SOJOURN:	Journal	of	Social	Issues	in	Southeast	Asia	Vol.	36/2	(July	2021)	(The	Migration	of	International	Academics	to	Thailand	and	Their	Experiences	of	Thai	Higher	Education)
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SOJOURN: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia Vol. 36/2 (July 2021) (The Migration of International Academics to Thailand and Their Experiences of Thai Higher Education)

by Navaporn Snodin ; Tirote Thongnuan ; Intira Bumrungsalee ; Anyarat Nattheeraphong ; Tony Johnstone Young

SOJOURN is an interdisciplinary journal devoted to the study of social and cultural issues in Southeast Asia. It publishes empirical and theoretical research articles with a view to promoting and disseminating scholarship in and on the region. Areas of special concern include ethnicity, religion, tourism, urbanization, migration, popular culture, social and cultural change, and development. Fields most often represented in the journal are anthropology, sociology, and history.


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  • Publisher : ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute
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Navaporn Snodin ; Tirote Thongnuan ; Intira Bumrungsalee ; Anyarat Nattheeraphong ; Tony Johnstone Young

Navaporn Snodin is Lecturer in Cross-Cultural Communication, Newcastle University, United Kingdom. ; Tirote Thongnuan is a lecturer at the Department of Foreign Languages, Kasetsart University, Bangkok. ; Intira Bumrungsalee is a lecturer at the Department of Foreign Languages, Kasetsart University, Bangkok. ; Anyarat Nattheeraphong is a lecturer at the Department of Western Languages and Linguistics and the Deputy Director for Foreign Language Development in the Office of General Education at Mahasarakham University, Thailand. ; Tony Johnstone Young is Professor of Applied Linguistics and Communication, Newcastle University, United Kingdom.