Jingjing Gao

Public Policy Program

 

Research Interest:

Health policy and social media

Ph.D. Expected:

May 2021

Dissertation:

TBA

Publications:

1. Utilizing Social Media as a Policy Tool: An Examination of the Impact of Social Media on Healthcare Outcomes in Chinese University Students. The 75th Annual Midwest Political Science Association (MPSA) Conference, Chicago

 

 

2. Death of a Trustee: An Examination of Traditional Legislator Roles in an Era of Increased Legislator-Constituent Linkages Precipitated by Internet Enabled Communication Technologies. The 75th Annual Midwest Political Science Association (MPSA) Conference, Chicago (coauthored with J. F. West)

 

 

3. Evolution and the Internet: A Theoretical and Empirical Exploration of State Legislator Choice of Communication Technology. 2016 Southeastern Conference for Public Administration (SECoPA), Raleigh (coauthored with J. F. West)
4. The Relationship between TV hours and Health Condition. Poster, Graduate Research Symposium, School of Graduate Studies and Research of the University of North Carolina at Pembroke.
5. Utilizing Social Media as a Policy Tool: An Examination of the Impact of Social Media on Healthcare Outcomes in Chinese University Students (Under review by The Journal of Information Technology and Politics, September 2017)