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Table 1 Means, standard deviations, and correlations

From: Perceived leader integrity as a mediator between ethical leadership and ethical climate in a teaching context

 VariableMSD1234567
1Gender      
2Marital status     
3Job position−.17**.40***    
4Education−.04.31***.53***   
5Age−.07.40***.37***.29***  
6Ethical leadership38.098.17.06.01.07.08−.02 
7PLI107.9817.64−.12*−.01.12*.02.01.25***
8Ethical climate67.7210.96−.10−.13*−.06−.01.02.42***.25***
  1. N = 336, * = p < .05 (2-tailed), ** = p < .01 (2-tailed), *** = p < .001 (2-tailed). PLI Perceived leader integrity. Gender was coded 0 = male, 1 = female; marital status: 0 = single, 1 = married; job position: 0 = junior staff, 1 = senior staff; education: 1 = teacher training, 2 = secondary school, 3 = OND/NCE, 4 = HND/bachelor degree, 5 = postgraduate degree, such that higher scores indicated higher educational qualification. Age was coded 1 = < 25 years, 2 = 25–40 years, 3 = 41–56 years, 4 = > 56, with higher scores representing older age