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Table 3 Results of Binary Logistic Regression Analyses on Violence Typologies with Sociodemographics in South African Adolescents

From: Violence typologies and sociodemographic correlates in South African adolescents: a three-wave cross-sectional study

 NI V P VP 
VariablesOR99% CLOR99% CLOR99% CLOR99% CL
Genderabcd1,471.36–1.581,901.76–2.050,420.37–0.470,510.47–0.55
Agead0,940.91–0.960,980.96–1.010,960.92–1.001,101.07–1.13
Black (reference)
 Mixed heritageab0,820.73–0.921,221.09–1.370,910.76–1.101,060.95–1.19
 Indianabcd1,491.27–1.750,800.67–0.961,701.35–2.140,610.50–0.75
 Whiteacd1,221.05–1.421,130.97–1.311,240.99–1.550,670.57–0.80
 Other0,800.51–1.251,320.87–2.010,870.42–1.790,940.60–1.47
 Monthly allowancebc1,000.99–1.020,990.97–1.001,051.03–1.081,000.98–1.01
 Academic performance1,010.98–1.040,970.95–1.000,980.93–1.021,020.99–1.05
 Father absence1,010.89–1.141,100.98–1.241,000.82–1.210,900.79–1.02
 Mother absencea0,780.62–0.971,070.87–1.320,910.64–1.301,200.97–1.47
 Both parents absence0,890.68–1.170,880.67–1.151,060.69–1.621,220.94–1.57
  1. asignificant variables for NI
  2. bsignificant variables for V
  3. csignificant variables for P
  4. dsignificant variables for VP
  5. Note. Significance is at the 0.01 level. NI non-involvement, V victims only, P perpetrators only, VP victim-perpetrators