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HOW FAMILY COMMUNICATION PATTERN AFFECT A FAMILY'S CAPACITY FOR RESILIENCE DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC
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The Covid-19 pandemic that has lasted until now has changed family life. The government also provides regulations to carry out social restrictions by carrying out various activities from home. More interaction during covid actually raises new problems such as increasing family conflicts which reduce family resilience. This study aims to determine the relationship between family communication pattern with family resilience in the covid-19 pandemic. This study uses a correlational quantitative research design. Data were collected using the Revised Family Communication Patterns (RFCP) Scale by Fitzoatrick to determine how parents and childrens communicate and interact within the family and the Walsh Family Resilience Questionnaire (WRFQ) Scale by Walsh to measure the level of family resilience. The participation on this research were one-hundred thirty family components men and women who are married in Jabodetabek. The data analysis used was Spearman correlation. The results showed that there was a significant positive relationship family communication patterns and family resilience (r= 0,574). Significant correlation conversation orientation and family resilience (r=0,706). This study provides an new overview of how important communication is during the family period in dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic.
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. Azzyaty Azra
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