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Table 4 Ordinal logit regression results of parenting orientation

From: From capital to habitus: class differentiation of family educational patterns in urban China

Variables Model 4 Model 5 Model 6
Intolerable to contradict teacher Children can choose their own activities Discuss activities with children
  B (S.E.) B (S.E.) B (S.E.)
Eighth gradera −0.227 (0.068)** 0.074 (0.070) −0.005 (0.064)
Male studentb −0.007 (0.051) 0.195 (0.043)*** 0.112 (0.059)
Han studentc 0.131 (0.154) 0.106 (0.136) 0.096 (0.130)
Father interviewedd 0.058 (0.056) −0.022 (0.058) 0.105 (0.059)
Urban parente −0.051 (0.065) −0.234 (0.073)** 0.040 (0.064)
Parental higher edu.f 0.231 (0.060)*** −0.303 (0.081)** 0.072 (0.070)
Ln of per family income 0.010 (0.033) −0.050 (0.028) 0.028 (0.035)
Parents’ occu. classg    
 Upper middle class 0.105 (0.083) 0.079 (0.088) 0.183 (0.088)*
 Lower middle class 0.014 (0.066) −0.048 (0.066) 0.036 (0.066)
Parents’ subjective classh    
 Upper middle class −0.038 (0.095) −0.073 (0.093) −0.018 (0.090)
 Lower middle class −0.079 (0.098) −0.012 (0.096) 0.152 (0.098)
 Unable to classify −0.002 (0.100) 0.002 (0.091) 0.140 (0.097)
Cutpoint 1 0.208 (0.305) −3.177 (0.236)*** 0.331 (0.274)
Cutpoint 2 1.101 (0.309)*** −1.441 (0.216)*** 2.403 (0.284)***
Cutpoint 3 2.015 (0.323)*** 0.486 (0.219)* 3.986 (0.308)***
  1. N = 5411. The reference categories for each variable are as follows: afourth grader, bfemale, cminority, dmother, erural household, fdid not receive higher education, goccupational lower class, and hsubjective lower class. Coefficients in the table are nonstandardized regression coefficients; standard errors in parentheses are robust standard errors controlling for classroom cluster effects
  2. *p < 0.05, **p < 0.01, ***p < 0.001