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An Analysis of the Current State of Marine Sports through the Analysis of Social Big Data: Use of the Social MaxtixTM Method (소셜 빅 데이터분석을 통한 해양스포츠 현황 분석 : 소셜매트릭스TM 기법의 활용)

  • PARK, Tae-Seung
    • Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education
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    • v.29 no.2
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    • pp.593-606
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    • 2017
  • This study aims to provide preliminary data capable of suggesting directivity of an initiating start by understanding consumer awareness through analysis of SNS social big data on marine sports. This study selected windsurfing, yacht, jet ski, scuba diving and sea fishing as research subjects, and produced following results by setting period of total 1 month from January 22 through February 22, 2017 on the SNS (twitter, blog) through the Social MatrixTM service of Daumsoft Co., Ltd., and analyzing frequency of mention, associated words etc. First, sports that was mentioned the most out of marine sports was yacht, which was 3,273 cases on twitter and 2,199 on blog respectively. Second, the word which was shown the most associated with marine sports was the attribute showing unique characteristic of marine sports, which was 6,261 cases in total.

The Effects of Exercise Adherence due to the Leisure Satisfaction of Marine Sports Participants (해양스포츠참여자의 여가만족이 운동지속에 미치는 영향)

  • Bae, Young-Hoon;Kim, Yong-Jae
    • Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education
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    • v.23 no.3
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    • pp.468-476
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    • 2011
  • This research is to investigate the effects of exercise adherence due to the leisure satisfaction of marine sports participants. In this paper, we will provide a basic database to vitalize marine sports. In order to analyze the result, we conducted a survey targeting 326 participants from 2010 Busan metropolitan city marine sports. The following results are obtained after analyze the data using SPSS/PC+ Win. 15.0 with a correlation analysis and a multiple regression analysis. First, all of the sub-factors from leisure satisfaction and exercise adherence show a positive correlation after analyzing the relationship between the leisure satisfaction and the exercise adherence of marine sports participants. Second, after analyzing the effects of exercise adherence according to the leisure satisfaction of marine sports participants, the result showed that the egoistic satisfaction influences the exercise capacity. Therefore, the data shows that the psychological satisfaction affects exercise environment, exercise companion, exercise habits and exercise attention.

Effect of Sailing School Participants' Motive and Satisfaction on Continuous Participation (요트학교 참여자의 참여동기 및 여가만족도가 운동지속에 미치는 영향)

  • Cho, Sung-Min;Ji, Sam-Up
    • Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education
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    • v.25 no.1
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    • pp.128-138
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    • 2013
  • The purpose of the research is to provide the basic information to broaden a population in marine sports and mark the beginning of the era of the marine sports with a yacht, water ski and a various of marine sports activities by researching the effect of sailing school participants' motive and satisfaction on continuous participation, preparing for the era of a 30,000~40,000 dollars per capita GDP in the near future. To achieve this purpose, through the research from December 2009 to April 2012, the following is concluded. First, in regard to psychological satisfaction and facility satisfaction, all subordinated factors of participating motive affect, health-oriented and social relations in the aspect of social satisfaction, and health-oriented, home entertainment and social relations in the aspect of self satisfaction. Second, sports capability affects health-oriented and pastime entertainment, sports habit and peer affect health-oriented, and sports environment affects home entertainment. Third, sports capability affects psychological satisfaction, sports habit affects psychological satisfaction and facility satisfaction, sports environment affects social satisfaction.

Exploring the value of marine sports as a sport for all (생활체육으로서 해양스포츠의 가치 탐구)

  • Cheung, Young-Kyu;Lee, Hyung-il
    • Journal of the Korea Convergence Society
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    • v.9 no.7
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    • pp.309-315
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    • 2018
  • As the participation in marine sports activities has increased according to the increased national income, changes in lifestyle, etc., this study explored various values and possibilities towards a sport for all, which are inherent in marine sports, through the literature research with respect to leisure activities, sport for all, and marine sports. As a result of study, marine sports include the functional values, such as leisure satisfaction and welfare function, as a tool to improve the quality of life, which the sport for all may have, and not only have a positive impact on individual lives, but further, can also contribute to raising the level of social well-being. Marine sports are directly experienced physical activities utilizing nature and importantly functioning in human beings' understanding nature; especially, it could be found that they have the high emotion-educational value which could make the right personality formed for the adolescents in modern society, whose unrealistic leisure activities account for the most part of their leisure time. These results suggest that marine sports contain sufficient positive values and possibilities as a sport for all, and the value as a sport for all could be realized which marine sports may have through active participation.

