Distance People: Communication of Skipped- Generation Household

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กาญจนา เทียนลาย วรรณี หุตะแพทย์

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This study explored the relationships among family members of skippedgeneration households, presenting views of elderly parents ( Grandparents) in a skippedgeneration household on how they communicate and maintain the relationship with their migrant children. There are likely to be more distance of relationship. This study is part of the research project "Migration and Skipped-Generation Households in Thailand" which is a qualitative study. This study found that there are two channels to get in touch: 1) getting back home, 2) mobile phone communication. There is no correspondence through the writing of letters which used to be a popular communication channel before the development of communication, as in the present.

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เทียนลายก., & หุตะแพทย์ว. (2019). Distance People: Communication of Skipped- Generation Household. Journal of Social Development, 21(1), 59-76. Retrieved from https://www.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jsd/article/view/187772
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