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Title: The Value of Social Conformity as a Mechanism of Sustaining Intangible Cultural Heritage Practices in Adat Berkedim among the Perpatih Community at Mukim Terachi, Kuala Pilah Negeri Sembilan
Authors: S Sukri 
Jabar N.A. 
NF Roslan 
Keywords: Berkedim;intangible cultural heritage;Perpatih;Social Conformity
Issue Date: 2022
Publisher: Pejabat Karang Mengarang UPSI
Conference: Seminar Internasional Literatur Nusantara 
This study highlights the value of social conformity as a mechanism of sustaining intangible cultural heritage practices in adat berkedim among the Perpatih community at Mukim Terachi, Kuala Pilah Negeri Sembilan. The study found that berkedim practices have been in a precarious state due to the current modernisation. Hence, this research seeks to understand the types of berkedim traditions practiced by the Perpatih community and explain elements of social conformity in the berkedim tradition. In this study, qualitative research is used. This method allows the researcher to conduct interviews with potential informants in Mukim Terachi. The researcher interviewed three practitioners of Perpatih custom, together with observational fieldwork. The findings of this research have identified two types of adat berkedim. In addition, elements of social conformity were identified, such as compliance, obedience, protection, association and communication, tolerance, and consensus
ISBN: 978-629-7524-00-9
Appears in Collections:Faculty of Creative Technology & Heritage - Proceedings

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