水産經營論集 Vol 52 No 4 (p.29-43)

식품안전 위해물질의 발생 및 언론보도가 수산물 생산, 유통 및 소비에 미치는 영향

The Effects of Hazardous Substances Generation and Media Reports on the Production, Distribution and Consumption of Aquatic Products
키워드 :
Hazardous Substances,Media Reports,Production,Distribution,Consumption

목차

Abstract
I. 서 론
Ⅱ. 위해물질 발생과 언론보도 현황
   1. 비브리오 발생과 언론보도 현황
   2. 노로바이러스 발생과 언론보도 현황
   3. 방사성 물질 검출과 언론보도 현황
   4. 패류독소 발생과 언론보도 현황
   5. A형간염 발생과 언론보도 현황
Ⅲ. 피해 예상 수산물의 생산, 유통 및 소비 현황
   1. 피해 예상 수산물의 생산 현황
   2. 피해 예상 수산물의 유통가격 현황
   3. 피해 예상 수산물의 소비 현황
Ⅲ. 연구방법
Ⅴ. 연구 결과
   1. 위해물질 발생 건수 및 보도 횟수가 수산물 생산량에 미치는 영향
   2. 위해물질 발생 건수 및 보도 횟수가 수산물 가격에 미치는 영향
   3. 위해물질 발생 건수 및 보도 횟수가 수산물 유통마진에 미치는 영향
   4. 위해물질 관련 언론보도가 수산물 소비에 미치는 영향
Ⅴ. 요약 및 결론
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초록

This study investigated whether there is a correlation between the occurrence of hazardous substances such as vibrio, norovirus, radioactivity, shellfish posion, hepatitis A, etc. and media reports, and whether the occurrence of hazardous substances and media reports affect the production, distribution and consumption of aquatic products. The main research results are as follows. First, it can be seen that there is a difference in the relationship between the occurrence of hazardous substances and media reports according to hazardous substances. Second, it suggests seen that the occurrence of hazardous substances and media reports can have a negative effect on the production and the prices of aquatic products. Third, it was found that the occurrence and reporting of hazardous substances had different effects on the distribution margin of aquatic products due to the complexity and rigidity of the distribution structure. Fourth, consumers feel a threat to aquatic products safety and significantly reduce consumption when hazardous substances occur. There is a possibility that concerns about one item may lead to a decrease in consumption of domestic and imported aquatic products that are not related at all to the occurrence of hazardous substances. In conclusion, aquatic products are exposed to various hazardous substances such as vibrio, norovirus, radioactivity, shellfish posion, and hepatitis A. It was found that the occurrence of hazardous substances and its media reports could cause damage to the fishery sector.