1. The article should not exceed 8 pages of A4 paper (including Thai and English abstracts and references)
2. Margins setting should be 1.25 inches (3.17 cm) round.
3. Using Angsana New font as specified below;
3.1 Thai Title, size 20 in bold and set center. English Title, capitalize, size 20 in bold and set
3.2 Authors name in Thai and English with academic positions (if any), size 16 in bold and set
3.3 Footnote, size 14 in normal and set left-aligned which includes;
- (for students) type of research, name of the university, academic year, status of the person (both the student and the faculty supervisor) e.g. * LL.M. thesis, Department of Public Law, Sripratum University Chonburi Campus, Academic Year 2013.
** Students of LL.M., Graduate School, Sripratum University Chonburi Campus
*** Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, Graduate School, Sripratum University Chonburi Campus
- (for researchers) a description of the work (if any) the status of such institutions e.g.
* Research funded by Sripratum University Chonburi Campus, Academic Year 2013.
** Associate Professor, Department of Public Law, Sripratum University Chonburi Campus
3.4 Title size 18 in bold and set left-aligned.
3.5 Details /body size 16 in normal.
4. Table, set the alignment of the table near the position referred to in the article. Type the name and number of tables in order and put the additional description below.
5. The main components of the topics include;
- Title (in Thai and English)
- Author (in Thai and English)
- Abstract (in Thai and English) with at least two keywords.
- Concepts and Theories
- Research Objectives
- Research Conductive
- Research Result
6. Referring to the body of the research should be in Author-date in-text citation as the following example;
(Charas Suwanwaela, 2010, Page 20)
7. Reference citation compiles a list of all documents that the author has referenced in writing which has been sorted alphabetically by authors under the bibliography.
For Academic Research Thai Language or REFERENCE for Academic Research English Language use the model reference series of APA (American Psychological Association) as an example of bibliography writing.
Charas Suwanwaela (2010). The Blind Spot on the Road to Good Governance: The Role of the Board Public Organization (2nd Edition).
Bangkok: Chulalongkorn University.
Boonserm Booncharoenphon. (2010). GDP: What terrible word? (online). Access available at
articles/showarticle.asp?id=630 [2010, 9th October].
Fisk, Peter. (2010). Translated from Customer Genius (Wattana Manawiboon, translator). Bangkok.
Wongduan Panuwattanakoon and Surapong Yimlamai. (2010). Identities of the Thai Chinese Descent in Hat Yai city.
Liberal Arts, Songklanakarin University Hat Yai Campus, 2 (1), page 26-41.
Davis, Beverly M. (2004). The impact of leadership on employee motivation (Online). Available:
http://www.lib.umi.com/digital dissertations/gateway/full citation & abstract/AAT MQ89924
[2005, May 27].
Morgan, Nigel, Pritchard, Annette, & Pride, Roger. (2010). Destination branding: Creating the unique
destination proposition. London: Elsevier.
Robinson, Peter (Ed.). (2009). Operations management in the travel industry. Cambridge, MA: CAB