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Table 1 Sociodemographic information and traumatic experiences

From: Trauma and perceived social rejection among Yazidi women and girls who survived enslavement and genocide

  Total sample (n = 416) Non-slaves (n = 351) Formerly enslaved (n = 65)
Age, mean (SD)a 31.68 (12.63) 30.48 (11.15) 38.16 (17.42)
Current marital status, n (%)
 Single 90 (21.6) 79 (22.5) 11 (16.9)
 Married 326 (78.4) 272 (77.5) 54 (83.1)
Formal education, mean (SD)a 2.78 (3.69) 2.9 (3.74) 2.12 (3.40)
Place of growing up, n (%)
 Town 160 (38.5) 135 (38.5) 25 (38.5)
 Village 256 (61.5) 216 (61.5) 40 (61.5)
Occupation, n (%)
 Currently working 26 (6.3) 18 (5.1) 8 (12.3)
 Currently not working 390 (93.8) 333 (94.9) 57 (87.7)
Having regular income, n (%)
 No 365 (87.7) 311 (88.6) 54 (83.1)
 Yes 51 (12.3) 40 (11.4) 11 (16.9)
Individual monthly income, mean (SD)b 27,824.51 (105,596.48) 25,470.08 (100,864.08) 40,538.46 (128,349.26)
Number of children, mean (SD) 3.26 (3.12) 3.19 (3.17) 3.60 (2.86)
 Number of boys, mean (SD) 1.65 (1.83) 1.62 (1.84) 1.81 (1.75)
 Number of girls, mean (SD) 1.59 (1.76) 1.56 (1.76) 1.78 (1.76)
Number of lifetime displacements, mean (SD) 1.10 (0.5) 1.11 (0.53) 1.06 (0.24)
Age during war, mean (SD)a 28.96 (12.68) 27.68 (11.17) 35.87 (17.40)
Location during war
 Town 161 (38.7) 137 (39) 24 (36.9)
 Village 255 (61.3) 214 (61) 41 (63.1)
Number of family members directly affected by ISIS, mean (SD)c 6.16 (12.71) 4.20 (10.43) 16.73 (17.83)
Receiving psychosocial support
 No 339 (81.5) 294 (83.8) 45 (69.2)
 Yes 77 (18.5) 57 (16.2) 20 (30.8)
Traumatic events, mean (SD)d 5.79 (3.02) 5.79 (3.02) 12.15 (4.30)
 War-related events mean (SD)e 3.40 (2.05) 3.40 (2.05) 7.38 (2.19)
 General life eventsf 2.76 (2.37) 2.39 (2.01) 4.76 (3.08)
  1. a In years
  2. b In Iraqi Dinar
  3. c Score range: 0–140
  4. d Score range: 0–25
  5. e Score range: 0–10
  6. f Score range: 0–15