This paper explores the research on communication in divorced families with minor children. The primary focus is on the various styles of communication and how communication affects children. After looking at the conversation and conformity family dyads, the dyads will be used in various areas of this paper to highlight the pros and cons of these family types and which aspect of the dyad has a stronger impact on healthy adjustment to the marital status transition. Communication will be broken down further to explore the impact communication with parents has on child adjustment. In addition, communication between the co-parents and the effects the co-parent relationship has on the child will be examined. Furthermore, ways in which technology can help or hinder communication between all family members will be discussed.
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James, Casey L.
"Communication in Divorced Families with Children,"
The Hilltop Review: Vol. 10
, Article 11.
Available at: https://scholarworks.wmich.edu/hilltopreview/vol10/iss2/11