partial replacement for fish meal in the diet for juvenile rockfish, Sebastes schlegeli. Four iso-nitrogenous (50% crude protein) and iso-caloric (4.3 kcal/g) diets (designated as DDG0, DDG7, DDG14, and DDG21) were formulated to contain 0, 7, 14, and 21% DDG. Triplicate groups of juvenile rockfish (initial body weight,
) were fed one of the experimental diets to visual satiety twice a day (09:00 and 17:00) for 8 weeks. At the end of the feeding trial, survival of rockfish was above 97% and not affected by dietary DDG levels (P>0.05). Weight gain, feed efficiency and daily feed intake of juvenile rockfish were significantly decreased with increase of dietary DDG levels (P<0.05). Condition factor, hepatosomatic index and visceralsomatic index of juvenile rockfish were not significantly affected by dietary DDG levels (P>0.05). No significant differences were observed in the contents of moisture, crude protein, crude lipid and ash of the whole body and dorsal muscle in juvenile rockfish fed the experimental diets (P>0.05). Therefore dietary inclusion of DDG as a replacement for fish meal could depress the growth of juvenile rockfish.
Discriminant Analysis of the WSSECT on Early Childhood Teachers' Happiness and Job Satisfaction
Lee, Kyeong-Hwa ; Lim, Jung-Su ; Jung, Hye-Young ; Sim, Eun-Joo ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 27, issue 2, 2015, Pages 399~413
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2015.27.2.399
This study was to validate the WSSECT (Workplace Spirituality Scale for Early Childhood Teacher) using discriminant analysis on early childhood teachers' happiness and job satisfaction. The data from 504 teachers working at kindergartens and daycare centers were analyzed statistically through t-test and discriminant analysis. The results indicated that 1) the higher group in workplace spirituality significantly gets more scores of happiness and job satisfaction than the lower group, 2) 4 factors of the WSSECT have discriminant power on early childhood teachers' happiness, and 3) 2 factors ('meaning for life' and 'calling for ECE teacher job') of the WSSECT are effective to discriminate early childhood teachers' job satisfaction. Further statistical works are supplementary needed to validate the WSSECT and to increase its'feasibility.
Influence of Spirulina Level in Diet on Skin Color of Red- and White-colored Fancy Carp Cyprinus carpio var. koi
Kim, Yi-Oh ; Lee, Sang-Min ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 27, issue 2, 2015, Pages 414~421
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2015.27.2.414
This study was conducted to investigate the effects of Spirulina level in the diet on growth and skin color of red- and white-colored fancy carp Cyprinus carpio var. koi at different feeding periods. Five experimental diets (designated as Con, S5, S9, S13 and S17) were prepared to contain 0, 5, 9, 13 and 17% Spirulina. Each experimental diet was fed to two replicate groups of fish (6.6 g/fish) to visual satiation three times a day for 12 weeks. Weight gain and feed efficiency of fish were not affected by dietary Spirulina level. The values of redness (
), lightness (
) and yellowness (
) of the fish skin were influenced by dietary Spirulina level at different feeding period. The
value of skin in the fish fed S9, S13 and S17 diets tended to decrease with feeding period. The skin
value of the fish increased significantly with feeding period and dietary Spirulina level. The skin
value of the fish fed the diets containing 5-17% Spirulina was higher than that of fish fed control diet at 6 and 12 weeks of feeding. The skin
value and total carotenoids of the fish fed the S17 diet was the highest among groups. Based on the results of this study, it can be concluded that dietary inclusion of Spirulina powder could increase the skin redness of red- and white-colored fancy carp.
A Study on the Improvement of Trolling Equipment for Spanish Mackerel and Yellow Tail in the Coast of Jeju island
Park, Young-Seok ; Kim, Byung-Yeob ; Lee, Chang-Heon ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 27, issue 2, 2015, Pages 422~429
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2015.27.2.422
The purpose of this study is the improvement of the existing trolling hauler, which has only one wheel to wind a main line, for saving man power around the coast of Jeju island. The trolling hauler manufactured for a test performance consisted of the wheel part of a main line and the roller part of a leader line including labor-saving devices comprised of a friction clutch, a fastener and springs. Even though this existing electric hauler system is convenient to control the wheel speed and the winding direction, it is apt to cost high and to corrode quickly at sea. Therefore, to remove these negative elements and to operate rollers for hoisting a leader line of the trolling, hydraulic motors were used separately. As a result, according to using of labor-saving devices, the towing tension occurred in operating in fishing ground could be selected moderately without breaking of lines and the operating efficiency of the trolling hauler was verified.
