Master of Arts (MA)
Semester of Degree Completion
The family is often seen as the center of instruction for children and the base for learning communication patterns. Aggressive communication is often seen in the family, especially as a parenting method. In this thesis, the current state of available literature on aggressive communication in the family is examined. This includes parenting styles, communication relationships between one parent and one child, and the negative effects verbal aggressive communication has on children. A t-test is used to research the responses of 100 students who have verbally aggressive parents. At 2.59, the t-test supports the hypothesis that parenting communication styles concerning aggressiveness is related to the aggressive communication employed by the child in relations with his or her siblings.
Eustice, Kristi K., "Aggressive Communication, Parental Communication, and Sibling Communication" (2000). Masters Theses. 1644.