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Table 3 The relationship between forced sex and socio-demographic characteristics of students attending university, 2019 (n = 800)

From: Forced sex and its predictors among students attending university: a cross-sectional study

  Forced sex+
N = 95
Forced sex-
N = 472
P values
Age (Mean ± SD) 23.52 ± 6.94 23.41 ± 6.92 0.89
Gender
 Male 10 (8.7) 105 (91.3) 0.01
 Female 85 (18.8) 368 (81.2)  
Education
 Undergraduate 27 (16.2) 140 (83.8) 0.81
 Graduate 69 (17.2) 333 (82.8)  
Work
 Yes 67 (18.3) 299 (81.7) 0.40
 No 28 (15.1) 157 (84.9)  
Income
 $1000 or less 64 (20.0) 256 (80.0) 0.15
 More than $1000 20 (14.3) 120 (85.7)  
Are you a religious person?
 Yes 63 (18.0) 287 (82.0) 0.42
 No 33 (15.1) 186 (84.9)  
Relationship status
 Single 91 (18.6) 399 (81.4) 0.39
 No single 2 (9.5) 19 (90.5)  
Practice-ever contraceptive use
 Always 49 (15.8) 262 (84.2) 0.01
 Never/sometimes 36 (25.6) 103 (74.1)  
Sex education
 Yes 12 (21.1) 45 (78.9) 0.35
 No 81 (16.1) 423 (83.9)  
Smoking
 Yes 12 (21.1) 45 (78.9) 0.35
 No 81 (16.1) 423 (83.9)  
Alcohol
 Yes 85 (17.5) 400 (82.5) 0.18
 No 9 (11.4) 70 (88.6)  
Visited bars/parties
 Yes 81 (18.6) 355 (81.4) 0.05
 No 15 (11.4) 117 (88.6)  
Went to movies
 Yes 88 (16.7) 439 (83.3) 0.54
 No 7 (17.1) 34 (82.9)  
Family source of information
 Yes 6 (20.7) 23 (79.3) 0.86
 No 36 (19.3) 151 (80.7)  
Knowledge of STD 4.57 ± 1.83 3.98 ± 1.59 0.01
Knowledge of condom 12.24 ± 1.44 12.25 ± 1.38 0.96
Knowledge of contraception 16.63 ± 2.23 16.50 ± 2.36 0.67
Relationship behaviour 10.44 ± 1.33 9.85 ± 1.29 0.21
Sexual attitude 43.76 ± 3.64 42.19 ± 3.61 0.01