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Research Article

The Effect of HIV/AIDS Education on Adolescents in Trinidad and Tobago

Table 1

Demographic information for intervention and comparison groups.

Intervention
( )
Active Comparison
( )
value
% or
Mean (SD)
% or
Mean (SD)

Gender (% Male)92104
 Male39.131.7.000
 Female60.968.3
Age 9213.5410414.69.000
Race.842
 African descent9245.710437.5
 Indian descent9.818.3
 Mixed race/ethnicity44.644.2
Live with.412
 Both parents9151.110353.8
 Mother only22.826.9
 Other*2518.3
Mother’s level of education .014
 Elementary school589.8817.7
 High school42.445.2
 Some college or more8.712.5
 Trade school1.15.8
 Don’t know38.128.8
Father’s level of education.880
 Elementary school557.67410.6
 High school32.633.7
 Some college or more7.617.3
 Trade school10.97.7
 Don’t know41.330.5
Mother’s occupation.837
 Professional/business owner7928.39929.8
 Trade/clerical2534.6
 Housewife29.326
 Unemployed3.34.8
 Don’t know 14.14.8
Father’s occupation.843
 Professional/business owner8934.810330.8
 Trade/clerical42.451
 Unemployed1.13.8
 Don’t know
Religion**.113
 Protestant9266.310350.0
 Catholic18.532.7
 Other15.217.3

 *“Other” includes father only, mother and stepfather, father and stepmother, grandparents, and other relatives/people.
**“Protestant” includes Anglicans, Baptists, Pentecostals, Presbyterians, and Seventh-day Adventists. “Other” includes Hindus and Muslims.