Risk factors associated with sexual violence towards girls in Swaziland
Matthew J Breiding, Avid Reza, Jama Gulaid, Curtis Blanton, James A Mercy, Linda L Dahlberg, Nonhlanhla Dlamini & Sapna Bamrah
Volume 89, Number 3, March 2011, 203-210
Table 2. Association between the experience of sexual violence in childhooda among female respondents and potential demographic and social risk factors, Swaziland, 2007
|AOR||95% CI||AOR||95% CI|
|Relationship with mother|
|Somewhat/not very close||1.88||1.21–2.92||1.98||1.27–3.10|
|Largest no. of people lived with (at any one time)||1.04||1.01–1.07||1.04||1.01–1.06|
|Total no. of families lived with|
|Attending school at time of survey|
|Aware of sex between student and teacher|
|Average time (h) spent daily with friends|
|Physical violence witnessed or experiencede|
|Emotional violence witnessed or experiencede|
|Ever told about/witnessed someone being sexually assaultede|
AOR, adjusted odds ratio; CI, confidence interval.
a Sexual violence before the age of 18 years.
b Models controlled for age, socioeconomic status and residence (urban/rural).
c Full models included any variables that were significant in individual models (adjusted Wald χ2 for P < 0.10).
d Reference category.
e Before the age of 13 years.