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Ludemir, Ana Bernarda
Languages: English
Types: Doctoral thesis
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A cross-sectional study was carried out in a low income area of Olinda, in the state\ud of Pernambuco, Northeast Brazil, to investigate the specific links between social class\ud and the prevalence of common mental disorders (CMD) assessed by the Self Reporting\ud Questionnaire (SRQ-20). The analysis brought together a wide range of potential\ud explanatory variables grouped under four headings: demographic characteristics,\ud socioeconomic status (SES), employment and migration.\ud Prior to adjustment, statistically significant associations were found between CMD and\ud all SES variables (literacy, years of schooling, own occupation, income distribution,\ud housing conditions, possession of household appliances), except housing tenure. After\ud adjustment for all measures of SES, gender, age and marital status, CMD was more\ud common in those with less education (X: for linear trend=10.37, df=l, p
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