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Submission Preparation Checklist

As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.
  • The submission has not been previously published, nor is it being considered for publication by another journal.
  • The article should be in Thai or English . The length should be approximately 15-20, A4 size pages, with 2 cm. margins on 54 qrwach side, in TH Sarabun New16 font, with the topic headings in bold type. Please register and submit your manuscript through Thai Editorial System (ThaiES) at in both Microsoft Word and PDF document file formats.

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  • The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines
  • Any paper and abstract written by a non-native speaker of English must be checked by a native speaker for its grammaticality before submission.
  • Given that the Journal of Thai Studies does not collect any fee for submission of articles, if an author withdraws an article after it has gone through the review process, such author will not be permitted to submit any subsequent articles for a period of two years from the date of withdrawl without the express permission of the Journal editor.
  • Please submit your submission form when you submit your new article.
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Author Guidelines

1. The article must be a subject in the humanities and social sciences regarding Tai-Thai studies to foster new knowledge and enhance the wisdom of Tai-Thai people for the general public.

2. The article should be in Thai or English, approximately 15-20 pages in length, A4 size paper,  TH Sarabun New16 font, and submitted in electronic data files.  

3. Thai Studies Journal accepts articles at any time throughout the year.

4. Each article must include a title, the full name and a brief biography of the author, along with educational qualifications, position and workplace, both in Thai and English.

5. The article must have an abstract in both Thai and English, along with 3-5 keywords in both Thai and English.

6. If the article contains tables or charts, a separate file of the table or chart should be attached, as well as included within the article.

7. If the article contains non-Thai text or special symbols, information about the special characters or symbols should be provided with submission of the article.

8. Attribution should be provided for any photos included in the article. If the researcher took the image themself, the day, month and year when the image was taken should be provided.

9. Citations should use the author-date system and be listed in alphabetical order at the end of the article following the APA citation system. The citations in the article and the reference list at the end of the article should be made in both Thai and a separate list in English. The authors can study the format of the reference list in the manual for preparing articles for publication in the Journal of Thai Studies.

10. Every article will be assessed for its quality, both in terms of content and relevance to the purpose of the Journal of Thai Studies, by at least three experts in the field related to the article using a double-blind review system.

11. Process and timeline of review and publishing in the Journal of Thai Studies via ThaiJo. (Click)

12. Guidelines for preparing articles for publication in the Journal of Thai Studies (Click)


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