Login or Register to make a submission.

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.

  • This work has never previously been published in whole or in part before, and it is not under consideration for publication in any other journals.
  • If authors withdraw the article in any cases, the authors agree to pay processing fee for the article.
  • Number of pages of the article complies with above restriction.
  • Editors of Suranaree Journal of Social Science have rights to select reviewers for this work.
  • When the article is accepted for publication, authors hereby agree to transfer to Suranaree University of Technology all rights, under existing copyright laws.

Suranaree Journal of Social Science (SJSS) is a biannual official publication of Suranaree University of Technology, aiming to provide a medium for the dissemination of advances and knowledge in social science and humanities.

SJSS is open to all schools of thought and methodological approaches.  The editors welcome articles for publication in future issues of SJSS.  Articles must be original and not currently under review elsewhere.  Submitted articles are subject to a blind, peer review process.  Please adhere to the guidelines below when preparing submission for the journal.

- Academic Article (10-20 pages)    - Research Article (10-25 pages)    - Article Review (10-25 pages)

(All manuscripts will be subject to anonymous peer review.)

Format of submissions

Manuscripts can be in English or Thai.  Thai manuscript must be prepared using Angsana UPC 16 point, and English manuscript must be prepared using Times New Roman 12 point; 1.0 inch margins.  

Title:                      Should be concise and informative.

Authors:               Give the full name of all authors (no title), their affiliations and addresses. Please specify a corresponding author with an asterisk (*).

Abstract:               Not exceeding 300 words. Clearly summarize the important findings of the paper.  It should contain hard facts such as objectives, methods and major results.

                                (Every manuscript must have both Thai and English versions for title, authors and abstract. The English version is written before the Thai version.)

Keywords:             Provide 4-6 keywords which can be used as an index to direct readers to articles.

Figures:                 Figures must be placed near their references. Caption and number of a figure must be located below the figure. Please ensure that your figures are clear when printed with black and white printers.

Tables:                  Tables must be placed near their references. Caption and number of a table must be located above the table.

Acknowledgments (if any):

                               List sources of financial or material support and the names of individuals whose contributions were significant but not deserving of authorship.

References:       List all works cited in the text and only these.  List them in alphabetical order by author name.

In-text Citations Examples:

Robert Poll (2001) points out that the balanced scorecard is a strategic performance management tool.

The balanced scorecard (Poll, 2001) is a strategic performance management tool.

According to Greenspan and Bulger (2001), you must compile PHP with MySQL support.

You may use PHP and the MySQL (Greenspan and Bulger, 2001) to store information on the web.     

Reference Examples:

Journal Articles:

 Poll, R.  (2001). Performance, process and costs: Managing service quality with balanced scorecard. Library Trends 49 (4): 709-717.


Greenspan, J. and Bulger, B.  (2001).  MySQL/PHP database application. New York: M&T Books.


Olsen, G. W. (1985). Campus child care within the public supported post-secondary educational institutions in the state of Wisconsin (dare care) (Doctoral dissertation,

    University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1985). Dissertations Abstracts International, 47/03, 783.

Conference Proceedings

Schnase, J. L., & Cunnius, E. L. (Eds.). (1995). Proceedings from CSCL '95: The First International Conference on Computer Support for Collaborative Learning. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

Electronic Journal Article:

Thomas, B.  (2003). Lifelong learning in libraries with limited resource [On-line]. Available: https://www.ifla.org/IV/ifla69/papers/205e-Thomas.pdf

Manuscript Submissions

Please submit your manuscript file (.doc or .docx format) with the following options.

 Online submission: www.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/sjss/index

  • Send your manuscript to E-mail: sjss@sut.ac.th

The names and email addresses entered in this journal site will be used exclusively for the stated purposes of this journal and will not be made available for any other purpose or to any other party.