Family Communication Experience Dynamics Of Stay-At-Home Dad In Subang Regency

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Nur’aeni, Jenny Ratna Suminar, Yustikasari, Rohanda


This research aims to find out the dynamics of family communication experiences, family fathers manage communication to support family families. The main research question is the family father describes his role as a husband and father to his children, describes the husband as a family father, and describes his communication with his wife and children. What are the goals of strengthening the couple to organize their marriage and the changes in the family father's family communication experience. The method used in this research is qualitative phenomenological research. The research subject is the father. Informants were selected using random sampling method. The results showed that the father of the family described himself as the father of the family, namely his wife's best friend. The father of the family describes himself as the father of the family, taking care of children and doing housework including collecting and taking the wife to work as a refresher by the husband helping his wife. The father of the family describes his own role as a husband and father. As a husband, he described himself as a man who is unable to provide for his wife financially, helping with household chores, as a partner, a wise advisor to his wife and future husband.encouraging/encouraging his wife. The family father describes himself as a father, that is, a parent who is unable to support his child financially, a role model or role model for his child and as an inspiration in raising his child. Religious and family motivations. Family communication conditions of the father's family experience and communication management to maintain the family, including communication with his wife and children. Communication that occurs when the wife works so that the child remains comfortable in his father's care.

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