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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 Microsoft Word file format.
  • Where available, URLs for the references have been provided.
  • The text is single-spaced; uses TH-Sarabun 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.

It is a must when you register yourself as an author and submit your manuscript that you fully complete your personal/academic information (e.g., your name, your co-authors' names, affiliations, and email addresses)  in both Thai and English. 

Manuscript Preparation Guidelines 

1. Manutsat Paritat: Journal of Humanities accept unpublished manuscripts in the forms of academic/research articles; book reviews; review articles in the following area: languages, literature, linguistics, psychology, philosophy, religion, library science, and information science both in Thai and in other foreign languages. 

  • Academic/research/review articles must not exceed 25 pages (A-4 sized paper)
  • Book reviews must remain between 3 and 5 pages in length (A-4 sized paper)
  • The font must be ‘TH Sarabun’. Use single space.

2. Your manuscripts must contain abstracts and provide key words both in original languages of the manuscripts and in English. An abstract of a manuscript must not exceed 250 words with the maximum of 5 key words listed. Your manuscripts must be submitted in WORD format.

3. Figures, illustrations, and other electronic artwork in your manuscripts must be in the highest possible quality (i.e. JPEG) of reproduction in both the online and printed-friendly version. Original sources of figures, illustrations, and other electronic artwork used in your manuscripts must be properly cited or credited.

4. References in your manuscripts must be based on reference/style sheet of Manutsat Paritat: Journal of Humanities or in APA style--7th Edition. MPJH Template in English

5. Submissions of your manuscripts must be completed through ThaiJO only. You need to register and log on to the ThaiJO 2.0 system.

6. Publication of your manuscripts is based on double blind peer review policy with at least 3 expert readers and the approvals of the editorial board members.


Peer Review Process

Step 1: Pre-Screening and Plagiarism Check

The editorial management team will check a received manuscript to see if it fits the journal's scope and strictly follows the author's guidelines and stylesheet. Submissions that do not fit these parameters will be rejected. Articles that have already been published in full or in part on other publications or websites will not be taken into consideration. If the received manuscript fits the journal's scope and strictly follows the author's guidelines and stylesheet, its originality will be checked. Plagiarism includes self-plagiarism as well. The manuscript's suitability for the journal, originality, and interest level will be further sent to peer reviewers. Otherwise, the manuscript will be rejected without further evaluation.

Step 2: Peer Review

Manutsat Paritat: Journal of Humanities uses a double-blind peer review process. Both reviewers and authors maintain their anonymity. At least three professionals in the subject areas pertinent to the manuscript's content will assess each submission.

Step 3: Invitation to Reviewers

The editorial management team sends invitations to appropriate reviewers who weigh the offers against their own qualifications, potential conflicts of interest, and availability.

Step 4: Reviews are Conducted

If accepted, the reviewers will have no more than 30 days to review the manuscripts. The reviews are then submitted to the Journal, with a recommendation to (1) accept, (2) reject, or for (3) major revision before they are reconsidered. If the manuscripts are considered to be sent back for (3), the reviewers should expect to receive new versions, unless they have opted out of further participation. However, if the reviewers only request minor changes, follow-up reviews might be done by the editorial management team.

Step 5: Journal Evaluates the Reviews

The editorial management team takes all returned reviews into consideration. If there is a considerable difference in the reviews, the editorial management team may invite an additional reviewer so as to obtain an extra opinion before reaching a decision.

Step 6: Acceptance/Rejection Decision

The average rating given by peer reviewers is used to determine whether to accept a manuscript. Any pertinent reviewer comments are included in the decision email that the editorial management team provides to the author. The manuscript sent for revision will need to be revised based on the reviewers' remarks or recommendations before being resubmitted to the Journal. Revisions that do not follow the author's guidelines as well as the Journal’s stylesheet and comments from reviewers without an adequate/acceptable rationale may be rejected. If the revised manuscripts are accepted, they will be forwarded to production and eventually published.