Verification on the Relationship of Sport Commitment and re-participation intension in Marine Sports Participant (해양스포츠 동호인의 운동몰입과 재참여의도의 관계 검증)

  • BAE, Sung-Woo
    • Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education
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    • v.28 no.2
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    • pp.603-610
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    • 2016
  • The purpose of this research is to define the relationship of sport commitment and re-participation intension in marine sports participant. For the purposes of this study, yachting, windsurfing, scuba diving, and mariner sports canoe total of 200 targets the participants involved in the survey. The results of exploratory factor analysis and reliability analysis to analyze the construct validity and internal consistency were found to comply with the standard. Therefore, as a result of the correlation and regression analysis to analyze the relationship between the sport commitment and re-participation intension, the correlation between each variable and showed a positive correlation. Also, cognitive behavioral commitment and engagement of the sport commitment of marine sports enthusiasts was found on both the positive effect on the re-participation intension. As a result, the sport commitment turned out to be an important factor immersed in marine sports participation. In addition, it is believed to be on ways to increase positive emotions in empirical terms.

The Study of Effect of Educational Value and Barrier's Factors on Developmental activity of the marine sports in a middle school teachers in Pusan (부산지역 중학교 교사의 교육적 가치와 장애요인이 해양스포츠 계발활동에 미치는 영향에 관한 연구)

  • Ji, Sam-Up;Mun, Sun-Ho;Lee, Jae-Bin;Kim, Nam-Young
    • Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education
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    • v.20 no.2
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    • pp.147-155
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    • 2008
  • The purpose of this study was to identify the causal relationship developmental activity of the marine sports among the educational value and barrier's factors in a middle school teachers in Busan. Responses were collected from 352 questionnaires which participated in the survey chosen by convenient sampling from the middle school teachers who working the area of Busan. A total of 338 responses were used in data analysis; 14 questionnaires were excluded form data analysis because of incomplete or missing data. To conduct this study the multiple regression analysis was used by SPSS 10.0. The result of this study disclosed; first, The factors of educational value such as self-concept development, collaboration, human relationship, and emotional development were statistically causal relationship with the developmental activity of the marine sports. The other factors of creativity, leisure activity, and health were not statistically causal relationship with the development activity of the marine sports. Second, the barrier's factors of facility and weather were statistically causal relationship with the developmental activity of the marine sports. The other barrier's factors of safety accident, program, and participation expense were not statistically causal relationship with the developmental activity of the marine sports.

The Effect of Marine Sports Experiences and Activities on Sociality and Organization Culture (해양스포츠 체험 및 활동이 사회성과 조직문화에 미치는 영향)

  • Jee, Chang-Hoon;Ji, Sam-Up
    • Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education
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    • v.25 no.5
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    • pp.1123-1135
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    • 2013
  • The purpose of this research is to clarify the influence and difference of the marine sports experiences and activities on the sociality and organization culture and to analyze the relationship between sociality and organization culture according to the experience and activities of the marine sports to suggest the basis for the development for those who experience the marine sports experiences and activities in their sociality and organization culture. To achieve this, teenagers and adults living in Busan and Gyeongnam as of March, 2013 are surveyed and 428 questionnaires were analyzed using SPSS/PC Windows Ver18.0. The conclusions of this study are as follows. Firstly, in terms of gender, the men show higher levels in the difference of the sociality and organization culture and in terms of age, the difference is found. Secondly, in terms of sociality according to the marine sports experience and activities, those who experience them show higher levels. Thirdly, in terms of the influence of sociality on organization culture according to the marine sports experience and activities, activities and sociality give positive influence to organization culture in case of experienced people.

