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The Negotiating Process Of Ponorogo's People Toward Prohibitions In Javanese Marriage Tradition
This article focuses on negotiating processes that are implemented by five Nadhliyyin-Muhammadiyah families in Ponorogo in seeking of solutions for traditional marriage prohibitions. The processes can be divided into three schematic phases. The first, pre-negotiation process, is based on both personal and collegial conviction between two parts, principles of willingness to seek some creative options, and principles to emphasize bridal candidate's importances. The second, negotiation processdoi:10.30631/al-risalah.v17i01.24 fatcat:wrweav43xzeaxigi3v36ktphpi