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Table 1 Summary measures of family, community, peer and intimate partner, and non-partner sexual violence, and number of types of victimisation, by gender within each city

From: Intersections between polyvictimisation and mental health among adolescents in five urban disadvantaged settings: the role of gender

  Baltimore W%, n Delhi W%, n Ibadan W%, n Johannesburg W%, n Shanghai W%, n
Category of violence Male
N = 276
Female
N = 195
P Male
N = 250
Female
N = 250
P Male
N = 233
Female
N = 232
P Male
N = 273
Female
N = 224
P Male
N = 235
Female
N = 220
P
Family violence 16.3, 50 24.0, 52 0.02 34.8, 84 52.4, 111 0.003 52.2, 117 44.8, 97 0.24 44.5, 118 41.4, 87 0.53 20.3, 48 25.1, 51 0.17
Community violence 86.4, 219 78.8, 165 0.14 84.6, 207 75.8, 193 0.04 77.0, 161 72.8, 158 0.23 93.7, 255 88.4, 199 <0.001 29.8, 85 22.6, 52 0.03
Peer violence 39.6, 104 37.2, 72 0.40 77.3, 179 46.9, 96 0.01 72.4, 59 47.5, 42 0.23 67.6, 130 63.9, 133 0.66 61.6, 40 44.3, 33 0.02
Physical IPV 25.1, 48 15.9, 7 25.6, 13 30.6, 65 7.9, 9
Sexual IPV 9.9, 19 7.4, 5 15.4, 11 19.5, 44 1.7, 4
Non-partner SV 15.1, 42 48.7, 112 <0.001 16.7, 42 33.4, 85 0.04 50.0, 97 26.7, 53 <0.001 34.1, 98 49.4, 117 0.006 16.4, 43 34.3, 66 0.001
Number of types of victimisationa
0 11.8, 33 10.7, 8 0.01 6.5, 17 12.4, 30 0.05 10.8, 39 17.5, 45 0.50 2.5, 6 6.0, 10 0.15 43.9, 93 38.8, 94 0.50
1 46.5, 125 29.8, 47 <0.001 24.4, 55 27.4, 68 0.18 22.4, 48 31.3, 70 0.04 22.9, 63 12.7, 30 0.04 31.1, 81 35.1, 73 0.77
2 or more (PV) 42.5, 118 71.1, 139 0.01 71.0, 178 60.5, 152 0.04 62.5, 146 50.2, 117 0.04 74.5, 204 82.0, 184 0.04 25.8, 61 23.9, 53 0.51
  1. W% weighted percentage, n number of cases, N sample size
  2. aSum of numbers of experiences of family violence, community violence, peer violence, physical IPV, sexual IPV and non-partner sexual violence