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Table 4 Multilevel logistic regression for alcohol and cannabis use: results for minority students

From: Alcohol and cannabis use among adolescents in Flemish secondary school in Brussels: effects of type of education

  Beer and wine Spirits   Cannabis  
  (n = 894)
  OR (95% CI) Sig. OR (95% CI) Sig. OR (95% CI) Sig.
Control variables       
   girls 0.59 (0.29-1.21)   0.40 (0.18-0.88) * 0.21 (0.08-0.54) **
   age 1.41 (1.14-1.75) ** 1.44 (1.16-1.78) ** 1.17 (0.92-1.48)  
Family SES       
parent's work status       
   two parents working 2.14 (0.88-5.23)   1.90 (0.74-4.89)   0.81 (0.25-2.59)  
   one parent working 1.09 (0.43-2.77)   1.90 (0.75-4.82)   1.56 (0.62-3.91)  
parents' educational level       
   two parents higher education 3.21 (1.20-8.59) * 3.01 (1.10-8.21) * 1.96 (0.47-8.14)  
   one parent higher education 1.65 (0.68-4.04)   1.40 (0.58-3.40)   1.42 (0.52-3.87)  
Education type       
   technical 1.16 (0.50-2.70)   0.93 (0.37-2.34)   1.35 (0.49-3.69)  
   vocational 1.49 (0.65-3.45)   2.08 (0.95-4.57)   2.74 (1.14-6.59) *
  1. * p < 0.05, ** p < 0.01, *** p < 0.001