تصویربرداری از بخش شیلات کشور ترکیه: آنالیز Swot
|کد مقاله||سال انتشار||مقاله انگلیسی||ترجمه فارسی|
|5451||2012||10 صفحه PDF||18 صفحه WORD|
Publisher : Elsevier - Science Direct (الزویر - ساینس دایرکت)
Journal : Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, Volume 58, 12 October 2012, Pages 1515–1524
جدول 1. شیلات جهانی و محصولات پرورش ماهی
2. مرور مقاله
2.1 نمای کلی از کشور ترکیه
2.2 محصولات شیلات
2.3 تجارت خارجی
3. روش ها
3.1. هدف تحقیق
3.2 جمع آوری داده و نمونه
3.3آنالیز و نتایج
جدول 2 شاغلان بخش شیلات
نتایج آنالیز SWOT و پیشنهادات
4. نتیجه گیری
Turkey, with its advantageous geographical position, surrounded by the large water bodies and inland waters has a great potential to enlarge its share in the fishery market in the world. According to statistics, Turkey ranked as 29th country contributing to world fish supply, but the future projections of the fishery sector indicate that the sector will maintain its promising development in the future. For that reason, strategic thinking and management is needed to develop for Turkish fishery sector in the future. To explore the strengths and weaknesses, and threats and opportunities of the fishery sector we made a SWOT analysis by organizing a workshop with the fishery companies in Muğla province to see the practitioners’ views to their business. On the other side, interviews were made with the academicians studying in this field. Through primary and secondary data we prepared a swot analysis with a systematic approach to scrutinize the sector. Based on the results, the main strengths and opportunities of the sector are rich product variety, closeness to fishing grounds and good infrastructure, positive image of Turkish products in the Middle East and Europe, increasing fishing demand in the world, potential to enter close markets, especially to neighbour countries, diversification opportunities for aquaculture; leisure and tourism, potential to develop a greater range of products. On the weaknesses and threats side marketing problems, low educational level of farmers and workers, financial difficulties, environmental pollution, decreasing fish populations, high energy costs are determined by the practitioners and the academicians.
The fishery sector plays a key role in food security and economy for both producers and consumers who have the opportunity to have high-quality animal protein with affordable prices.According to the State of Fisheries and Aquaculture 2010 report prepared by FAO, annual per capita fish consumption in the world has a rising trend over years, an average of 9.9 kg in the 1960s, 11.5 kg in the 1970s,12.6 kg in the 1980s, 14.4 kg in the 1990s and reached 17. 0 kg in 2007. For the period of 2008-09, the average world apparent per capita fish consumption was stable, at about 17 kg/year, and slightly increased in 2010 due to growing demand. Fish prices also have been on the rise in domestic markets as well as in export markets. The FAO Fish Price Index indicates that current fish prices, on average, are higher than ever, in particular for farmedfish (OECD/FAO, 2011).
نتیجه گیری انگلیسی
Forty-seven thousand people constitute the human resource of fishery sector. Although the sector faces with serious problems; the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs, farmers, workers, nongovernmental organizations such as chambers of commerce, development agencies, universities and the other foundations are decided to solve all the problems. It is observed that there is a good relationship between fishery sector and nongovernmental organizations.