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This section contains a list of Arabic, Malay and Dutch terms that occur in this book titled The Hadhrami Diaspora in Southeast Asia. The book deals with two fundamental interwoven questions: identity maintenance or assimilation? The question of identity maintenance is very debatable in contemporary literature on the Hadhrami diasporas around the Indian Ocean because the Hadhramis themselves have maintained a dual identity based on the relative degree of their assimilation into the host societies, and preservation of some of their cultural values and biological descent.

Keywords: Hadhrami Diaspora; Southeast Asia



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