This is the first issue of JCSH. The JCSH, succeeding The Rangsit Journal of Social Science and Humanity (RJSH), continues to focus on the publication of various contemporary issues in social sciences and humanities. This issue presents you with seven (7) research articles from various disciplines.
In the first article, Khanittha Jitsaeng conducted a survey to study the use of social media for political communication among Thai youths. The study found that over 90 percent of youths followed political news from news feeds, media pages, and television and newspaper venues via Facebook. It also found that about 70.0 percent of the youths discussed political issues via Messengers, and 63.0 percent via Twitter.