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Table 5 Correlation coefficients between socio-economic position variables and p-values and crude associations between area-level and socio-economic position variables

From: Socio-economic factors associated with maternal health-seeking behaviours among women from poor households in rural Egypt

  Socio-cultural resourcefulness Economic resourcefulness Dwelling quality Woman´s status
A. Correlation coefficients between socio-economic position variables and p-values
Socio-cultural resourcefulness 1.0000    
Economic resourcefulness -0.0068 (0.749) 1.0000   
Dwelling quality 0.1687 (<0.001) 0.0084 (0.691) 1.0000  
Woman´s status -0.0299 (0.157) 0.0411 (0.052) 0.0028 (0.896) 1.0000
B. Crude associations between area-level and socio-economic position variables
   Mean (SE) Mean (SE) Mean (SE) Mean (SE)
Village size Small (<6,500) -0.016 (0.082) -0.058 (0.078) -0.105 (0.062) 0.085 (0.096)
  Medium (6,500-14,499) -0.048 (0.078) 0.165 (0.047) -0.070 (0.087) -0.063 (0.075)
  Large (>14,500) 0.033 (0.084) 0.032 (0.062) 0.041 (0.054) 0.037 (0.048)
  p-value 0.200 <0.001 <0.001 0.017
District size Small (<249K) -0.085 (0.065) 0.130 (0.042) -0.080 (0.078) -0.031 (0.046)
  Medium (250K-349K) -0.028 (0.093) 0.122 (0.061) 0.031 (0.048) 0.009 (0.102)
  Large (>350K) 0.105 (0.095) -0.067 (0.070) 0.003 (0.077) 0.066 (0.056)
  p-value <0.001 <0.001 0.009 0.096
Governorate Assiut 0.018 (0.075) -0.024 (0.050) -0.012 (0.060) 0.019 (0.046)
  Sohag -0.033 (0.063) 0.185 (0.045) -0.032 (0.054) 0.008 (0.066)
  p-value 0.216 <0.001 0.564 0.791
  1. SE - standard error. P-value of ANOVA.