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Hubungan Komunikasi Keluarga Dalam Menangani Konflik Dalam Kalangan Remaja

Aziyah Abu Bakar, Wan Abd Aziz Wan Mohd Amin, Che Hasniza Che Noh, Mohd Yahya Mohamed Ariffin,

Volume 13, Issue 1
Jurnal Pengajian Media Malaysia
Abstract :

Family communication plays an important role in the efforts to address communication problems between adolescents and their parents. The question is, to what extent can family communication cause a conflict on adolescents in the face of current challenges. What are the conflict strategies used by adolescents when communicating with their parents. This study looks at patterns of family communication and conflict strategies in relation to teenagers The Interactional View Theory is applied to guide this study which uses a quantitative approach using questionnaires given to 360 urban youth in the East Coast of the Peninsular Malaysia. The results indicate that family communication patterns are directed towards high conformity and less conversation. It is also found that most of the adolescents use avoidance and collaborating strategies more than dominating strategy when dealing with conflict with their parents. This study shows that in the delivery of excellent youth, parents and teenagers must create a situation of harmony and hapiness while communicating in order to build good relationships within the family.

Keywords : Family communication pattern, conversation orientation, conformity orientation, avoidance strategy, collaborating strategy, dominating strategy, adolescent
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