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Table 3 Separate logistic regression analyses between age-bridging contacts and women’s self-rated depression for various subgroups within the sample. Odds ratios (OR) with 95 % confidence intervals (CI)

From: Social capital – a mixed blessing for women? A cross-sectional study of different forms of social relations and self-rated depression in Moscow

  OR 95 % CI p n Nagelkerke
Age
 18–40 years 0.45 0.26–0.80** 0.006 239 0.057
 41–94 years 0.90 0.61–1.32 0.582 441 0.002
Educational level
 High 0.55 0.33–0.92** 0.021 341 0.027
 Medium 1.14 0.67–1.95 0.628 215 0.002
 Low 0.61 0.31–1.19 0.144 124 0.022
Economic problems
 Few 0.50 0.31–0.81* 0.005 295 0.052
 Many 0.98 0.64–1.50 0.915 385 0.012
Marital status
 Married/cohabiting 0.75 0.49–1.17 0.210 337 0.006
 Divorced/widowed 0.80 0.46–1.40 0.438 236 0.009
 Never married 0.44 0.18–1.08 0.072 105 0.045
Small children
 Children 0–5 years 0.21 0.06–0.68* 0.010 63 0.217
 No small children 0.80 0.58–1.12 0.191 617 0.004
Nature of work
 Manual labour 0.88 0.37–2.08 0.774 84 0.001
 Manual labour, skilled 0.50 0.19–1.27 0.145 76 0.039
 Intellectual work 0.82 0.43–1.57 0.547 141 0.004
 Intellectual work, skilled 0.57 0.32–1.02 0.056 253 0.035
 Intellectual work, leading position 1.07 0.21–5.43 0.931 41 0.031
  1. *p < 0.05 **p < 0.005 ***p < 0.001
  2. NOTE: Standardised according to the educational-level proportions of the Moscow City population given in the 2002 census for the population over 18 years