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Table 1 Demographics and smoking history of the participants

From: A qualitative study of Chinese Canadian fathers’ smoking behaviors: intersecting cultures and masculinities

Age (years) 37.8±5.2 (28 to 46)
Education
 Junior/middle school 1
 High school 0
 Non-university (collage, vocational, technical, trade etc.) 3
 Bachelor’s degree 13
 Master’s degree or over 5
Years in Canada 6.8±4.4 (0.5 to 13)
Occupation
 Clerical/administrative 5
 Construction/manual labour 7
 Technical/skilled/professional/trade 7
 Unemployed (student) 3
Marital status
 Married 21
 Divorced 1
Number of children
 1 13
 2 8
 3 1
Amount smoked
 <10/day 7
 10-20/day 3
 >20/day 0
 Quit smoking 12