Table 5

Comparison of selected factors by completed rape and sexual coercion of male high school students, Addis Ababa, June, 2009
Characteristics Completed rape lifetime Sexual coercion
Crude Adjusted Crude Adjusted
OR (95%CI) OR (95%CI) OR (95%CI) OR (95%CI)
Educational status
  11th 2.15 (1.02, 4.51) 2.02 (0.95, 4.30) 1.45 (0.89, 2.36) 1.42 (0.8, 2.34)
  12th 1 1 1 1
Lives with
  Both parents 1 1 1 1
  Alone 3.50 (0.98, 12.5) 3.64 (0.97, 13.7) 3.34 (1.29, 8.62) 2.87 (1.07, 7.66)
  With others 2.26 (1.09, 4.70)
2.20 (1.04, 4.68) 1.95 (1.15, 3.32) 1.80 (1.04, 3.11)
Age (years)
  ≥20 1 1 1 1
  19 0.84 (0.35, 2.07) 0.80 (0.33, 1.95) 1.26 (0.71, 2.23) 1.20 (0.67, 2.16)
  18 1.16 (0.48, 2.77) 0.94 (0.37, 2.35) 1.57 (0.86, 2.85) 1.27 (0.68, 2.40)
Receiving money
  No 1 1 1 1
  Yes 1.33 (0.67, 2.64) 1.14 (0.57, 2.30) 1.52 (0.94, 2.47) 1.31 (0.80, 2.16)
Slept away of home
  Never 1 1 1 1
  Sometimes 1.37 (0.66, 2.84) 1.34 (0.64, 2.82) 1.35 (0.80, 2.26) 1.33 (0.79, 2.26)

*AOR=adjusted for educational status, Living condition, Age group, Receiving money, slept away of home.

Haile et al.

Haile et al. BMC International Health and Human Rights 2013 13:24   doi:10.1186/1472-698X-13-24

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