Interpersonal Communication Pattern of Broken Home’s Teens with their Parents in Surabaya to Minimize Juvenile Delinquency

Nurlita, Ita and Setyarahajoe, Ratna (2014) Interpersonal Communication Pattern of Broken Home’s Teens with their Parents in Surabaya to Minimize Juvenile Delinquency. SAVAP International Research for Peace & Development, 5 (3). pp. 385-391. ISSN 2223-9553

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Interpersonal communication in the family between parents and children is one of the important factors in determining the development of children’s mindset. Parents have a variety of strategies to communicate and educate their children into teenagers to match their expectations. But in reality, not all families can meet the idealized image as a good family. Sometimes conflicts occur between-family components that affect the harmony and comfort in it, it can create the conditions of broken home’s family. According to that phenomenon, researchers want to examine communication patterns within the family, which is the first social environment for children who have developmental attitudes basic behavior through adolescence. The aim of this research is to analyze the interpersonal communication pattern of broken home’s teens with their parents in Surabaya and studied more in-depth opinions on the relationship of juvenile delinquency with interpersonal communication patterns in broken home’s family. Type of this research isbdescriptive. This research utilizes qualitative methodology to analyze data. The results indicate that the interpersonal communication pattern which not through well or ineffective in broken home’s family - impact on juvenile delinquency. The results have shown that 65% teens that do the juvenile delinquency from broken home family. But if it’s applied to democratic interpersonal communication patterndevelopment of teens will be positive or it does can minimize the juvenile delinquency.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: Interpersonal communication, teens, broken home
Divisions: Faculty of Social and Politics > Bachelor of Communicatios Studies
Depositing User: Perpus Ubhara Surabaya
Date Deposited: 23 Oct 2023 01:14
Last Modified: 18 Dec 2023 04:41

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