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Table 2 HIV- and MSM-related stigma by IPV type among 367 participants

From: Association between stigma towards HIV and MSM and intimate partner violence among newly HIV-diagnosed Chinese men who have sex with men

StigmaParticipantsAny IPVPhysical IPVPsychological IPVSexual IPV
N(%)N(%)PN(%)PN(%)PN(%)P
HIV-related stigma 0.05 0.36 0.18 0.11
  < 27182 (49.6)35 (19.2) 27 (14.8) 10 (5.5) 6 (3.3) 
  ≥ 27185 (50.4)52 (28.1) 34 (18.4) 17 (9.2) 13 (7.0) 
Felt stigma  0.24 0.66 0.29 0.17
  < 15172 (46.9)36 (20.9) 27 (15.7) 10 (5.8) 6 (3.5) 
  ≥ 15195 (53.1)51 (26.2) 34 (17.4) 17 (8.7) 13 (6.7) 
Vicarious stigma 0.13 0.95 0.07 0.04
  < 5236 (64.3)50 (21.2) 39 (16.5) 13 (5.5) 8 (3.4) 
  ≥ 5131 (35.7)37 (28.2) 22 (16.8) 14 (10.7) 11 (8.4) 
Internalized stigma 0.11 0.12 0.79 0.33
  < 8213 (58.0)44 (20.7) 30 (14.1) 15 (7.0) 9 (4.2) 
  ≥ 8154 (42.0)43 (27.9) 31 (20.1) 12 (7.8) 10 (6.5) 
MSM-related stigma 0.01 0.11 0.05 0.28
  < 6160 (43.6)28 (17.5) 21 (13.1) 7 (4.4) 6 (3.8) 
  ≥ 6207 (56.4)59 (28.5) 40 (19.3) 20 (9.7) 13 (6.3) 
Perceived stigma(vs.) 0.19 0.14 0.55 0.71
  < 5170 (46.3)35 (20.6) 23 (13.5) 11 (6.5) 8 (4.7) 
  ≥ 5197 (53.7)52 (26.4) 38 (19.3) 16 (8.1) 11 (5.6) 
Enacted stigma < 0.01 0.32 < 0.01 < 0.01
  < 1243 (66.2)46 (18.9) 37 (15.2) 10 (4.1) 6 (2.5) 
  ≥ 1124 (33.8)41 (33.1) 24 (19.4) 17 (13.7) 13 (10.5) 
  1. Note: IPV Intimate partner violence, MSM Men who have sex with men