Journal of Population and Social Studies (JPSS)

Online ISSN: 2465-4418

The Journal of Population and Social Studies (JPSS) is an open-access peer-reviewed journal published by the Institute for Population and Social Research, Mahidol University. The Journal of Population and Social Studies (JPSS) ceased its hard copy publication in 2013, became an online-only journal since 2014, and currently publishes 4 issues per year. Yet, the Journal of Population and Social Studies (JPSS) continues to be a free* of charge journal for publication.

The Journal of Population and Social Studies (JPSS) welcomes contributions from the fields of demography, population studies, and other related disciplines, including health sciences, sociology, anthropology, population economics, population geography, human ecology, political science, statistics, and methodological issues. The article subjects range from population and family changes, population aging, sexuality, gender, reproductive health, population and environment, population and health, migration, urbanization and labor, determinants and consequences of population changes to social and behavioral aspects of population.

We aim to provide a platform for the researchers, academicians, professional, practitioners, and graduate students from all around the world to share knowledge on the empirical and theoretical research papers, case studies, literature reviews, and book reviews that are of interest to the academic community, policy-makers, and practitioners.

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Vol. 29 (2021): January - December 2021 (In progress)

Published: 2020-09-15

Social Capital and Mental Health among Older Adults in Indonesia: A Multilevel Approach

Emmanuel Nizeyumukiza, Adi Cilik Pierewan, Edmond Ndayambaje, Yulia Ayriza

1 - 14

State of Societal Uncertainty as a Pattern of Modern Ukrainian Society

Tetyana Yereskova, Oleg Mazuryk, Olena Aleksandrova, Halyna Tymofieieva, Vitaliy Zavadskyi

67 - 81

Sexual Socialization in Families with Adolescents (SSFA) in Thailand: Scale Development and Validation

Kesinee Saranrittichai, Supattana Sakdisthanont, Ampornpan Theeranut, Donlagon Jumparway, Pongdech Sarakarn

139 - 157

Defining Mental Health Practitioners’ LGBTIQ Cultural Competence in Thailand

Timo Tapani Ojanen, Darunee Phukao, Pimpawun Boonmongkon, Somporn Rungreangkulkij

158 - 176

Do Gender Differences Affect the Psychological Well-being of High Schoolers in Thailand?

Walailak Pumpuang, Nopporn Vongsirimas, Piyanee Klainin-Yobas

207 - 222

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