DEVELOPING A TECHNO-FAMILY THROUGH VIRTUAL-REALITY BENTHIX GAME

Indra Gamayanto, Sasono wibowo

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Abstract

The development of information technology cannot separate from the family. It produces three classifications of the family: socio-family; media-family and techno-family. The problems that exist in techno-family: the pattern of parent education to the child, how parents oversee the use of social media owned by children, and how gaming can use as an educational pattern in improving family relationships. Furthermore, this journal uses the Johari window method, which is one method that can classify families into four family types. Thus, a formula for the techno-family is created: F = L.K2 and developed into seven stages and seven essential elements that can be applied to the family, to find out how mature the family is in educating especially in the field of technology information-social media-game, called the 7 stages of techno-family (the maturity level of family-technology). Knowing the weaknesses and strengths of a family is at the core of building and producing high-quality human resources that have the power of character that can provide positive benefits and contribution to the family life itself, society and the world. Techno-family is one of the solutions to change the culture and future inside the family.

Keywords: Family-technology, techno-family, Johari window, maturity level (7 stages), Culture-Social Science 


Keywords


Family-technology; techno-family; Johari window; maturity level (7 stages); Culture-Social Science

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.17509/e.v1i2.23687

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