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Table 1 The socio-demographic comparison among depressed and non-depressed subjects

From: The association of depression with child abuse among Indonesian adolescents

Characteristics Depression p
No (n = 743) Yes (n = 43)
Age    0.168**
Mean 13.36 13.56  
SD 0.926 0.881  
Median 13.0 13.0  
Range 12–16 12–15  
  n(%) n(%)  
Sex
 Male (N = 441) 420 (95.2) 21 (4.8) 0.323*
 Female (N = 345) 323 (93.6) 22 (6.4)
Grade
 7th (N = 274) 263 (96.0) 11 (4.0)  
 8th (N = 287) 270 (94.1) 17 (5.9) 0.395*
 9th (N = 225) 210((3.3) 15 (6.7)  
Father’s Education
 Primary School (N = 74) 70 (94.6) 4 (5.4)  
 Junior High School N = (82) 79 (96.3) 3 (3.7)  
 Senior High School (N = 300) 285 (95.0) 15 (5.0) 0.802*
 College and higher (+ 324) 303 (93.5) 21 (6.5)  
 Illiterate (N = 6) 6 (100.0) 0  
Mother’s Education
 Primary School (N = 75) 73 (97.3) 2 (2.7)  
 Junior High School(N = 102) 100 (98.0) 2 (2.0)  
 Senior High School (N = 329) 310 (94.2) 19 (5.8) 0.202*
 College and higher (N = 272) 252 (92.6) 20 (7.4)  
 Illiterate (N = 8) 8 (100.0) 0  
Father’s Occupation
 Public Servant (N = 295) 279 (94.6) 16 (5.4)  
 Entrepreneur (N = 337) 321 (95.3) 16 (4.7) 0.556*
 Labourers/Farmers/Others (N = 154) 143 (92.9) 11 (7.1)  
Mother’s Occupation
 Public Servant (N = 116) 107 (92.2) 9 (7.8)  
 Entrepreneur (N = 145) 137 (91.9) 12 (8.1) 0.181*
 Labourers/Farmers/Others (N = 54) 51 (94.4) 3 (5.6)
 Housewife (N = 467) 448 (95.9) 19 (4.1)  
  1. p value using *Chi-square test and ** T test