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Table 1 Participant characteristics (n = 75)

From: Perceived causes of mental illness and views on appropriate care pathways among Indonesians

Characteristics Total frequency Female (n = 51, 68%) Male (n = 24, 32%)
Age
 18–29 26 (34.7%) 17 (33.3%) 9 (37.5%)
 30–44 18 (24.0%) 12 (23.5%) 6 (25.0%)
 45–59 23 (30.7%) 17 (33.3%) 6 (25.0%)
 60 and above 8 (10.7%) 5 (9.8%) 3 (12.5%)
Education
 Primary school 13 (17.3%) 11 (23.4%) 2 (9.1%)
 Junior high school 14 (18.7%) 12 (25.5%) 2 (9.1%)
 High school certificate 27 (36.0%) 19 (40.4%) 8 (36.4%)
 Diploma 5 (6.7%) 1 (2.1%) 4 (18.2%)
 Undergraduate degree 9 (12.0%) 3 (6.4%) 6 (27.3%)
 Masters degree 1 (1.3%) 1(2.1%) 0
 Unknown 6 (8.0%)   
Religion
 Islam 66 (88.0%) 50 (98%) 16 (66.7%)
 Christian/roman catholic 9 (12.0%) 1 (2.0%) 8 (33.3%)
District of Domicile
 Bantul 13 (17.3%) 11 (21.6%) 2 (8.3%)
 Gunungkidul 1 (1.3%) 1 (2.0%) 0
 Kota 14 (18.7%) 6 (11.6%) 8 (33.3%)
 Kulon Progo 7 (9.3%) 5 (9.8%) 2 (8.3%)
 Sleman 40 (53.3%) 28 (54.9%) 12 (50.0%)