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HOW MILLENNIAL COUPLES WHO OWN A BUSINESS DEVELOP RESILIENCE IN THE FAMILY: A PHENOMENOLOGICAL STUDY IN INDONESIA

Volume: 135  ,  Issue: 1 , October    Published Date: 22 October 2023
Publisher Name: IJRP
Views: 286  ,  Download: 154 , Pages: 58 - 74    
DOI: 10.47119/IJRP10013511020235588

Authors

# Author Name
1 Alfina
2 Marisya Mahdia Khoirina
3 Hadi Cahyono
4 Aditya Narendra Wardhana
5 Gatot Kustyadji

Abstract

Many indicators have been proposed that can contributed to develop resilience. However, few studies have examined how develop a resilience in the family, especially in millennial couples who own a business. It becomes challenging for a couple to be married and committed to forming a family and then managing the business together. It is not easy to separate the two domains of personal and professional affairs. This research aimed to analyze how to maintain family dynamics such as interaction, behavior, communication, conflict, rules and expectations between family members so that both family and business resilience are maintained using the Family Belief System Resilience Conceptual Map. The research applied a qualitative approach with a 4 respondent from various typical of couplepreneur with a phenomenological approach. The results show all the married couples have in common is how their families perceive that business is a tool to achieve blessings in the religious beliefs they believe in. All couples think that by doing business, the time they have will be more flexible for worship and gathering with family.

Keywords

  • entrepreneurship
  • couplepreneur