Guideline to References

Guideline to References
Abstract
Format:
Author.//(Year of publication).//Title of Abstract (abstract).//Journal Title,/Year,/Volume(Number),/Page numbers.
Example:
Osti, L. & Cicero, L.  (2018).   Tourists’ perception of landscape attributes in rural tourism (abstract).  Worldwide Hospitality and Tourism Themes, 2018, 10(2), 211-221.
Books
Format:
Author.//(Year of publication).//Title.//Edition (if any).//Place of publication://Publisher.
Example:
Wallace, M. & Wray, A.  (2016).  Critical Reading and Writing for Postgraduates.  Third edition.  Thousand Oaks, California:  Sage Publications Inc.
Book Articles
Format:
Author.//(Year of publication).//Article title.//Editor(s) (if any).//Title of Book.//Edition (if any).//Place of publication:// Publisher,/Page numbers.
Example:
Hickman, G. R. (2010).  Concepts of  leadership in organizational change.  In Preedy, M., Bennett, N. & Wise, C.  (Eds).  (2012).  Educational Leadership: Context, Strategy and Collaboration.  Thousand Oaks, CA:  SAGE Publications Inc., 67-82.
Conference and Seminar Proceedings
Format:
Author.//(Year of publication).//Article title.//Name of Conference,/Conference date.//Place of  publication (if any)://Publisher (if any).
Example:
Jareonsubphayanont, N.  (2014).  The international student policy in Thailand and its implication on the 2015 ASEAN Economic Community.  Southeast Asian Studies in Asia from Multidisciplinary Perspective International Conference, March 2014, Kunming, China.
Dissertation or Thesis
Format:
Author.//(Year of publication).//Title of Dissertation or Thesis.//Type of Thesis.//Awarding Institution.
Example:
Ua-umakul, A.  (2017).  The Effects of the Counseling-Based Method on Physics Learning Achievements of Upper Secondary School Students:  An Area Focus on Momentum.  A Dissertation for the Degree of Doctor of Education in Educational Studies.  The Graduate School, Rangsit University.

Editorial
Format:
Author.//(Year of publication).//Title of Editorial (editorial).//Journal Title,/Year,/Volume (if any)(Number),/Page numbers.
Example:
Fisher, R. I.  (2003).  Immunotherapy in Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma:  Treatment advances (editorial). Semin Oncol 30, 2003, (2Suppl 4), 1-2.
Journal Articles
Format:
Author.//(Year of publication).//Article title.//Journal Title,/Year,/Volume(Number),/Page numbers.//Doi number (if any).
Example:
Srichandum, S. & Rujirayanyong, T.  (2010).  Production scheduling for dispatching ready mixed concrete trucks using bee colony optimization.  American J. of Engineering and Applied Sciences, 2010, 3(1), 823-830.

Trongratsameethong, A. & Woodtikarn, P.  (2019).  Thai QBE for ad hoc query.  Journal of Technology and Innovation in Tertiary Education, 2019, 2(2), 1-24.  doi 10.14456/jti.2019.7
Letter
Format:
Author.//(Year of publication).//Title of Letter (letter).//Journal Title,/Year,/Volume (if any),/Page numbers.
Example:
Enzensberger, W. & Fisher, P. A.  (1996).  Metronome in Parkinson’s disease (letter).  Lancet, 1996, 347, 1337.
Unpublished/In Press Article
Format:
Author.//(In press year).//Article title.//Journal Title.//(in press).
Example:
Veena, B.  (2004).  Economic pursuits and strategies of survival among Damor of Rajasthan.   J Hum Ecol.  (in press).
Websites
Format:
Author.//(Year of publication).//Title.//(Online).//the full address of the web page,/accessed date.
Example:
Charlotte, B.  (2016).  Quotes about Action Learning.  (Online).  http://www.goodreads.com/quotes/tag/action-learning, January 18, 2017.