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Marriage Patterns and Social Stratification in Present Hadrami Arab Societies in Central and Eastern Indonesia

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While Hadrami Arabs in Indonesia still maintain some unique Hadrami customs and identify themselves as Hadrami (albeit not exclusively), the degree to which they have become assimilated into the general Muslim population is a question open for debate. Although the findings presented in this article does not provide any evidence for the strength of the present processes of assimilation (or indigenization), it presents some clear recent trends in marriage patterns of relevance to the debate, among Hadramis in some central and eastern Indonesian towns.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Public Health and Primary Health Care, University of Bergen


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