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Table 2 Logistic regressions predicting help from social networks

From: Culture’s influence on social network vulnerabilities for ethnic minorities in rural disaster events

  Model 1 Model 2 Model 3
B B B
Exp(B) Exp(B) Exp(B)
Total damage .020a .022a .022a
1.020 1.022 1.022
Income in hundreds − .001 − .001 − .001
.999 .999 .999
Single head of household − .321 − .142 − .142
.725 .867 .867
Number of children − .025 − .061 − .061
.975 .941 .941
Age − .002 − .002 − .002
.998 .998 .998
Length of residency .031b .036a .036a
1.031 1.037 1.037
Anglo .919a .381 1.540a
2.508 1.463 4.662
Hispanic    1.159a
   3.187
African-American   − 1.159a  
  .314  
Constant − 1.198 − 1.060 −2.219b
.302 .346 .109
-2 log likelihood 206.498 199.164 199.164
Cox and Snell .096 .131 .131
  1. aMean difference significant at the .05 level
  2. bMean differences significant at the .10 level