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Chang, Juju 1965-

Overview
Works: 13 works in 17 publications in 1 language and 183 library holdings
Genres: History  Biography  Interviews 
Roles: Interviewer
Classifications: QP81.5, 612.6
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Publications about Juju Chang
Publications by Juju Chang
Most widely held works by Juju Chang
The Difference between men and women ( visu )
5 editions published between 2006 and 2008 in English and held by 163 libraries worldwide
A program on the neurological basis of differences between men and women. 20/20 correspondents report on the female brain, the gender gap and the brainwork behind sex, as well as question some common myths between the sexes. Includes interviews with doctors, including neuropsychiatrist and author Louann Brizendine
The art of deception ( visu )
1 edition published in 2006 in English and held by 5 libraries worldwide
Juju Chang talks with Norah Vincent, an author who went undercover to experience life as a man; John Stossel meets infomercial king Kevin Trudeau, who's made a fortune selling questionable cures; Bob Brown looks at notorious hoaxes
20/20 : asexuals ( visu )
1 edition published in 2006 in English and held by 4 libraries worldwide
The asexuals: JuJu Chang talks with a panel of asexuals as well as a sex therapist to explore the world of asexuality. Lapia and Dr. Zlotolow: Bob Brown reports on a wounded orphan from Sierra Leone and the doctor who has cared for him. Enough!: John Stossel talks to convenience store clerks fighting back against armed robbery
Now with Bill Moyers ( visu )
1 edition published in 2003 in English and held by 2 libraries worldwide
Segment 1: BBC correspondent Caroline Hawley reports on insurgent attacks on coalition forces and Iraqi infrastructure. Segment 2: Correspondent Keith Brown reports on a law suit that Comcast filed against the city of San Jose, California with implications for on-line free expression. Segment 3: Juju Chang interviews Georgetown University professor David Cole on the possible loss of civil liberties from the Patriot Act and other impending anti-terrorist legislation in the United States. Segment 4: Bill Moyers interviews New York Times columnist Bob Herbert about the arrest on drug charges, conviction with questionable evidence and subsequent release of 46 African American men in Tulia, Texas
The toughest call difficult decisions ( visu )
1 edition published in 2009 in English and held by 2 libraries worldwide
Would you risk your life to save another person or have surgery to restore your sight, even though there are potential serious side effects? A two hour ''20/20'' explore amazing stories about making the most difficult and life-altering decisions. First hour: 1) When is it time to let a child pursue his/her dreams? Country singer Billy Ray Cyrus never wanted any of his five children to go into show business. He knew all too well how disappointing and difficult show business could be. He was so clear about this choice that he raised his kids in Tennessee in what most would consider the very ''normal'' circumstances. But one day his daughter, Miley, came to him and said she really wanted to pursue an acting/singing career. He tried to talk her out of it, but eventually gave in. Hannah Montana was born. In their first extended broadcast interview together, Miley Cyrus and her dad speak candidly about life in the spotlight and what they're doing to resist the ugliness that comes to some young stars. Deborah Roberts reports. 2) Not accepting a diagnosis: Instead of just accepting her son's diagnosis of autism as an incurable illness, actress and author Jenny McCarthy decided to take matters into her own hands. Deborah Roberts reports. 3) Whom do you tell when you've been raped? Kimberly Scott has had to face a series of tough calls throughout her life. As a young married woman, Kimberly says, she was raped by an acquaintance and then had to decide whether to tell her husband, Eric, what had happened. This difficult situation was made more traumatic when Kimberly learned she was pregnant. She now faced whether or not to have the baby and if so, whether to keep it. JuJu Chang reports. 4) My Sexuality or My Religion: Conversion Therapy. Is it possible to attend a kind of conversion, or ''reparative'' therapy to ''pray away the gay''? JuJu Chang reports on conferences, group homes and other therapy sessions aimed at men struggling with their same sex-attraction. Do these programs work or do they cause damage? Second hour: 1) When is it time to walk away? Chrissy Coppy and then 22-year-old Keith Cavill had been high school sweethearts and were talking about marriage when their lives were turned upside down by an unforeseen event. In August of 2003, Keith had a motorbike racing accident which left him paralyzed. Chrissy was devastated but hung on to the relationship, even as her role turned from lover to primary caretaker. Keith couldn't imagine life without her. But Chrissy was overwhelmed and she knew she had to leave. She made a tough call and told Keith she had to walk away. Elizabeth Vargas reports. 