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Table 2 Odds ratios from generalized linear models predicting women’s decision-making power from treatment x literacy interaction and covariates, per decision-making item

From: Increasing literate and illiterate women’s met need for contraception via empowerment: a quasi-experiment in rural India

Treatment Literacy Large purchases Small purchases Earnings Visits Having children
Ormanjhi posttest Literate 1.000 (Ref.) 1.000 (Ref.) 1.000 (Ref.) 1.000 (Ref.) 1.000 (Ref.)
Illiterate 0.809 0.866 1.222 1.125 1.303
Burmu posttest Literate 0.735 0.485* 0.096*** 0.198*** 0.506
Illiterate 0.794 0.712 0.140*** 0.257*** 0.398
Ormanjhi pretest Literate 1.258 0.915 0.160*** 0.275*** 0.533
Illiterate 0.808 0.691 0.138*** 0.172*** 0.228**
Burmu pretest Literate 1.099 0.784 0.110*** 0.257*** 0.343
Illiterate 0.743 0.746 0.201** 0.228*** 0.539
Age   1.013 1.010 0.987 1.000 0.971*
Religion   1.326 1.140 1.263 1.153 1.372
Children   1.027 1.114* 1.168** 1.030 1.147
Radio   0.925 0.965 0.970 0.817*** 1.005
TV   0.989 0.990 0.931 1.030 0.909
Work   1.234* 1.258 1.473** 0.980 0.900
Was visited   1.050 1.333 1.143 1.416* 3.440***
Visited HC   0.966 0.939 1.303 1.066 1.040
Wald chi-square for treatment x literacy interaction 7.247 9.409 46.243*** 62.345*** 20.888**
(N) (1,790) (1,788) (1,677) (1,789) (1,782)
  1. *p < .05, **p < .01, ***p < .001.