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Table 1 Sample characteristics

From: Intimate partner sexual violence and risk for femicide, suicidality and substance use among women in antenatal care and general out-patients in Thailand

Variable Total sample (N = 207) Not sexually assaulted (n = 150,72.5%) Sexually assaulted (n = 57, 27.5%) P-Value
  M SD M (SD) M (SD)  
Age (range 18–49) 26.8 9.3 25.9 (9.2) 29.1 (9.4) 0.019
Number of children (range 0–4) 1.1 1.0 0.9 (1.0) 1.4 (1.0) 0.005
Formal education
 Primary or less 54 26.2 35 (23.3) 19 (33.9) 0.253
 Secondary 109 52.9 84 (56.0) 25 (44.6)  
 Post secondary 43 20.9 31 (20.7) 12 (21.4)  
Recruitment
 General out-patient clinic 69 33.3 41 (59.4) 28 (40.6) 0.003
 Antenatal care clinic 138 66.7 109 (79.0) 29 (21.0)  
Currently employed 89 51.1 64 (49.6) 25 (55.6) 0.492
Economic household situation
 Low 75 36.8 55 (37.2) 20 (35.7) 0.848
 High 129 63.2 93 (62.8) 36 (64.3)  
Marital status
 Married/cohabitating 180 87.0 133 (88.7) 47 (82.5) 0.236
 Single/divorced/separated 27 13.0 17 (11.3) 10 (17.5)  
Currently living with perpetrator 168 84.4 126 (85.7) 42 (80.8) 0.398
Left partner in the past 12 months 18 8.7 11 (7.3) 7 (12.3) 0.275
Other types of intimate partner violence
Psychological abuse
 Low (0–2) 76 36.7 64 (84.2) 12 (15.8) < 0.001
 Medium (3–6) 64 30.9 54 (84.4) 10 (15.6)  
 High (7 or more) 67 32.4 32 (47.8) 35 (52.2)  
Physical violence
 Low (0–1) 86 41.7 73 (84.9) 13 (15.1) < 0.001
 Medium (2–6) 53 25.7 40 (75.5) 13 (24.3)  
 High (7 or more) 67 32.5 37 (55.2) 30 (44.8)  
Danger
 Low (0–1) 112 54.1 95 (63.3) 17 (29.8) < 0.001
 Medium (2–3) 36 17.4 26 (17.3) 10 (17.5)  
 High (4 or more) 59 28.5 29 (19.3) 30 (52.6)  
Suicidal behaviour and alcohol use
Suicidal behaviour (threat or attempt) in the past 12 months 36 17.6 16 (10.8) 20 (35.7) < 0.001