عنوان مقاله [English]
نویسنده [English]چکیده [English]
The family is the first social institution in which family members, especially children, experience the type and quality of interpersonal communication and communication action with their parents. Through the mechanism of interpersonal communication, family members share, consult, make decisions about their needs, wants, emotions, worries and concerns, experiences, thoughts, views and feelings. They support each other emotionally and psychologically and resolve conflicts and tensions.The aim of this study is to analyze the patterns of interpersonal communication between parents and children in the Iranian family. In this regard, qualitative method was used and theoretical sampling, in-depth interviews were conducted with the aim of analyzing the lived experience of 40 male and female students studying in the second secondary school of public high schools in Tehran. The analysis of adolescents' lived experience shows that the main conversations of children and their parents in the family are of the type of "report-based" or informative conversation, about "children's educational activities and school events or daily activities of family members". The Results also shows that three patterns of verbal communication between parents and children, includes; "conversation and participation pattern", "contestation and controversy pattern" and "admonition-oriented and monologue pattern" can be seen in the relationship between parents and children and " admonition-oriented and monologue pattern " is more common in families than " conversation and participation pattern ".