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Table 2 Socio-economic factors associated with conservation attitudes of IOS: summary of the parsimonious ordinal mixed model

From: Local preferences for three indigenous oil-seed plants and attitudes towards their conservation in the Kénédougou province of Burkina Faso, West-Africa

Terms of the model C. procera L. lanceolata
est. (se) Z p. est. (se) Z p.
Age (years old) −0.01 (0.57) −0.01 0.989 0.30 (0.22) 1.35 0.174
Young −1.90 (0.69) −2.74 0.006 −0.92 (0.23) −4.03 0.001
Residence status (indigenous) 2.90 (0.66) 4.41 0.001 - - -
Existence of market opportunities (Yes) 5.35 (2.42) 2.21 0.027 - - -
Gender (men) - - - −1.45 (0.30) −4.89 0.001
Var Village 12.37 0.00
Significance of village effect 0.001 0.122
  1. Reference levels were Adult for age, Non-residents for residence status, No for market opportunities, and Women for gender
  2. est. estimates, se standard error, Z Z statistics, p. p value, - = non-significant terms
  3. Only terms of significant factors are shown