Correlates Of Concept-Oriented And Socio-Oriented Family Communication In Two Malay Communities: A Comparative Study

Ismail, Narimah (1994) Correlates Of Concept-Oriented And Socio-Oriented Family Communication In Two Malay Communities: A Comparative Study. PhD thesis, Universiti Pertanian Malaysia.

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Abstract

Specifically the objectives of the study were to determine ( 1 ) the importance of parent - child communication; ( 2 ) the extent of parent - child communication pertaining to specific topics; ( 3 ) the practice of concept -oriented and sociooriented communication; ( 4 ) the agreement between mothers and children regarding concept - oriented and socio-oriented family communication style; ( 5) the problems related to parent - child communication; and (6 ) the relationships between concept - oriented and socio-oriented communication style with selected variables,including family income,educational level of mothers,family size,mothers' exposure to news and educational programmes on TV,mothers' values of conformity and self- directedness,degree of authoritarianism,information seeking behaviour of mothers,leadership status of mothers,and mothers' knowledge pertaining to parent - child communication.

Item Type:Thesis (PhD)
Subject:Parent and child - Malaysia.
Subject:Communication in families - Malaysia.
Subject:Malays (Asian people) - Family relationships - Malaysia.
Chairman Supervisor:Associate Professor Dr. Mohd. Fadzilah Kamsah
Call Number:FPP/L 1994 12
Faculty or Institute:Faculty of Educational Studies
ID Code:11119
Deposited By: Mohd Nezeri Mohamad
Deposited On:18 Jul 2011 09:07
Last Modified:13 Aug 2012 02:34

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