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Table 4 AME of Cragg’s (1971) double-hurdle models. Models 3 and 4 include an interaction effect between gender and migration background

From: Sports participation of children and adolescents in Germany: disentangling the influence of parental socioeconomic status

  Organized sports Unorganized sports
(1) (2) (3) (4) (1) (2) (3) (4)
SES (z-score) 21.43*** 8.00*** 7.68*** 9.90*** −0.46 −2.42 − 2.48 0.15
(1.87) (1.88) (1.85) (1.86) (1.44) (1.51) (1.51) (1.52)
Opportunities (z-score)   13.78*** 14.14*** 12.17***   5.64*** 5.82*** 4.67**
  (1.83) (1.82) (1.82)   (1.44) (1.44) (1.45)
Support (z-score)   37.39*** 37.09*** 37.75***   3.96** 3.70* 3.81**
  (1.78) (1.75) (1.72)   (1.49) (1.48) (1.47)
Gender (female)    −45.53*** −45.64***    −12.34*** −12.62***
   (3.42) (3.34)    (2.79) (2.76)
Migration background    −7.84 −5.55    −6.09 −3.54
   (5.12) (5.10)    (3.92) (4.00)
Age (6–10)
 - 11-13     30.58***     8.92*
    (4.29)     (3.51)
 - 14-17     24.46***     18.16***
    (4.86)     (3.93)
Cohort (1991–2000)
 - 2001-2011     −17.30***     −17.83***
    (4.29)     (3.48)
District size (20 k+)     5.48     −4.92
    (3.60)     (2.85)
N 6100.00 6100.00 6100.00 6100.00 6044.00 6044.00 6044.00 6044.00
  1. *p < 0.10, **p < 0.05, ***p < 0.001 *SE in parentheses; (Source: MoMo/KiGGS)