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This research is a descriptive study, using a qualitative approach. Data sources were obtained through interviews with informants, namely pimps or pimps and with "Campus Chickens" and literature studies obtained through journals and books. Based on these studies in identifying campus chickens is very difficult because the style of dress and behavior are the same as in college girls in general, and college students affected to campus chickens can be influenced by the environment where they are far from parents and live life freely without anyone controlling, other than it is also from economic factors which are used to meet their daily needs. The phenomenon of "campus chickens" has a difference with commercial sex workers (CSWs) because their status is still a female student, and is not ambitious in finding customers, only done as a side and with higher tariffs. Therefore many people are affected by STDs (Sexually Transmitted Diseases) such as: HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus), Syphilis, and Raja Singa.
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