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Table 2 Study sample characteristics

From: Adaptation and testing of psychosocial assessment instruments for cross-cultural use: an example from the Thailand Burma border

  Step 2 N, (%) Step 4 N, (%)
Total N 158 66
Gender   
Male 82, (52%) 35, (53%)
Female 76, (48%) 31, (47%)
Ages   
18-24 29, (18%) 14, (21%)
25-34 58, (37%) 25, (38%)
35-44 43, (27%) 19, (19%)
45-59 24, (15%) 6, (9%)
>60 4, (3%) 0, (0%)a
Marital status   
Divorced 12, (8%) 9, (14%)
Married 88, (56%) 21, (32%)
single 49, (31%) 26, (39%)
Widowed 9, (5%) 4, (6%)b
Education   
None 10, (6%) 6, (9%)
Primary school (1-4 standard) 13, (8%) 3, (5%)
Middle school (5-6 standard) 31, (20%) 17, (36%)
High school (9-10 standard) 28, (18%) 14, (21%)
More than high school (post 10) 76, (48%) 26, (40%)
Primary ethnic group   
sgaw Karen 8, (5%) 11, (17%)
Pwo Karen 8, (5%) 0, (0%)
shan 3, (2%) 1, (2%)
Pa-O 4, (3%) 0, (0%)
Mon 4, (3%) 2, (3%)
Burman 114, (72%) 43, (65%)
Other 17, (11%) 9, (13%)
  1. a2 people missing age.
  2. b6 people missing marital status.