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Muhammad Ariff Ahmad. (1996, September). Adat Melayu Singapura [Malay customs in Singapore]. Paper presented at the Seminar Adat Melayu, Malacca, Malaysia. https://hdl.handle.net/10497/20355
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Adat adalah salah satu aspek kebudayaan umum yang dihayati manusia. Ia merupakan peraturan yang diterima sebelum masyarakat mengenali perlembagaan yang bertujuan memelihara kesejahteraan, keamanan dan kehidupan masyarakat. Adat Melayu Singapura berubah-ubah mengikut zaman. Namun banyak pula yang telah disingkatkan dan diubah suai selaras dengan ajaran Islam dan persekitaran Singapura. Penulis juga menyenaraikan beberapa adat yang tidak diamalkan lagi atau yang telah diubah suai.

Custom or tradition is an internalised aspect of human culture. It is accepted mutually as a rule even before constitutional laws are recognised as a form of authority that maintains the wellness, peace and life of the community. Singapore's Malay customs have changed from time to time and many have been scaled down or modified in line with the teachings of Islam and also due to the environmental changes in Singapore. The writer also mentions customs which have ceased or been modified.
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Paper presented at the Seminar Adat Melayu, Muzium Melaka, 8 – 12 September 1996, Melaka, Malaysia.
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