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Volume 33, 2017International Conference on Communication and Media: An International Communication Association Regional Conference (i-COME’16)
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|Published online||02 February 2017|
A changing paradigm of interpersonal communication in divorce family
Faculty of Communication and Business, Communication Department, Telkom University, Telekomunikasi Street Number 1, Bandung-West Java, Indonesia
Indonesia is a country that embraces the Eastern Culture. The Eastern Culture identity attached to each family along with their values and norms. In the modernization era, there is a changing paradigm on looking at the value of family unity. The stigma in divorced families is no longer viewed negatively. It has been considered as nowadays lifestyle. According to statistics data from the Religious Affairs Ministry, the divorce rate in Indonesia is increasing. The results of this study are the changing paradigm of agreeing the parent’s divorced decision to teenagers and the changing social interaction in the family. It has changed the interpersonal communication between the single parents and their young teenagers. The teenagers experience confusion to communicate in the beginning of the divorce with both parents. They traumatized, isolated themselves, and breakout. Effective interpersonal communication just started to shape after the single parents succeeded to adapt to a new social family pattern. Teenagers begin to shape their positive identity after it. While the negative identity is shaped to the teenagers who fail to communicate with their single parents.
© The Authors, published by EDP Sciences, 2017
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