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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, RTF, or WordPerfect 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, which is found in About the Journal.
  • If submitting to a peer-reviewed section of the journal, the instructions in Ensuring a Blind Review have been followed.

Preparation of Manuscripts



  1. 1. The manuscript must be an original one, with no prior acceptance for publication in other journals. In case its contents implicating to any organization, written approval must be secured from the said organization.

  2. 2. The manuscript may be written in Thai or English, with 10-15 page long (references included)

  3. 3. The title must be concise and cover the overall theme, and prepared in both Thai and English.

  4. 4. Every author’s information in both Thai and English is needed: (1) name and family name put in the center directly under the title, and (2) E-mail and office name put in the footnote of the first page.

  5. 5. The abstract must contain the main elements of the article, and prepared in both Thai and English with no longer than 10 lines. The Thai article must present the Thai abstract first and followed by the English one, and vice versa for the English article.

  6. 6. Keywords must be provided below the abstract, and not be more than 5 words.

  7. 7. The content must be prepared in the one-column format with the following elements:



  • - Introduction: stating the rationale & problem statements, together with related references

  • - Objectives of Study

  • - Review of related literature

  • - Methodology

  • - Instruments: components and test of validity and/or reliability

  • - Data collection: when, where, and how data were collected

  • - Data analysis

  • - Research findings: may be presented together with, or separate from, the discussion. The findings should be written in a clear and concise format, with necessary tables, graphs, and/or figures included, as well as relevant descriptions provided in Thai or English depending on the manuscript content.  The discussion may present implication of study in relating to the reviewed theories and previous research.  Recommendation for future research must also be provided.

  • - Conclusion: may include clear and concise essential elements, and the discussion part may be presented in this section as well.

  • - Suggestion

  • - References ***see the link below***



  1. 8. The statement of ‘This research was funded by Bangkok University’ must be put at the bottom of the first page in case the author(s) received a research fund from Bangkok

  2. 9. Credits of figures and tables must be properly provided to prevent from patent violation, in which the journal will bear no responsibility. The in-text citations and references must be provided in accordance with the APA style. All citations in the references must be prepared in English, with the Romanic transformation of Thai citations plus translation in English.

  3. 10. The academic terminology must be presented as following:



  • - An English term used commonly in Thai has to be written in accordance with what stated in the latest version of Royal Institute Dictionary with no English word provided in a parenthesis, e.g. อินเทอร์เน็ต, ออนไลน์

  • - An English term not commonly used in Thai must be presented in Thai word followed by the parenthesized English word and/or an abbreviation (if any). Examples include เครื่องรับรู้ชีวภาพ (biosensor) ทฤษฎีพฤติกรรมตามแผน (Theory of Planned Behavior: TPB) การเรียนรู้โดยใช้สมองเป็นฐาน (Brain Based Learning: BBL)

  • - The parenthesized English word should be provided only one time, written in small letter cases except for the abbreviation or technical terms.

  • - An abbreviation must come with its full terminology first. For example, the term “The Theory of Planned Behavior or TPB” must come first so that only “TPB” would be used instead throughout the manuscript.

  • - The manuscript must be prepared in the letter fonts and sizes as specified below.



 
CT = กึ่งกลาง (Centre Text), LJ = ชิดซ้าย (Left Justified),

RJ = ชิดขวา (Right Justified) และ LRL = ชิดซ้ายและขวา (Left & Right Justified)

 

Guidelines citation



Formats of in-text and bibliography citations


Thai-to-English Translation of Bibliography 


 


Effective onwards starting from the January-June (2013) edition of Executive Journal (Volume 35, Issue 1)



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