Analysis of Metacognition Interaction based on Robot lesson
Kim, Gyung-Hyun ; Lee, Ju-Hyuk ; Kim, Du-Gyu ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 27, issue 2, 2015, Pages 430~440
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2015.27.2.430
The purpose of this study was to analyze student's metacognition interaction based on a robot lesson. For this research as an analytical metacognition interaction tool was utilized. The results of this study revealed that, first, elementary school students had more metacognition interaction in middle learning levels but middle school students had more in the low learning level. Second, in the low learning level, middle school students revised the initiated goal strategy of the robot lesson. Third, in all learning levels, students showed much diagnosis and assesment metacognition interaction in the robot lesson. According to this study's results, the robot lesson has a positive effect in facilitating diagnosis meta cognition for processing of task performance. These results could provide effective cues and information on how to improve the robot lesson.
A Basic Study on the Satisfaction of On-board Training for Cadets in Shipping Company
Sin, Ho-Sig ; Im, Myeong-Hwan ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 27, issue 2, 2015, Pages 441~451
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2015.27.2.441
The one-year onboard training, which has been implemented since 1988 according to the STCW Convention in 1978, is a crucial part of cadets' training and education. The choice of training shipping company is important that like a internship. This basic study is for the satisfaction at the shipping companies that trains cadets the Mokpo National Maritime University. The satisfaction for onboard training consists of a conscious, educational and environmental parts with six demographic characteristics and carried out the questionnaire survey of 206 cadets in shipping companies. The low parts of satisfaction are implemented cross tabulation analysis and in-depth interview for realize the reason. In this paper, the satisfaction from environmental part(
) is high but conscious part(
) and educational part(
) are low. In demographic characteristics, male in gender, apprentice officer in duty, others in kind of crew, container in kind of vessel and 30,000~100,000 tons in size of vessel are high satisfaction in general. Specifically, feeding service(
) in environment, influence on future vision(
) in consciousness, goal for training(
) in education showed the highest level in satisfaction.
A Study for Competency Enhancing of Creative Enterprise based on Textile Materials
Yoon, Hae-Gyung ; Choi, Seung-Bae ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 27, issue 2, 2015, Pages 452~466
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2015.27.2.452
The study analyzed the result of a survey on educational programs after the provision of professional development education in textile-based industries, with the aim of suggesting a method of evaluating professional development education, by shedding new light on the educational contents and environment required by industries and on the components required to strengthen competence based on an evaluation of the outcomes of such educational programs. Methods of analysis included frequency & average analysis, ANOVA and portfolio analysis, and a questionnaire containing seven questions on satisfaction with 'educational contents,' six questions on satisfaction with 'educational environment,' three questions on educational effect and questions on overall satisfaction with education was used as an analysis tool. Data used in the analysis was obtained through a survey of the attendants of lectures given from January 2014 to September 2014, and the respondents included 30 persons enrolled in CEO courses, 167 persons enrolled in employment courses and 101 persons enrolled in employment & start-up business courses. The results of the research are as follows. 1. Looking at frequency distribution by educational course, it was shown, from highest to lowest, to be Incumbent Courses (167 persons, 56%), Employment & Start-up Courses (101 persons, 33.9%) and CEO Courses (30 persons, 10.1%). Looking at average analysis by question, the value of most questions on Employment & Start-up Courses turned out to be lower than Employment Courses and CEO Courses. 2. Through a variance analysis on questions related to educational courses (Employment & Start-up Course, Incumbent Course & CEO Course) and post-verification, it turned out that Employment Course is in the same group as the CEO Course in most questions, and that Employment & Start-up Course was a separate group. 3. Overall satisfaction with education turned out to be as high, at 4.1 out of 5. 4. Through a portfolio analysis on educational courses, it was found that 'Overall Satisfaction with Educational Contents,' 'Usefulness of Educational Contents,' 'Overall Satisfaction with Educational Environment' and 'Quality and Ability of Instructors' were included in areas of recommendation.
