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Table 4 Multivariate binary logistic regression analysis of family factors associated with DV among pregnant women

From: The prevalence of domestic violence and its association with family factors: a cross-sectional study among pregnant women in urban communities of Hengyang City, China

VariablesCORa (95% CI)AORb (95% CI)
Family relationships
 Relationship with mother-in-law
  Good1.001.00
  Bad2.71 (1.24, 5.90)2.85 (1.29, 6.30)
 Relationship with other families
  Good1.001.00
  Bad3.40(1.63,7.09)3.30 (1.57, 6.93)
Family structure
 Number of cohabitation (include oneself)
  1–21.34 (0.71, 2.51)1.00
  >31.001.19 (0.63, 2.26)
 Live with eldership
  Yes1.29 (0.83, 2.00)1.30 (0.83, 2.03)
  No1.001.00
Family related stressors
 Medium Household debt
  Yes2.03 (1.10, 3.74)2.17 (1.18, 4.00)
  No1.001.00
 Separation
  Yes1.55 (0.93, 2.60)1.61 (0.96, 2.70)
  No1.001.00
Partner’s extramarital affairs
 Yes3.06 (1.01, 9.30)2.37 (0.74, 7.54)
 No1.001.00
Family function
 Family APGAR index
  Low level3.52 (1.85, 6.69)4.01 (2.09, 7.69)
  Middle level1.94 (1.25, 3.01)2.01 (1.30, 3.13)
  High level1.001.00
  1. Abbreviations: DV domestic violence, COR crude odds ratio, AOR adjusted odds ratio
  2. a Multivariate binary logistic regression model
  3. bSome general characteristics were adjusted (medical insurance, drinking habit, multiple abortions/sterility, age, ethnicity, marital status)
  4. Characters in bold indicate statistical significance, p<0.05