Bureaucratic System of Ternate Sultanate 1866-1930

Syahril Muhammad


This study discusses the " Sultanate of Ternate 1866-1930 Bureaucratic System ". It is expected to reveal the traits and characteristics of the traditional bureaucratic and legal rational bureaucracy and the growth of  social mobility in the colonial period . The significance of this study can also be seen from a practical standpoint that is to understand   the meaning of bureaucracy to be applied in the present  time especially in people who are undergoing a change from a traditional society to a modern society . Results showed that ( 1 ) the Dutch presence in Ternate brings implications for changes in social life . At the beginning of Dutch colonial rule in North Maluku , Ternate Sultanate bureaucratic system has ben run on dualities view , which on the one hand the Sultanate of Ternate running legal rational bureaucracy and on the other hand run traditional bureucracy. This occurs because there are some  factors influencing the success of traditional authorities in organizing the Dutch government and ( 2 ) the Dutch colonial bureaucracy gave positive effect on the Sultanate of Ternate in the period 1866-1930 . These changes occurred in line with the policy of the Dutch government opened schools in Ternate . As a result of the accumulation of educated people can give birth to new social groups or modern elite .

Key words: bureuratic system system, social mobility


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