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Table 2 Educational support

From: Multiple frames of success: how second-generation immigrants experience educational support and belonging in higher education

 EncouragementEncouragementEncouragement parentsEncouragement siblingsEncouragement familyEncouragement friendsEncouragement othersSupport fellow students
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First generation0.373**0.369**0.2330.772**−0.6100.1420.272− 0.604*
0.1130.1130.1440.1530.3630.1440.2870.259
Second generation0.0250.069− 0.0510.409**− 0.0670.1360.235− 0.520*
0.1060.1060.1230.1380.2550.1310.3540.234
Men− 0.244**− 0.256**− 0.246**− 0.188**− 0.314**− 0.325**− 0.305**− 0.035
0.0300.0300.0350.0400.0720.0380.0940.067
First gen. * Men0.0000.015− 0.075− 0.3350.122− 0.089− 0.7090.412
0.2030.2030.2620.2730.7890.2650.4990.496
Second gen. * Men0.2850.3010.2630.358− 0.3900.3440.5630.168
0.2070.2070.2420.2650.4550.2560.5300.769
Parents’ highest level of education (ref: high school)
 Bachelor’s degree 0.165**0.272**0.154**0.0590.057− 0.0080.082
 0.0290.0340.0380.0750.0360.0910.059
 Master’s degree 0.224**0.373**0.198**0.0400.040− 0.0230.059
 0.0370.0430.0480.0940.0460.1240.076
 No information 0.089*0.162**0.131*− 0.198− 0.060− 0.0880.003
 0.0450.0530.0590.1210.0560.1270.101
Control variablesYesYesYesYesYesYesYesYes
Constant3.125**3.008**3.223**2.507**2.951**3.089**3.029**5.357**
0.0310.0350.0410.0460.0740.0440.0860.057
df1417171713171413
N79217921775671502194764414053342
R29.8%10.4%13.8%6.5%5.5%7.1%3.6%0.07%
  1. Control variables include age, study programme and panel wave
  2. ***p ≤ 0.001; **p ≤ 0.01; *p ≤ 0.05