Table 1. Measures of association between key sociocultural characteristics and the Livelihood Diversity Index and Wealth Index.


 
Gender of household head Ethnicity
Highest education in household Age of household head Household size
Gender of household head
 
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P = 7.501
p = 0.024

 
F = 0.000
p = 0.991
 
F = 0.051
p = 0.822
 
F = 0.366
p = 0.546
 
Ethnicity
 
--
 
--
 
F = 0.629
p = 0.429
 
F = 0.079
p = 0.779
 
F = 6.724
p = 0.011
df = 1;138

 
Highest education in household
 
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--
 
--
 
§K = -0.042
p = 0.511
 
K = 0.255
p < 0.000

 
Age of household head
 
--
 
--
 
--
 
--
 
K = 0.285
p < 0.000

 
Livelihood Diversity
 
F = 0.634
p = 0.427
 
F = 1.945
p = 0.165
 
K = 0.036
p = 0.581
 
K = 0.122
p = 0.038

 
K = 0.283
p < 0.000

 
Wealth Index
 
F =12.048
p = 0.001
df = 1;142

 
F = 25.751
p < 0.000
df = 12;138

 
K = 0.218
p < 0.000

 
K = 0.201
p < 0.000

 
K = 0.347
p < 0.000

 
Resilience Index
 
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--
 
--
 
K = 0.144
p = 0.011

 
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Notes: Tests were not run for the Resilience Index against those characteristics that contribute to it. Relationships significant at below the 0.1 level are bold.
P = Pearson Chi-square test value
F = ANOVA test value, with first df value being numerator and second being denominator
§K = Kendall’s tau-b test value