Stamford Journal 2012 : Stamford Journal
Call For Papers
The Stamford Journal is published bi-annually and committed to expanding research frontiers. The journal encourages submissions of high quality manuscripts with innovative ideas in areas of Business Administration, Liberal Arts, Hospitality and Tourism, and Computer Science and Information Technology. We are also devoted to the conveyance of social responsibility
and awareness to our readers.
Aims and Scope
- To provide a platform for all faculty members, practitioners, students, and academic
from multiple disciplines to share the advancement of knowledge from a wide variety of
disciplinary bases and the pursuit of academic excellence.
- To consider issues associated with Business, Liberal Arts, Hospitality and Tourism, and
Science Technology that lead to their advancement and understanding, including
new approaches to these three fields of study.
- To be international in scope and a leading reference for higher education in Thailand and
Topics may relate, but are not limited, to business management, business communication, communication arts, hospitality and tourism management, and information technology. Researchers should submit a complete paper with a maximum of 12 single-spaced double column pages, including any relevant illustrations. All pages should have a margin of
one-inch on all four sides. Papers are to be numbered starting from page one. The first page should include the paper title and author’s name, a brief abstract and a set of keywords, followed by the body of the paper. The font face of Times New Roman or similar should be used throughout the manuscript. Use the font size 12 for body text and 14 for the title of
The abstract should be concise and not longer than 250 words and followed by a maximum of six keywords. The introduction of the paper must be clearly written and should explain the nature of the problem, previous work, purpose and the contribution of the paper. A conclusion
section must be included and should indicate clearly the advantages, limitations, possible applications, and future work. The full paper would be up to 5,000 words.
References should be numbered in alphabetical order by the first author
and other last name in the case of multiple authors. Citations in the text
should be numbered and enclosed in square brackets, or
(References/Bibliography Harvard Style – author-date style.)
Submissions of papers as attached MS Word documents should be sent via
email to email@example.com