Authors Guidelines

          The manuscript submitted to the Journal of Social Science and Buddhistic Anthropology should be in the fields of Buddhism, educational administration, community development, social development, political science, public administration, linguistics, and applied studies. including other interdisciplinary papers. The article must not have previously been published or be under review by peers for publication in another journal. The author must strictly follow the guidelines for submitting academic articles or research articles for publication in the Journal of Social Science and Buddhistic Anthropology, including the citation system, which must also follow the criteria of the journal.

          However, the author must not report information that is inaccurate, whether by creating falsification or forgery, misrepresentation, including embellishment, or choosing to display specific information consistent with conclusions as well as views and opinions appearing in the manuscript in the Journal of Social Science and Buddhistic Anthropology. It is the responsibility of the author and does not constitute the views and responsibilities of the editorial staff of the journal. The author also must take research ethics into account. Do not plagiarize others' works as your own. The journal has determined the repetition of the work with the CopyCat program on the Thaijo’s website to be no more than 25%, which is effective from June 2019 onward.

          The journal will charge a fee of 8,000 baht (eight thousand baht) per article. The author must register in the system and pay the fee. This fee will be used internally by the journal and will only be refunded if the editor refuses to publish. If the manuscript is sent to the reviewer, the journal will not refund the fee.


Manuscript submission into the Thaijo system for publication

          The manuscript can be made online through the website of the Journal of Social Science and Buddhistic Anthropology at when successfully sent to the system, additional information can be sent to email:

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Submission Preparation

1. Manuscripts submitted must be 8–12 pages of A4 or B5 paper (excluding references), printed on a page. Use the font THSarabunPSK (click to see examples), set the page with a 1-inch left margin, a 1-inch margin on the right margin, 1-inch spacing between lines, and space between each paragraph. The presentation of images and tables must be presented with clarity, with numbered images below. Table 1 or Table 1 and Figure 1 or Figure 1 are printed in bold. The presented image must contain complete and understandable information without having to go back and read the text again. Specify the order of every image in accordance with the content contained in the original manuscript. The description must be concise and consistent with the image presented.

2. The title must be written in both Thai and English in the middle of the first page.

3. The author’s name, in both Thai and English, along with the name of an affiliation or organization

4. Abstract in Thai, 300 words per abstract.

5. Keywords should be 3-5 words in both Thai and English.

6. Topic arrangements, print the main topic on the left edge. Sub-topics must be spaced 3-5 characters away from the main topic, and sub-topics must be the same size and matched. When writing the main topic, leave 1 line blank.

7. Use of numbers, abbreviations Arabic numbers should be used throughout. Use international abbreviations only (specify the full word the first time). Parentheses for English terms should be used as follows: student-centered learning).


Research article template guidelines:

1. The abstract presents the objectives of the research, the research methodology, and the research results in a precise and concise manner.

2. The introduction should specify the background and significance of the research problem and the objectives of the research.

3. Research methodology should specify research design, sample acquisition, and sample size determination. research tools, data collection methods, and data analysis.

4. Research results clearly present the results found according to the research objectives, sequentially. It should be presented in table or chart form.

5. Discussion should be presented in an essay, pointing out the connection between the research results and the conceptual framework and previous research. It should not be discussed individually but should point out the association between all variables studied.

6. The new body of knowledge (if any) (originality and body of knowledge) should specify the body of knowledge as a result of research, synthesized in the form of a model with a concise description of the model or structure that is easy to understand.

7. Conclusion/Recommendation indicates important conclusions and suggestions for applying the research results. and issues for further research.

8. References must be a list of references that appear in the article alone.


Academic article template guidelines:

1. Abstract

2. Introduction

3. Content presents the essence that needs to be presented in order

4. Conclusion

5. Reference

          Reference style guide and citation system with examples (click to see an example)

          Article publication style in the Journal of Social Science and Buddhistic Anthropology

          Manuscripts submitted for publication in the journal must be in the format of *.docx documents created with Microsoft Word 2010 or higher. If the manuscript contains images, tables, or equations, it must be submitted separately from the document file. in image file format (*.pdf*.jpeg*.gif*.bmp). Manuscript length must not exceed 12 pages (excluding references). The editorial team will consider the manuscript by initially screening the accuracy of the general format. If it is not considered, it will be sent back to the author for correction. If accepted, it will be considered by reviewers. When the review results are accepted, rejected, or there are corrections, the editor will notify the author and consider the article for publication, taking into account diversity and suitability.

Editor's right

          In the case of editorial team or expert who was invited to be a qualified person, reviewer suggested for the revision. The editorial team will return it to the author to revise the manuscript based on the reviewers’ comments or suggestions and will take the advice of the experts and reviewers as the main criterion. It also reserves the right to consider not publishing a research report, academic article, or research article that does not meet the guidelines of the journal or does not pass the review of the editorial board or experts. After the publication, the author will receive a link to the journal where the article was published, along with an acceptance letter for publication in the Journal of Social Science and Buddhistic Anthropology.