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The Journal of Anthropology is an academic journal by Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Anthropology Centre (Public Organization) (SAC) that was introduced in 2017, in accordance with the “Strategic Development for National Anthropological Research”. In the past, there were not many journals that published anthropological research. To publish an journal of Anthropology will be a crucial procedure for publishing anthropological knowledge from various research to the public and could also be used for research for other anthropologists. The publishing of the Journal of Anthropology is bi-yearly. The first edition will be published during January – June and the second edition during July – December. The journal will be available nationwide and is also available via online subscription. And will also accept hard copies and digital copies of anthropological articles.
(First Edition, January – June)
(Second Edition, July – December)
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