Effect of Enzymatic Hydrolysate of Laver Pyropia on the Dough and Bread Making Properties of Wheat Flour
Ryu, Chung-Hee ; Koo, Jae-Geun ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 27, issue 2, 2015, Pages 467~475
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2015.27.2.467
The effects of replacement of wheat flour with laver, Pyropia yezoensis, on the bread making properties and quality characteristics of bread were evaluated. The poor baking performance which arose from dried laver addition could be compensated by using exogenous enzymes (Flavouzyme) and baking aids. Laver hydrolysate was prepared by hydrolyzing laver using Flavouzyme for 9 hrs at
. Doughs made by addition of laver hydrolysate (8% dried laver substitution level) showed excellent baking properties. Moreover, with the addition of glucose oxidase and hydro colloidal HPMC, loaf volume and crumb grain were improved for doughs containing laver hydrolysate. Both of intermediate fermentation and final proof time for doughs containing laver hydrolysate was shorter than that for conventional dough.
A Comparative Study on Creativity·Personality in Creativity·Personality Model Schools and Public schools
Jang, Ju-Sic ; Yoo, Pyung-Kil ; Kang, Beodeul ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 27, issue 2, 2015, Pages 476~487
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2015.27.2.476
The purpose of this study was to analyze students' creative personality within creativity personality model schools and public schools in order to investigate effects on of the management of Creativity Personality Model School. The objects of this study were different 4~6th grade classes in two Elementary schools located in Gyeongsangnam-do G city. The experimental group was composed of 301 students Y Elementary school and the comparative group was composed of 231 students G Elementary school. Before carrying out the study, both groups took the preliminary examination about their creative personality. After three months, the experiment group and the comparison group took the post examination to compare and analyze the results. The results of this study were as follows: It was observed that the management of Creativity Personality Model School would have meaningful effects to improve the creative personality of students. A important factor was that operated a variety program of creative personality, such as 'Rainbow School' and 'Rainbow Experiential learning'. Through this study, it seemed to conclude that the management of Creativity Personality Model School was more effective on improving students' creative personality.
An Analysis of Curriculum of Vocational Hish Schools - Focused on Electron-Related Departments of Daegu and Gyungsangbuk-do
Park, So-Young ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 27, issue 2, 2015, Pages 488~504
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2015.27.2.488
The purposes of this research are to analyze and compare curriculum of vocational high schools. In order to complete the purposes, the method of curriculum document analysis was used. Analysis subjects are Meister high schools, Technical high schools and Electronic high schools operating electron-related departments in Daegu and Gyungsangbuk-do. The conclusions of this research are as follows: Firstly, the educational goals of the vocational high schools were largely to educate professional men. The educational goals of vocational high school need to be improved in terms of high school's general educational goals and character education. Secondly, curriculum of vocational high schools consists of general subjects and specialized subjects and the rates of them vary according to region and school type. Thirdly, there were various general subjects by region and school type. Each school needs to organize the subjects to suit the progress of their students and graduates. Finally, there is a need to review the scope and sequence of specialized subjects.
A Study on Parental Science Attitude and Trust Perceived by Gifted and General Students, and Science Self-Efficacy
Kim, Hye-Min ; Yoo, Pyung-Kil ; Kang, Beodeul ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 27, issue 2, 2015, Pages 505~515
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2015.27.2.505
This study aimed at identifying the differences between gifted students and general students in parental attitude toward science and trust perceived by them and their science self-efficacy. To achieve this purpose, a quantitative research was carried out for elementary gifted and general students. The results were as follows. Firstly, Gifted students recognized more positively their parents' attitude toward science than general students, and both of groups perceived more positively their mothers' than fathers'. Secondly, Parents' trust by gifted students was perceived more positively than by general students, but showed no difference between fathers and mothers. Thirdly, The average of science self-efficacy for gifted students was statistically meaningfully higher than for general students.
Environmental Impact Evaluation of the Waste Cooking Oil Recycling Products
Kim, Tae-Suk ; Kim, Dong-Gyue ; Chung, Yong-Hyun ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 27, issue 2, 2015, Pages 516~525
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2015.27.2.516
In this study, Life Cycle Assessment(LCA) was applied to the production processes of waste cooking oil recycling products. Recycling products as defined in the Law of Saving of Resources and Recycling Promotion are biodiesel and soap. Weighting result of biodiesel production process showed that the most significant impact potential was abiotic resource depletion(84.17%) followed by global warming(13.93%). In the case of the soap, the most significant impact potential was also abiotic resource depletion(58.59%) followed by global warming(33.71%). In terms of the whole system of the biodiesel production process, methanol showed the largest environmental impact potential(87.35%). While in the case of the soap, sodium chloride showed the largest environmental impact potential(99.99%). This study suggests that there should be improvement of the methanol recovery system in the biodiesel production process and also appropriate use of the major environmental impact materials in both processes.
