Chinese Journal of Social Science and Management
Chinese Journal of Social Science and Management has been published on a continuous basis since B.E. 2560 (A.D. 2017). It has been certified by the Thai Journal Citation Index Centre (TCI) as being in the Second Group of Journals in Humanities and Social Sciences. To publish and disseminate academic articles in humanities and social sciences including those in the fields of business administration, management science, liberal arts, education, communication arts, and other related fields for academics, researchers, instructors, students, and the general public.
Vol. 5 No. 1 (2021): Vol. 5 No. 1 (2021): January - June 2021
Although the COVID-19 vaccination is being implemented in many countries, most of them have still not opened as usual, while face-to-face communication continues to be temporarily replaced by online. Working from home, online study, and online seminars have become the norm at the moment. After a year of online operations, the CJSSM editorial team has gained more experience in dealing with communications and collaboration. Online submissions, revisions, reviews, and editing have become more widely adopted. Our editorial team and peers are continuously striving to ensure that CJSSM maintains its standards and normal operations, especially the editing is carried out in a rigorous manner.
In the 9th issue of CJSSM, we have accepted ten manuscripts from academics and researchers from international and local institutions, including Panyapiwat Institute of Management, Baise University, Beijing Normal University, Shanghai Quanping Electronic Technology Co., Ltd., Prince of Songkla University, and Huachiew Chalermprakiet University. These studies comprise topics; such as, the power/knowledge integration process of open collective painting teams; the guiding power of internet public opinion crisis management—taking Daqing Oilfield news as an example; ownership concentration, innovation investment and firm performance—the evidence from Chinese manufacturing listed companies; the in fluence of enterprise culture on employee performance—taking loyalty as the mediating variable; the influence of abusive supervision on manager’s own anxiety based on the mediating role of job demands and regulatory role of emotional intelligence; exploration on the relationship between innovation capability, innovation input and corporate performance: a sample of pharmaceutical manufacturing; a comparative study of commonly used modal particles in Chinese and Thai language; the application of artificial intelligence technology in international Chinese language teaching; linguistic bias based on sociolinguistics by R. A. Hudson; and evaluation of service quality of university dormitory for Chinese student in Thailand using IPA tool.
As well as being available on the TCI’s and Panyapiwat Institute of Management’s platforms, those who are interested in reading our articles may also access the materials on the CNKI platform. This would certainly be a help to readers, especially in China. We believe that by providing access through another well-known platform like CNKI, the journal can increase its exposure and increase opportunities for future academic collaboration.