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Jing Guo

World Bank's Public Opinion Research Group
Jing Guo is an Associate with the World Bank’s Public Opinion Research Group. Her work currently focuses on designing, managing, and writing about research projects in more than a hundred countries across the globe on various topics in international development. Jing has published dozens of public opinion survey reports and a number of peer-reviewed journal articles, and presented at international and national conferences on various topics in the areas of political communication, gender studies, and media psychology. Jing also provided strategic communication support to World Bank development projects. Prior to joining the World Bank, she worked as an adjunct professor at the University of Maryland, a public radio reporter, a web editor, and a field researcher writing about women’s leadership in rural China.
Jing holds a Ph.D. focusing on issues that lie in the intersection of media, psychology, and gender studies from the University of Maryland, College Park, where she was an Eleanor Merrill Scholar and an International Teaching Fellow. She received her Master’s Degree from Miami University in Mass Communication with a graduate certificate in Women’s Studies. 
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