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Malay kinship and marriage in Singapore.

Judith Djamour

Malay kinship and marriage in Singapore.

[Reprinted with corrections.]

by Judith Djamour

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Published by Athlone Press in [London] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Kinship -- Singapore,
  • Malays (Asian people) -- Singapore,
  • Singapore -- Social life and customs

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesMonographs on social anthropology -- no. 21
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsGN635 M4 D5 1965
    The Physical Object
    Pagination153 p.
    Number of Pages153
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14332728M

    Examining the pattern of relationships within the Malay household, and the creative ways in which cultural ideas are adapted to meet new conditions, this study analyzes the ways in which the Malay cultural heritage and economic conditions in contemporary Singapore shape the form of . this book; their data on urban kinship networks cast some doubt on the stereotypical other original papers are Chapter 5 on the Malay family, Chapter 9 on caste and marriage, Chapter 10 by Wong on family planning and Chapter 11 on marriage Djamour, Judith. Malaya Kinship and Marriage in Singapore. London School of Economics and.

    Read "Book Reviews, Bijdragen tot de Land-, Taal- en Volkenkunde" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips. LANGUAGE. The Malays speak Malay, the Malaysian national language. The language belongs to the Malayo-Polynesian language family. Since Malay is Malaysia's national language, it is widely understood by the other ethnic groups, though other languages such as Chinese, Tamil and other Indian languages, and numerous tribal languages are spoken widely too.

    Jan 14,  · Abstract. Daniels examines the diverse discourses about sharia in contemporary Malaysian society. Based upon ethnographic research and analysis of spoken and written discourses, the chapter explores the way secular Malay nationalists, the political Islamic party and Islamic nongovernmental organizations (NGOs), liberal Muslim reformers, and non-Muslim secular forces talk Cited by: 1. Spirits of Resistance and Capitalist Discipline, Second Edition Aihwa Ong Published by State University of New York Press Ong, Aihwa. Spirits of Resistance and Capitalist Discipline, Second Edition: Factory Women in Malaysia. 1 ed. State University of New York Press, Malay Kinship and Marriage in Singapore. London: Athlone healthtechdays.com by: 3.


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The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. Malay Kinship and Marriage in Singapore Judith Djamour Dr. Djamour's widely praised study was based on two Malay kinship and marriage in Singapore. book field work, both within Singapore city and in a Malay fishing village.

Her study unearths the vulnerable state of marriage within the community, attempts to assess its causes and dwells on lessons for the wider community. pages with an index. Weight kg. Post free.

Malay Singaporeans (Malay: Melayu Singapura; Jawi: ملايو سيڠاڤورا ‎) is a local ethnic group in Singapore. The group is defined as Singaporean who is of indigenous Malay ethnicity or whose ancestry originates from the Malay world.

Local Malay Singaporeans constitute 15% of the country's citizens, making them the second largest ethnic group in Singapore. Malay kinship and marriage in Singapore.

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plus-circle Add Review. comment. Reviews There are no reviews yet. Jan 01,  · About Malay Kinship and Marriage in Singapore. Dr Djamour spent two years in Singapore, both in the city and in a Malay fishing village, and her first-hand account draws a lively and sympathetic picture of behaviour within the family and between kinsmen.

After an introductory chapter on the structure of Singapore Malay society in gen- eral, Dr. Djamour treats successively kinship, the household, marriage, the birth, adoption, and socialization of children, and divorce. The variety of forms of adoption and the vital role they play in Malay family organization, not only in supplying chil-Author: Richard E.

Downs. From inside the book. What people form of marriage friends Fukien funeral Giok-leng girls go-between groom guests hand Hokkien household husband immigrant kindred kinship kinsmen lineage living Malay Malaya male Mandarin married married couple Mass Weddings matrilocal modern mother mourners Chinese Family and Marriage in Singapore.

Janet Carsten offers an original and very personal investigation of the nature of kinship in Malaysia, based upon her own experience as a foster daughter in a family on the island of Langkawi.

She shows that Malay kinship is a process, not a state: it is determined partly by birth, but also throughout life by living together and sharing food/5. Marriage can be recognized by a state, an organization, a religious authority, a tribal group, a local community, or peers.

It is often viewed as a contract. When a marriage is performed and carried out by a government institution in accordance with the marriage laws of the jurisdiction, without religious content, it is a civil marriage. Civil. Jul 04,  · An American Anthropologist, Judith Jamour spent two years of field work in the villages and the urban city to publish a book titled “Malay Kinship and Marriage in Singapore.” This short version is based on kinship and social change.

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The book takes its departure from the argument developed in Dr Djamour's earlier work, Malay Kinship and Mamage in Singapore (Athlone Press, ; paperback edition ), and discusses the effect of recent attempts to promote the stability of Muslim marriage.

Malay Kinship and Marriage in Singapore Dr Djamour spent two years in Singapore, both in the city and in a Malay fishing village, and her first-hand account draws a lively and sympathetic picture of behaviour within the family and between healthtechdays.com: Harvey Whitehouse.

Make Offer - Malay Kinship and Marriage in SINGAPORE Djamour SOCIAL ANTHROPOLOGY RARE Tell us what you think - opens in new window or tab Side Refine Panel. Two reports were submitted to the colonial government of Singapore in and were subsequently published as monographs under titles Chinese Family and Marriage in Singapore () and Malay Kinship and Marriage in Singapore ().

Maurice returned from Singapore to take up a lectureship at LSE in January These distinctions are somewhat flexible, however, and those that embrace Islam and follow Malay customs are admitted as potential Malay marriage partners.

Greater flexibility in kinship practices also appears among immigrant groups amid the fresh possibilities created by diasporic life. Singaporean Malay or Malay Singaporean (Malay: Melayu Singapura; Jawi: ملايو سيڠاڤورا) are defined by the Singaporean government and by intellectuals in the country using the broader concept of the Malay race, akin to the Malaysian definition.

[1] Although the Malays have inhabited the area that is now Singapore since as early as the 13th century AD, most of the Malays in. Malay Singaporeans or Singaporean Malays (Malay: Melayu Singapura; Jawi: ملايو سيڠاڤورا ‎), are defined by the Government of Singapore and by intellectuals in the country using the broader concept of the Malay race, including ethnic Malays and related ethnic groups.

Although the Malays are indigenous to the area that is now Singapore, and with established political rule recorded.SG Malays living in poverty? Please state your source and statistic before making such a comment. Are you a Malay? If so, are you are a Singaporean Malay? I have yet to meet a Singaporean Malay who declares himself to be living in poverty.

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