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Table 2 Sociodemographic characteristics of the study participants

From: HIV knowledge and stigma among dietetic students in Indonesia: implications for the nutrition education system

Variables State University (N = 309) Private University (N = 207) Total (N = 516)
Age (years, mean ± SE) 20.7 ± 0.04 20.7 ± 0.07 20.7 ± 0.04
Gender (n, %)
 Male 15 (4.9) 16 (7.7) 31 (6.0)
 Female 294 (95.1) 191 (92.3) 485 (94.0)
College year (n, %)
 Junior 164 (53.1) 107 (51.7) 271 (52.5)
 Senior 145 (46.9) 100 (48.3) 245 (47.5)
Ethnicity (n, %) *
 Java 239 (77.3) 81 (39.1) 320 (62.0)
 Non-Java 70 (22.7) 126 (60.9) 196 (38.0)
Religion (n, %) *
 Islam 257 (83.2) 129 (62.3) 386 (74.8)
 Non-Islam 52 (16.8) 78 (37.7) 130 (25.2)
Marital status (n, %)
 Married 1 (0.3) 2 (1.0) 3 (0.6)
 Single / not married 308 (99.7) 205 (99.0) 513 (99.4)
Domicile of origin (n, %) *
 Urban 182 (58.9) 103 (49.7) 285 (55.2)
 Sub-urban 62 (20.1) 36 (17.4) 98 (19.0)
 Rural 65 (21.0) 68 (32.9) 133 (25.8)
  1. n number of participants, SE standard error of the mean
  2. *statistically different at p < 0.05 (comparisons between university groups with Chi-squared test)