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Table 3 Effect of We Act on horizontal social capital at the six-month follow-up

From: Building school-based social capital through ‘We Act - Together for Health’ – a quasi-experimental study

  Horizontal social capital (%) Effect (Intervention vs. Control)a
  Baseline Follow-up   
Overall n = 548 Intervention Control Intervention Control OR (95% CI) p-value
Intervention      0.82 (0.47–1.46) 0.492
Horizontal social capital
 High 63 56 61 62   
 Moderate 21 26 16 17   
 Low 16 18 23 21   
  1. OR, odds ratio
  2. *p ≤ 0.05; **p ≤ 0.01; ***p ≤ 0.001
  3. a) At the individual level, the model adjusted for gender, age, migration status, baseline values for horizontal social capital and for SES. At the class level, the model adjusted for grade, while at the school level, the model adjusted for the intervention. Gender, grade and the baseline values for horizontal social capital appeared as significant covariates in the final model