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Jing Guo , PhD

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Associate Professor
PhD Program Chair

Gartley Hall Rm. 205B
Tel: 808.956.2195
Website: Child and Family Research Lab

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Ph.D., University of California at Berkeley
MA, Peking University, China

Research Intrest/Area

Comparative family policy
Work, family and Gender
Migration and child education
Asian Americans, Immigrants and child welfare
Social policy and social services in China


Peer-Reviewed Publications

  • Guo, J., Marshall, S., Glasser, J.L., & Spillers, J. (2015). Learning global social conditions: A broader view for social work students. Social Work Education.

  • Li, Fenfang, Guo, J., Suga-Nakagawa, A., Takahashi, K., & Renaud, J. (2015). The impact of Kauai care transition intervention on hospital readmission rate. The American Journal of Managed Care.

  • Guo, J. (2015). International collaboration with China: A professional training program for Civil Affairs officials. China Journal of Social Work, 8 (1), 19-32.

  • Guo, J. & Mu, L. (2015). Residential care for elders in China: Private sector as a solution? Social Development Issues, 37(1) 11-24.

  • Li, C. & Guo, J. (2015). The historical development and characteristics of NPOs in China. Asian Social Work and Policy Review, 9, 79-93.

  • Guo, J. (2014). Education expectation of parents and children: Findings from a case of China. Asian Social Work and Policy Review, 8, 228-242.

  • Guo, J. & Gilbert, N. (2014). Public attitudes toward government responsibility for child care: The impact of individual characteristics and welfare regimes. Children and Youth Services Review, 44(September), 82-89.

  • Guo, J. & Han, J. (2013). Teachers' perceptions of migrant children in public schools in China and a proposal for social work intervention. Social Development Issues35(3), 50-62.

  • Guo, J. & Xiao, S. (2013). Through the gender lens: A comparison of family policy in Sweden and China. China Journal of Social Work6(3), 228-243.

  • Guo, J. & Gilbert, N. (2012). Public attitudes and gender policy regimes: Coherence and stability in hard times. Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare, 39(2), 163-182.

  • Guo, J. (2011). Family and parent correlates of educational achievement: Migrant children in China. Asian Social Work and Policy Review, 5(2), 123-137.

  • Guo, J. & Gilbert, N. (2007). Welfare state regimes and family policy: A longitudinal analysis. International Journal of Social Welfare, 16(4), 307-313.

  • Xia, X. & J. Guo. (2002). Historical development and characteristics of social work in today’s China. International Journal of Social Welfare, 11(3), 254-262.

Book Chapters

  • Guo, J. (2015). Chinese immigrant families and children in the United States: Segmented assimilation, challenges in parenting, and intergenerational relations, In Chinese Migration and Families-At-Risk. Edited by Edward K.L.Chan, 165-186. Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

  • Guo, J. (2013). Financing migrant child education. In Chinese Social Policy in a Time of Transition. Edited by DJ. Besharov and K. Baehler, 142-159. New York: Oxford University Press.


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