Sample Characteristics By Gender
Several demographic characteristics were examined
by gender of participant. These data are presented in Table Two. More females
than males report receiving KTAP (c2 (1) = 12.04, p<.001).
Specifically, of all of the KTAP recipients in the sample, 25% are male, whereas
75% are female; in contrast, of the participants who do not receive KTAP, 67.3%
are male, whereas only 32.7% are female. Of
the respondents who own their own home, significantly more participants are male
(70.3%) than are female (29.7%), c2 (1) = 6.01, p<.01.
Female participants reported having more school-aged children living at
home than did males (MFemale = 1.87, MMale = 1.02, t (77)
= -2.56, p<.01). Females were m ore likely than were males to report
being unemployed, whereas males were more likely than females to report being
employed full-time, c2 (2) = 13.88, p<.001.
Table Two: Sample Characteristics By Gender
p<.01 *** p<.001