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ผศ.ดร. ศิวัช ศรีโภคางกุล

ผศ.ดร. ศิวัช ศรีโภคางกุล

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Title Author Year SCOPUS PUBMED ISI TCI
1. A proposal on the decentralization of the tasks in the liquid petroleum gas price compensation policy for low-income households by local government organizations in Thailand Sripokangkul, S. 2014
2.  “forgetting,” “returning to ironic happiness,” and “threatening and hunting”: Reconciliation process of 2014 post-coup government in Thailand Sripokangkul, S. 2015
3. On the path to democracy in Thailand: Military reform is the first step Sripokangkul, S. 2017
4. Returning Soldiers to the Barracks: Military Reform as the Crucial First Step in Democratising Thailand Sripokangkul, S. 2017
5. Consent, repression, and emerging student activism in Northeastern Thailand Sripokangkul, S. 2018
6. Demonology and contemporary Thai politics Sripokangkul, S. 2019
7. Injustice in Non-Transitional Regimes: The Eighth Anniversary of the Massacre of the Thai 'Red Shirts' Siwach Sripokangkul 2019
8. Injustice in non-transitional regimes: The eighth anniversary of the massacre of the Thai ‘Red shirts’ Sripokangkul, S. 2019
9. Political demonology, dehumanization, and contemporary thai politics Sripokangkul, S. 2019
10. Subversion of transitional justice in Thailand: transitional injustice in the case of the 'Red Shirts' Siwach Sripokangkul 2019
11. Subversion of transitional justice in Thailand: transitional injustice in the case of the ‘Red Shirts’ Sripokangkul, S. 2019
12. The military draft in Thailand: A critique from a nonkilling global political science perspective Siwach Sripokangkul
John Draper
Cj Hinke
Charles David Crumpton
2019
13. UNDERSTANDING THE SOCIAL ENVIRONMENT DETERMINANTS OF STUDENT MOVEMENTS: A CONSIDERATION OF STUDENT ACTIVISM IN THAILAND AND THE THAI SOCIAL CAGE Siwach Sripokangkul
John Draper
Charles David Crumpton
Autthapon Muangming
2019
14. Understanding the social environment determinants of student movements: A consideration of student activism in Thailand and the Thai “social cage” Sripokangkul, S.
Draper, J.C.
2019
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Title Authors Year Publication name Cited count
< 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 รวม
1. A proposal on the decentralization of the tasks in the liquid petroleum gas price compensation policy for low-income households by local government organizations in Thailand Sripokangkul, S. 2014 Asian Social Science
11 (10), pp. 56-65
2.  “forgetting,” “returning to ironic happiness,” and “threatening and hunting”: Reconciliation process of 2014 post-coup government in Thailand Sripokangkul, S. 2015 Asian Social Science
15 (11), pp. 302-312
3. On the path to democracy in Thailand: Military reform is the first step Sripokangkul, S. 2017 Asia-Pacific Social Science Review
1 (17), pp. 1-24
4. Returning soldiers to the barracks: Military reform as the crucial first step in democratising Thailand Sripokangkul, S. 2017 Pertanika Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities
1 (25), pp. 1-20
5. Consent, repression, and emerging student activism in Northeastern Thailand Sripokangkul, S. 2018 International Journal of Interdisciplinary Civic and Political Studies
2 (13), pp.
6. Demonology and contemporary Thai politics Sripokangkul, S. 2019 International Journal of Civic, Political, and Community Studies
1 (17), pp. 1-14
7. Injustice in non-transitional regimes: The eighth anniversary of the massacre of the Thai ‘Red shirts’ Sripokangkul, S. 2019 Intellectual Discourse
1 (27), pp. 7-45
8. Political demonology, dehumanization, and contemporary thai politics Sripokangkul, S. 2019 Asia-Pacific Social Science Review
2 (19), pp. 115-130
9. Subversion of transitional justice in Thailand: transitional injustice in the case of the ‘Red Shirts’ Sripokangkul, S. 2019 International Journal of Human Rights
10 (23), pp. 1673-1692
10. The military draft in Thailand: A critique from a nonkilling global political science perspective Sripokangkul, S.
Draper, J.C.
2019 Global Change, Peace and Security
1 (31), pp. 39-59
11. Understanding the social environment determinants of student movements: A consideration of student activism in Thailand and the Thai “social cage” Sripokangkul, S.
Draper, J.C.
2019 International Journal of Asia-Pacific Studies
1 (15), pp. 59-96

Title Authors Year Journal title

Title Authors Year Journal title Cited count
< 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 รวม
1. Returning Soldiers to the Barracks: Military Reform as the Crucial First Step in Democratising Thailand Siwach Sripokangkul
Paul Chambers
2017 PERTANIKA JOURNAL OF SOCIAL SCIENCE AND HUMANITIES
1.0 (25.0), pp. 1.0-19.0
7 0 0 0 0 0 7
2. Injustice in Non-Transitional Regimes: The Eighth Anniversary of the Massacre of the Thai 'Red Shirts' Siwach Sripokangkul 2019 INTELLECTUAL DISCOURSE
1.0 (27.0), pp. 7.0-45.0
0 0 0 0 0 0 0
3. Subversion of transitional justice in Thailand: transitional injustice in the case of the 'Red Shirts' Siwach Sripokangkul 2019 INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HUMAN RIGHTS
10.0 (23.0), pp. 1673.0-1692.0
0 0 0 0 0 0 0
4. The military draft in Thailand: a critique from a nonkilling global political science perspective Siwach Sripokangkul
John Draper
Cj Hinke
Charles David Crumpton
2019 GLOBAL CHANGE PEACE & SECURITY
1.0 (31.0), pp. 39.0-59.0
0 0 0 0 0 0 0
5. UNDERSTANDING THE SOCIAL ENVIRONMENT DETERMINANTS OF STUDENT MOVEMENTS: A CONSIDERATION OF STUDENT ACTIVISM IN THAILAND AND THE THAI SOCIAL CAGE Siwach Sripokangkul
John Draper
Charles David Crumpton
Autthapon Muangming
2019 INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ASIA PACIFIC STUDIES
1.0 (15.0), pp. 59.0-96.0
4 0 0 0 0 0 4

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