2) Would you risk your life to save another? Private Channing Moss was on patrol in Afghanistan with members of his platoon from the 10th Mountain Division from Ft. Drum, NY when he was struck by an RPG that lodged in his lower abdomen -- but didn't explode! The soldiers' rulebook dictates, in this rare incident, that the wounded soldier should be moved aside and made as comfortable as possible, but that the lives of others should not be risked to save his life. A series of tough calls, all against the rules, then ensued. Elizabeth Vargas reports. 3) Stay in a not perfect marriage or leave for another man? Pattie Boyd was a mate and muse to rock and roll royalty. Married to The Beatles' George Harrison, she inspired such hits as ''Something'' and ''While My Guitar Gently Weeps.'' She also inspired Eric Clapton's blockbuster songs ''Layla'' and ''Wonderful Tonight.'' Could Boyd choose between the two rock stars? Should she leave her husband for another man? Chris Connelly reports
20/20 ( visu )
1 edition published in 2006 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Investigation into wholegrain foods, sugar and coffee, looking at facts and myths. Actress, Sarah Jessica Parker speaks with Barbara Walters about her personal and professional life. Behind the scenes look at the final three couples who are competing in the show, "Dancing with the Stars."
The Nightline face-off Is it OK to be fat? ( visu )
1 edition published in 2010 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
A panel of four women, Marianne Kirby, Kim Bensen, MeMe Roth, and Crystal Renn are interviewed by Juju Chang on the subject of obesity and health
Battered husbands ( visu )
1 edition published in 2003 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Report on women who batter men; interview with Jessica Parks, a Michigan teenager who was born without arms and uses her feet as substitute hands; footage of Walters interviewing Saddam Hussein on June 28, 1981; a report on protesting by members of PETA
Living the dream Diet debate ; Meatball madness ( visu )
1 edition published in 2011 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
In Living the Dream, Suze Orman gives financial tips to help fulfill personal dreams. In Diet Debate, reporter Juju Chang seeks the answer to whether the controversial HCG pregnancy hormone diet help people lose weight? The last segment profiles chef Harold Dieterle, winner of the first season of the reality television series Top Chef
The outsiders ( visu )
1 edition published in 2007 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
In the first segment, Jose de Jesus , a 60 year old Puerto Rican living in a suburb outside Houston, Texas, claims to be the second coming of Jesus Christ. He has a growing ministry in more than 30 countries with an estimated following of more than a million people. In the second segment, journalist Norah Vincent reports on her 18-month experiment to experience life disguised as a man
NOW hosted by David Brancaccio ( visu )
1 edition published in 2005 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
In judicial review, Juju Chang reports on how the American judiciary is under assault by the religious right, which is pressuring judges that they do not agree with in cases involving polarizing moral issues like abortion, gay marriage and school prayer. In Shelby Knox, Brancaccio interviews Shelby about her efforts to get a sex education curriculum in Lubbock, Texas schools
ABC News 20/20 ( visu )
1 edition published in 2000 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Children with unlimited access to money may lack motivation, along with the ability to delay gratification. Psychologists have coined the term "affluenza" and provide advice for millionaire parents
20/20. The Art of deception ( visu )
1 edition published in 2006 in English and held by 0 libraries worldwide
Juju Chang talks with Norah Vincent, an author who went undercover to experience life as a man; John Stossel meets infomercial king Kevin Trudeau, who's made a fortune selling questionable cures; Bob Brown looks at notorious hoaxes
 
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Alternative Names
Chang, Hyunju, 1965-
Languages
English (17)
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