The Promotion of Experiential Marine Sports by Developing aPlan for Fishing Village and Port (어촌·어항을 활용한 해양스포츠 체험관광 활성화 방안)

  • JI, Sam-Up;KIM, Yong-Jae;LEE, Jae-Hung
    • Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education
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    • v.17 no.1
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    • pp.86-105
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    • 2005
  • The plan of developing a fishing village and port will be indirectly funded by the government. In the short term, there will be five different multi-functional fishing village models which are based on the first industry to attach to the third industry of marine sports experience tourism. In the long run, they have to be reached gradually. The popular scenic spot of the marine sports experience tourism is made by human resources and fundamental installations considering that it must be done in unpolluted water. It is necessary to separate the fish harbor into two sides. One side is an existing fishing industry. The other side is made up of several pontoons for the marine sports equipment of the marine mooring. It is necessary to build facilities, such as the mooring facility, the storage facility, the repair-check facility, supply-cleaning facility, information booth, accommodations, education facility, and a marine culture exchange facility.

Phenomenological Study of Skin Scuba Participants in Busan Region (부산지역 스킨스쿠버 참여자의 현상학적 연구)

  • JANG, Jae-Yong
    • Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education
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    • v.29 no.1
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    • pp.148-157
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    • 2017
  • This study has studied the phenomenon exclusive to the activity of skin scuba among marine sports in Busan region, and such empirical studies are for the development of skin scuba, and even of the entire marine sports, and in order to achieve such objective, the study method centered around qualitative study method of in-depth interview, participatory observation, and documentation study, the results of which are as follows. First is the advantage of the local environment as an open-water location. This study area has beaches of pebbles, and the underwater is also comprised of pebbles up to a certain distance, securing a superior underwater visibility compared to the sand of other Busan regions, and such local environment is thought to be an advantage of skin scuba activity. Second is the satisfaction of accessibility. This study area had an advantage in participant accessibility, which is thought to act as a good strength for the marine sports development of this area in the future. Third is the satisfaction of education. The club instructors of this study area had various marine sports-related licenses such as skin scuba, along with marine lifeguard trainer qualifications to prepare against safety accidents, which are also thought to have positive influences on the education satisfaction for beginners. Fourth is the inconvenient subsidiary facility. This study area has great natural environment for open waters, but the subsidiary facilities of the club for skin scuba activity was found to be very inconvenient by this study, and for the future development of skin scuba, the improvement of subsidiary facilities should be considered. Fifth is the inconvenient parking facilities. The participants in this study area agreed upon the inconvenience of the parking issue alongside the subsidiary facilities. There are always parking issues near the coasts of Busan region, and in order to resolve such issues, active assistance from the City of Busan and each local government, and if such methods are well proposed, the conflict between the marine sports participants and local residents shall be resolved, it would play a great role in the development of marine sports.

The Influence of Job Satisfaction Factors on Turnover of Marine Sports Employees (해양스포츠 종사자의 직장생활에서의 만족요인이 이직에 미치는 영향)

  • Ji, Sam-Up;Kim, Tae-Soo
    • Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education
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    • v.26 no.4
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    • pp.797-807
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    • 2014
  • The purpose of this research is to clarify the influence of job satisfaction factors on the turnover of marine sports employees and propose the methodical and scientific preliminary data suggesting the development of marine sports and policy direction. To achieve this research was conducted on 247 marine sports workers from February to March, 2013 and the findings are shown below. Firstly, male workers showed higher satisfaction rate in social recognition and salary. Female workers showed higher satisfaction in work conditions. Married workers with related license holders negative in promotion, but workers who are 50 and older with high school diploma showed higher satisfaction. Secondly, group of singles showed higher satisfaction rate in social recognition and peer relationship. People with related majors showed higher satisfaction in suitability, salary, peer relationship and social recognition. Thirdly, those who show higher satisfaction in social recognition, work condition, salary, suitability, and promotion are show a lower likelihood of changing their job.