American Anthropologist • Vol/Iss. 124(2) • Wiley Periodicals LLC • • Published In • Pages: 279-290 •
By Wutich, Amber, Rosinger, Asher, Brewis, Alexandra, Beresford, Melissa, Young, Sera L., Household Water Insecurity Experiences Research Coordination Network
Households that neither gave or received water in the past 4 weeks have lower odds of reporting shame, upset, anger, or conflict than households that did one or both.
An unexpected result was that giving water increased the odds of reporting shame by 1.5 times. Receiving water was estimated to increase water-shame 2.5 times.
|Mixed effects logistic regression||Supported||p< .05||UNKNOWN||UNKNOWN|
|Variable Name||Variable Type||OCM Term(s)|
|Conflict||Dependent||Drives And Emotions, Ingroup Antagonisms|
|Shame||Dependent||Drives And Emotions|
|Anger||Dependent||Drives And Emotions|
|Upset||Dependent||Drives And Emotions|
|Neither receiving nor gifting water||Independent||Mutual Aid|
|Receiving and/ or gifting water||Independent||Mutual Aid|