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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 before another journal for consideration (or an explanation has been provided in Comments to the Editor).
  • The submission file is in OpenOffice, Microsoft Word, or RTF document file format.
  • Where available, URLs for the references have been provided.
  • The text is single-spaced; uses a 12-point font; employs italics, rather than underlining (except with URL addresses); and all illustrations, figures, and tables are placed within the text at the appropriate points, rather than at the end.
  • The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines.

Article Submission Criteria

To be published in the Rattanabut Journal (RATANABUTH JOURNAL)

This document Prepared as a manual for writing academic manuscripts for those who wish to submit articles for publication in the Rattanabut Journal. It determines both the format and the guidelines for publishing the article. This will be used in the preparation of the journal in book form. Therefore, in order to control the quality and to ensure the accuracy and speed of the document preparation, the article submitter should strictly print the article according to the format and guidelines. The details are as follows.

Basic information of the journal

1.1 Objectives to disseminate research articles and academic articles for researchers, academics, faculty members and students in the fields of religion, philosophy, law, political science, public administration, linguistics, applied studies. including other interdisciplinary

1.2 Types of works published Contains articles in both Thai and English in the form of a research article academic articles Book reviews and review articles and the use of Thai language to adhere to the principles of the Royal Institute

1.3 Content scope includes arts, culture, humanities and social sciences.

1.4 is scheduled to be published 3 times a year (January-April, May-August and July-December) of every year.

Article Moderation Policy

2.1 Articles published Must have never been published anywhere before. and must not be in the process of publishing in journals or any other publications

2.2 Articles published It must be an article demonstrating academic quality. and useful in theory or practice which has been reviewed and approved by at least 2 peer reviewers who are experts in that field per article and who are continually researching results

2.3 The editorial board may submit the evaluation results of qualified authors for the authors to edit, add or reprint the manuscript, as the case may be.

2.4 The editorial office reserves the right to edit the format of the articles submitted for publication.

2.5 Acceptance of the publication is the editor's right. And the editorial team is not responsible for the content. or the accuracy of every published story

Preparation of article (Research Article),  (Academic Article)

Format of writing research papers (Full Paper)

3.1 Preparation of manuscripts The details are as follows.

1) Size of the original Print a single page on A4 size short-form paper (8¼ 11¾ inches = 21 29.7 cm), with 2.5 cm spacing between the top and bottom margins, right and left.

2) Position of tab stop The default setting is 1.25 cm and it is set in increments of 0.5 cm.

3.2 Font style and placement Use the font TH Sarabun PSK typed with Microsoft Word. The spacing between the lines is a single line (Single Space) using the size, type of font. including the positioning as follows:

Title 1) Title (Thai language), size 16, bold type, position in the middle of the page.

2) Title (English), size 16, bold type, center of page

3) Author's name, spaced 1 line, size 12, plain font type. Right-aligned position under the title.

4) Name of advisor/co-researcher, size 12, plain font type. Justify the right edge of the paper. following the name of the first author/researcher, respectively.

5) Big headings in the article, size 16, bold font. Position on the left edge of the paper Before the next heading, leave 1 line and arrange the paragraph in Thai style.

6) Subheadings, tab-stop secret spacing, size 16, bold font.

7) Reference list (See the example of writing a reference list.)

8) Footer, printed in 1-column format, consisting of

​Course students... Field of study.. Educational institutions... Size 12 normal font types Position on the left edge of the paper

​Academic position permanent/special Educational institutions Position on the left edge of the paper

3.3 Number of pages The manuscript should be at least 8 pages but not more than 15 pages.

Sorting original content

Thai content with English words should be translated into Thai as much as possible (In the case of English vocabulary is a specific word that cannot be translated or translated and does not have a clear meaning, can be transliterated) and should be used in a language that is easy for the reader to understand and clear. If using abbreviations, full words must be written first. Content must be arranged as follows:

4.1 Research articles

1) Title should be short and concise. The length should not exceed 100 characters. The title must be in both Thai and English. by bringing the Thai title first

2) Author's name in Thai and indicate academic position (if any).

3) Abstract: Written in both Thai and English (ABSTRACT) Write a summary of the main points of the story. Easy to read and understand, the length should not be more than 300 words or 15 lines by bringing the Thai abstract first. The English Abstract (ABSTRACT) which is translated from Thai Abstract into English must have the same content. use straight letters Italics is used only for scientific terms.

4) Keywords written in both Thai and English. Should  be have 3-5 words, the English keyword must be the same as the Thai key word.

5) Introduction This is a part of the content that tells the background and reasons leading to research studies and should refer to other related researches.

6) Objectives: Use to clarify points