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Table. 4.

Table. 4.

Difference on male friendliness in nursing program, major satisfaction and gender-role stereotype according to general characteristics (N=193)

Characteristics Categories n t or F (p)

Male friendliness Major satisfaction Gender-role stereotype
Completed woman’s health courses Completed 95 −4.53 (<.001) −1.72 (.086) 1.62 (.107)
Not completed 98
Age (year) ≤22 80 0.70 (.487) −0.47 (.642) 0.372 (.710)
>22 100
School year 1a 55 7.68 (<.001) (a>d, b>c, d) 3.46 (.017) (a>c) 3.53 (.016) (a, d>b)
2b 27
3c 74
4d 37
Military service Serveda 125 1.18 (.309) 9.30 (<.001) (a, b>d) 5.33 (.002) (d>a)
Not servedb 54
Exemptedc 6
Othersd 8
Religion Have 76 .283 (.777) 1.45 (.148) −.14 (.895)
None 117
Perceived social class (n=189)a) Upper classa 6 14.11 (.003) (b<d) 2.30 (.513) 6.45 (.091)
Upper middle classb 66
Lower middle classc 93
Lower classd 24
Presence of nurses among relatives Yes 110 −1.69 (.092) −0.79 (.429) 2.14 (.033)
No 76
Presence of a sister Yes 107 −2.94 (.004) −0.01 (.990) 0.94 (.350)
No 86

a)Kruskal Wallis test. Kruskal Wallis’s H value.

post-hoc: Tamhane test.

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