Effects of Low Salinity acclimation on Oxygen Consumption in Giant Grouper, Epinephelus lanceolatus
Kim, Moon-Jin ; Lim, Han-Kyu ; Jeong, Min-Hwan ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 27, issue 2, 2015, Pages 526~536
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2015.27.2.526
Changes of oxygen consumption in juvenile giant grouper, Epinephelus lanceolatus were investigated in order to find out the physiological responses associated with freshwater and low salinities acclimation. Salinity changes in this experiment were set as follows; 35 psu (Exp. I) as control, decrease in the manners of
psu (Exp. II),
psu (Exp. III) and
psu (Exp. IV). The average oxygen consumption at
in Exp. I (control) was
. In Exp. II, according to the changes of
psu in freshwater acclimation, fish showed the gradual decrease in oxygen consumption as
, respectively. The fish in Exp. III also revealed the same tendency as
, respectively. In Exp. IV, fish showed the decreased oxygen consumption from
of 35 psu to
of 0 psu. Giant grouper is thought to be a diurnal fish species, because the level of oxygen consumption during light period was higher than that during dark period.
The Effects of Creatine Oral Delivery on the Muscular Activity and Blood Lactate Density of Rowing Athletes
Heo, Bo-Seob ; Ji, Jim-Gu ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 27, issue 2, 2015, Pages 537~545
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2015.27.2.537
The purpose of this study is to investigate how effects creatine dosage has on the improvement of rowing athletes' performance ability. Rowing athletes were administered with creatine, through which to examine the change of athletic performance ability, blood fatigue substances, and muscular activity. The subjects (participants) of this Study consisted of 12 male rowing athletes at P University, with at least 5 years of rowing experiences, which divided into two groups - creatine dosing group of 6 persons and control group of 6 persons - for random sampling measurement. Enzymatic-colorimetric method using lacrate oxidase and 4-aminoantipyrine was performed for blood lactate level analysis, and wireless EMG system (QEMG-4: Lxtha Korea) for muscular activity analysis, with 4 channels set for data analysis. As body parts to be measured, two muscular parts - latissimus dorsi and lumbar spinel - were chosen. Then, on the 5th day from the date of administering them with creatine (that is, 4 days after dosing them with creatine), rowing movement with the highest level of activity was calculated as peak value, which was measured twice. The test data used for this Study were SPSS/PC 18.0, pre-movement and post-movement two-way ANOVA for repeated measurement for comparative analysis of each muscle, with significant level at .05. As a result, the change of blood lactate level was significantly higher in creatine dosing group than in non-dosing group (p<.05). As for the change of muscular activity, both latissimus dorsi and lumbar spinel showed a significantly higher change of muscle in creatine dosing group than in non-dosing group (p<.05 and p<.05, respectively).
An Analysis of the Coastal Fisherman's Awareness for the Fisheries and Maritime Job Skills
Lee, Sang-Cheol ; Won, Hyo-Heon ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 27, issue 2, 2015, Pages 546~555
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2015.27.2.546
The aims of this study were to analyze the coastal Fisherman's awareness for the Fisheries and Maritime Job Skills. Fisheries & Maritime key competencies were defined as the abilities that include the essential knowledge, skills, attitude, and experiences required for the workforce on the fisheries and maritime job condition. This research collected preliminary data from 65 coastal fishermen. Data were analyzed to obtain content validity analysis. The results of the study were as follows; First, Fisheries & Maritime key competencies were divided into 6 elements in coastal fisheries. Second, Fisheries & Maritime key competencies were consisted of basic skills, marine vocational ethics, marine information capacity, marine elementary knowledge, marine safety management skill and marine consciousness. Third, CVR proves that the value analyzed in the study was validation. In consequence, the study suggested that Fisheries & Maritime key competencies were different in accordance with work environment.
