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Table 3 Multilevel model analyses affecting low-SRH status a

From: Contextual effects of social integration and disintegration on health status: evidence from South Korea

Model
parameter
Model I
(unconditional)
Model II
(unconditional slope)
Model III
(conditional)
OR 95% CI OR 95% CI OR 95% CI
Level 1 Intercept, γ00 0.619 (0.586–0.654) 0.585 (0.551–0.620) 0.584 (0.551–0.618)
Social Communication    0.612e (0.576–0.650) 0.611e (0.576–0.649)
Political Participation    1.110e (1.046–1.170) 1.107e (1.046–1.170)
Social Participation (neighbors)    1.132e (1.065–1.203) 1.132e (1.065–1.204)
Social Participation (organizations)    0.855e (0.807–0.905) 0.853e (0.806–0.905)
Social Inclusion (in-network)    0.798e (0.752–0.846) 0.797e (0.752–0.846)
Social Inclusion (out-of-network)    0.689e (0.652–0.727) 0.687e (0.650–0.726)
Level 2b NBMI      1.071c (1.001–1.145)
GRDP      0.917c (0.839–0.993)
TFR      0.985 (0.924–1.051)
NFMC      1.096c (1.038–1.240)
ROPH      0.989c (0.882–0.990)
  1. aThe gender, age, education, income, and residence type (city districts) of the respondents were adjusted
  2. bNBMI (the number of beds of medical institution per 1000 people; GRDP (gross regional domestic product); TFR (the total fertility rate); NFMC (the number of four major crime); ROPH (the ratio of one-person households)
  3. c: p < 0.05; d: p < 0.01; ee: p < 0.001