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Table 2 Socio-demographic and psychosocial factors and health effects N = 883.

From: 2The role of controlling behaviour in intimate partner violence and its health effects: a population based study from rural Vietnam

Variables n %
Respondents   
Age groups   
   17–29 198 22.4
   30–60 685 77.6
Educational level   
Higher education 694 78.6
Primary school 189 21.4
Occupation   
Hired labourer (tailor, construction assistant, etc.) 122 13.8
Farmer 761 86.2
Past-year physical or sexual violence experience   
   No 802 90.8
   Yes 81 9.2
Controlling behaviour experience from current husband   
   No 769 87.1
   Yes 114 12.9
Pain or discomfort   
   No and slight pain/discomfort 778 88.1
   Moderate to extreme pain/discomfort 105 11.9
Sadness or depression   
   No 690 78.1
   Yes 193 21.9
Suicidal thoughts   
   No 852 96.5
   Yes 31 3.5
Husbands/partners   
Age groups   
   20–29 108 12.5
   30–77 758 87.5
Educational level   
Higher education 724 82.0
Primary school 159 18.0
Socio-economic status   
   Professional 171 23.0
   Semi-skilled and unskilled 573 77.0
Has more than one wife/partner   
   No 710 84.5
   Yes 130 15.5
Households   
Annual income   
   < USD 288 176 20.0
   USD 288–570 353 40.1
   > USD 570 351 39.9