Recognize Survey for Founding of the Department of Marine Leisure Industry in Fisheries High School
Park, Jong-Un ; Kim, Yeung-Hoon ; Kang, Beodeul ; Won, Hyo-Heon ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 27, issue 2, 2015, Pages 556~565
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2015.27.2.556
The purpose of this study is to research on founding of the department of marine leisure industry in fisheries high school. Research methods were used a survey district, students and teachers in fisheries high school and industry human are 353 people in the target. The results of this research are as follows. First, the ratio in favor of making the marine leisure industrial department had more than 81%. The second, teachers and industry people selected core factors include oceanography, water leisure, leisure diving, commercial diving, lifeguard, rafting. Finally, subject for the department of marine leisure industry in fisheries high school are fisheries shipping industry basis, understanding of the ocean, marine leisure tourism, underwater technology, navigation, seamanship, maritime laws regulations, heat engines and aquatic organism.
Directions for Eco-friendly Utilization and Industrialization of Fishery By-products
Kim, Dae-Young ; Lee, Jung-Sam ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 27, issue 2, 2015, Pages 566~575
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2015.27.2.566
The study aims to identify the generation and treatment of fishery by-products in Korea and suggests future directions and strategies for their eco-friendly utilization and industrialization. First, the study focuses on the identification of the generation and their treatment in Korea since merely few study were conducted and they did not provide enough information regarding the overall generation and treatment at the national level. According to the estimation, Korea generates 800 thousand to 1,200 thousand tones of fishery by-product every year. The fishery by-products generated at large seafood markets and processing facilities are used or processed as fish meal and feed, but those generated from households and small seafood restaurants are currently treated as food waste. In addition, inadequately treated fishery by-products cause various problems such as spoiling urban landscape, creating odor and incubating pest. After identifying the generation and treatment of fishery by-products, the study suggests directions for the formulation of infrastructure for transition into resource circulation society, minimization of dumped waste and their eco-friendly recycling as resources, diversification of recycled goods and development into a high-value added industry. Finally, the study suggests detailed strategies for the directions such as establishment of legal and institutional foundation, separation of fishery by-products from wastes, development of technology tailored for commercialization, introduction of pilot projects for industrialization and cultivation of social enterprises.
The Effect of Elementary Students' Usage of Smartphone, Computer and TV on Academic Attitude
Park, Suk-Kyue ; Lee, Eun-Young ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 27, issue 2, 2015, Pages 576~588
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2015.27.2.576
This study analyzed the influences of elementary students' usage of smartphone, computer and TV on academic attitude. Of the subjects residing in the U city to target of 10 elementary schools from the fourth grade to sixth grade, 865 students were sampled. This research made a frequency analysis and reliability analysis of the obtained date using SPSS 21.0 program were used. Research results are as follows. First, in the smartphone, computer and TV usage status of elementary school, smartphone, computer and TV were used the high frequency with which almost every commonly used, was found to be necessary to take advantage of the time to less than one hour a day, mostly alone, it has been found that a lot of online games, videos and SNS. Second, the use of smartphone, computer and TV were showed a significant effect on all sub-variables of open, self-concept, initiative, responsibility, learning enthusiasm, future orientation, creativity, self-assessment.
An Analysis of Difference between Importance and Satisfaction of Destination Attractiveness for Marine Sport Event using IPA Method
Mun, Sun-Ho ; Kwon, Il-Kwon ; Kim, Nam-Young ; Hwang, Ji-Min ;
Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education, volume 27, issue 2, 2015, Pages 589~600
DOI : 10.13000/JFMSE.2015.27.2.589
The purpose of this study was to verify the analysis of differences between importance and satisfaction of destination attractiveness for the national marine sports games using IPA method. By doing so, this study aimed to utilize the result of study for a practical marketing strategy in operating and establishing Korean marine sports market circumstances. The participants of this study consisted of 328 who were participated in marine sport event (yacht, fin-swimming, canoe, triathlon and so on) of 9th national marine sports games. Samples were extracted by convenient sampling method. A total 328 questionnaires were collected in this study except data which did not respond or trustless responded. In data processing, Cronbach's
, frequency analysis, paired t-test and Importance-Performance Analysis were performed through SPSS 20.0. The results were as follows. First, I quadrant included Programs Multiplicity, Pamphlet, Stand preparations, Food Cleanliness, Effective Progress, Guide Know-How, Food taste. Third, II quadrant included Pre-Publicity, Internet Information, Proper Food Price, Shade Facilities, Convenient Parking, Restroom Cleanliness, Number of Restroom, Safety Facilities. Fourth, III quadrant included Entertaining Program, Number of Guide, Local Culture, Game Progress, Directional Sign. Fifth, IV quadrant included Performance Program, Well-Matched Event, View Distance, Various Food.