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Table 1 Characteristics of the Turkish group from the AHM of 2005

From: The relationship between acculturation strategies and depressive and anxiety disorders in Turkish migrants in the Netherlands

  Turkish migrants
  N = 210
  n %
Gender   
Male 126 60.0
Female 84 40.0
Age (M,SD) 47.4 14.2
18 - 35 44 21.0
36 - 49 74 35.2
≥ 50 92 43.8
Education levela   
None or primary school 103 49.0
Middle education. 35 16.7
Higher education 48 22.9
Daily occupation   
Yes, job/student 60 28.6
No, unemployed. 150 81.4
Partnershipb   
Yes, partner 169 80.5
No, single 38 18.1
Acculturationc   
Integration 41 19.5
Assimilation 44 21.0
Separation 87 41.4
Marginalization 24 11.4
Depression and dysthymia (1-month) 36 17.1
Anxiety disorders (1-month) 21 10.0
Comorbidity 14 6.7
Amount of the contacts with GPd   
No contact (0) 58 27.6
Low (0-3) 90 42.9
High (>3) 61 29.0
  1. Note. Results are based on the completers only sample due to varying attrition rates on measurements. Numbers do not add up to 210, because not all participants answered all the questions. Missing values are noted in superscript: a: n = 24; b: n = 3; c: n = 14 and d: n = 59.