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121 Contribution of MCD to moral craftsmanship Table 1. Characteristics of respondents (continued) Pre-measurement (n=459) Post-measurement (n=456) Control group Intervention group Control group Intervention group Sex Female 35.2% (88) 39.5% (81) 32.8% (90) 38.3% (67) Male 64.8% (162) 60.5% (124) 67.2% (184) 61.7% (108) Age 0-24 years 3.6% (9) 1.5% (3) 4.7% (13) 0.0% (0) 25-34 years 7.9% (20) 7.3% (15) 11.2% (31) 14.3% (25) 35-44 years 19.8% (50) 21.4% (44) 22.5% (62) 22.3% (39) 45-54 years 36.9% (93) 35.9% (74) 29.3% (81) 26.3% (46) 55-64 years 31.3% (79) 34.0% (70) 31.9% (88) 36.0% (63) 65 years or older 0.4% (1) 0.0% (0) 0.4% (1) 1.1% (2) Highest completed education Primary 0.4% (1) 0.0% (0) 0.4% (1) 0.0% (0) Pre-vocational secondary 21.9% (55) 11.3% (23) 18.9% (52) 8.0% (14) Senior general secondary, Preuniversity 6.0% (15) 5.4% (11) 4.4% (12) 2.8% (5) Secondary vocational 39.8% (100) 46.8% (96) 45.5% (125) 51.7% (91) Higher professional 26.3% (66) 30.2% (62) 26.5% (73) 35.2% (62) University 5.6% (14) 6.3% (13) 4.4% (12) 2.3% (4) Years in service 0-5 years 11.6% (29) 7.5% (15) 21.4% (57) 17.5% (30) 6-10 years 10.8% (27) 7.0% (14) 8.3% (22) 7.6% (13) 11-20 years 41.0% (102) 38.5% (77) 35.0% (93) 35.1% (60) 21-40+ years 36.5% (91) 47.0% (94) 35.3% (94) 39.8% (68) Main analysis: impact for all respondents As the analyses of Chi square tests and ANOVA tests were comparable, and correction for co-variates did not change the main findings, we will focus on discussing the differences in percentages between the pre- and post-measurements of the intervention group. Where relevant, we will address changes in the control group. All pre- and post-measurement results in the intervention group and control group can be found in Appendix 8. 5

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