Suci Risalatuz Zuhro


Adults have a lot of experience in life especially in the way of family communication, because they practice what they get so it is necessary andragogi. The aim of this study is to find out what forms of family communication still need to be understood and re-learned by adults. The method used is a systematic literature review taken from journals as literature, followed by searches as library sources in articles through Google Scholar and Research Gate for the period 2018-2023. Based on the results obtained in the study, there are indicators of time management, making time as a quality meeting with the family, and a democratic communication pattern as well as the existence of adults who lack understanding of family communication and are essential for adults to learn in understanding in good time management and make time as quality meeting when family.


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