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Journal of the Korean Academy of Family Medicine 1991;12(10):13-21.
Published online October 1, 1991.
A study of the relatioship between parent-adolescent communication and family function.
Yeon Soo Lee, Seog Jun Jang, Hee Jung Choi, Mi Kyung Oh, Hong Soo Lee, Hye Ree Lee, Bang Bu Youn
부모 - 청소년 대화정도와 가족기능과의 관련성 연구
이연수, 장석준, 최희정, 오미경, 이홍수, 이혜리, 윤방부
연세대학교의과대학 가정의학교실
Communication is generally accpeted as one of the most crucial facets of interpersonal relationships.
Olson, Russell, and Sprenckle has developed a theoretical model of marital and family systems known as the Circumplex model.
They hypothesized that effective communication facilitates movement to and maintenance of systems at the desired(balanced) level on the two collected from 116 families(a couple and an adolescent) through the questionnaire method based on FACESⅢ, Parent-Adolescent communication scale, and Sociodemographic sheet.
In this study, the correlation between Parent-Adolescent communication and sociodemographic factors was evaluated.
The higher Father-Adolescent communication level was related to the higher educational and economic status. The Mother-Adolescent communication level was not related to any sociodemographic factor.
It was evident that the families with high reported cohesiveness and balanced families had the most positive communication patterns.


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