Preparing a manuscript (Thai and English languages)
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1. The manuscript must be typed using an A4 paper size single spaced, and the top margin must be 1 inch and the left and right margins 1.25 inches. The page number should be located at the top right corner.

2. The font for the title of the manuscript, both Thai and English, is TH SarabunPSK, and the font size is 18 points. The title should be centered.

3. Thai and English abstracts:

           3.1) Thai abstract: The word abstract in Thai “บทคัดย่อ” must be typed using the font and font size of 18-point TH SarabunPSK and centered. The body of the abstract must be typed using the 16-point TH SarabunPSK font with a justified format. The abstract should not exceed 300 words.

           3.2) English abstract: The word ‘Abstract’ must be typed using the font and font size of 18-point TH SarabunPSK and centered. The body of the abstract must be typed using the 16-point TH SarabunPSK font with a justified format. The abstract should not exceed 300 words.

 4. The content of the manuscript

           4.1) The manuscript should not exceed 20 A4 pages, including abstract, body, and references

           4.2) The Thai and English titles of the manuscript must be typed using the font and font size of 18-point TH SarabunPSK in bold.

           4.3) The body of the manuscript must be typed using the font and font size of 18-point TH SarabunPSK and a justified format.

           4.4) Elements of the manuscript

            Research article:

            Thai manuscript: Thai abstract, English abstract, keywords, introduction, purposes of the study, literature review, conceptual framework, methodology, results, discussion, conclusion, suggestions, acknowledgement (if any), and references.

            English manuscript: Thai abstract, English abstract, keywords, introduction, purposes of the study, literature review, conceptual framework, methodology, results, discussion, conclusion, suggestions, acknowledgement (if any), and references.

            Academic article:

            Thai manuscript: Thai abstract, English abstract, introduction, content, conclusion, and references.

            English manuscript: Thai abstract, English abstract, introduction, content, conclusion, and references.

            Book review: Thai manuscript: Introduction, content, and references.

5. The line space is single space.

6. Appendix:

          1) Bibliography: All authors’ information (i.e., Thai and English names and last names, positions, affiliations, e-mail, or telephone numbers) must be provided and numbered. The symbol ‘*’ must be added at the end of the last name in an uppercase format to identify the corresponding author. The bibliography must be typed using a 12-point TH SarabunPSK font for both Thai and English manuscript.

          2) Financial support and other information should be included as part of the acknowledgement.

7. Citations and references should follow the APA (American Psychology Association) style. All citations must be included in the references, which should be organized in an alphabetical order. To make a reference for a documents from a Thai source, the phrase ‘in Thai’ in a parenthesis (i.e., (in Thai)), should be included at the end of each reference.

 

Samples of Citations and References

 In text Citation

          One author: (Duncan, 2010) or Duncan (2010).

          Two authors: Duncan & Brooks-Gunn (2010) or (Duncan & Brooks-Gunn, 2010).

          Three authors: Duncan, Brooks-Gunn & Paul (2010) or (Duncan, Brooks-Gunn & Paul,2010)

          Four authors or more: (Duncan et al,. 2010) or Duncan et al. (2010)  

References

       One author:

       Duncan, G.J. (1997). Consequences of growing up poor.New York: Russell Sage Foundation.

       Two authors:

     Duncan, G.J. & Brooks-Gunn, J. (1997). Consequences of growing up poor. New York: Russell

           Sage Foundation.

     Three authors:

      Duncan, G.J., Brooks-Gunn, J. & Klement, A. (1997). Consequences of growing up poor. New York:                      Russell Sage Foundation.

      Four authors:

      Duncan, G.J. et al. (1997). Consequences of growing up poor. New York: Russell Sage Foundation.

 

Book chapter (more than one authors)

O’Neil, J. M. & Egan, J. (1992). Men’s and women’s gender role journeys: metaphor for healing, transition, and transformation. In B. R. Wainrib (Ed.). Gender issues across the life cycle. (pp.107-123). New York: Springer

 

Journal article

Keller, T.E., Cusick, G.R. & Courthey, M.E. (2007). Approaching the transition to  adulthood: distinctive profiles of adolescents aging out of the child welfare system. Social Services Review, 81(2), 453-484.

 

Internet

Bernstein, M. (2002). 10 tips on writing the living web a list apart: for people who make website, 149.Retrieved May 2, 2006, from/https://www.alistapart.com/articles/writeliving