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Table 1 The sociodemographic characteristics of the participants in the three groups: A, B, C

From: The effect of sexual health education on sexual activity, sexual quality of life, and sexual violence in pregnancy: a prospective randomized controlled trial

Variable Group A Group B Group C P-Value
Mean ± SD or N (%) Mean ± SD or N (%) Mean ± SD or N (%)
Age
 Pregnant woman 28.30 ± 5.49 28.64 ± 4.39 29.37 ± 4.92 0.319a
 Husband 33.54 ± 5.31 32.64 ± 4.34 33.45 ± 4.99 0.59a
Pregnancy number 1.82 ± 1.00 1.79 ± 0.74 1.61 ± 0.69 0.506a
Duration of marriage 7.04 ± 4.78 6.02 ± 4.12 6.10 ± 3.88 0.08a
Pregnant Woman’s Education
 High school diploma or  less 37 (74) 35 (66) 27 (52.9) 0.706b
 Associate or bachelor’s degree 11 (22) 15 (28.3) 14 (27.5)
 Master’s degree or PhD 2 (4) 3 (5.7) 10 (19.6)
Husband’s Education
 High school diploma or less 35 (70) 39 (73.6) 26 (51) 0.904b
 Associate or bachelor’s degree 13 (26) 12 (22.6) 20 (39.2)
 Master’s degree or PhD 2 (4) 2 (3.8) 5 (9.8)
Pregnant Woman’s Occupation
 Unemployed 45 (90) 48 (90.6) 35 (68.6) 0./3c
 Employed 5 (10) 5 (9.4) 16 (31.4)
Husband’s Occupation
 Employed 5 (10) 8 (15.1) 9 (17.6) 0.438c
 Self-Employed 26 (52) 30 (56.6) 31 (60.8)
 Other 19 (38) 15 (28.3) 11 (21.6)
  1. aThe one-way ANOVA
  2. bKruskal-Wallis test
  3. cThe chi-square test