Analytic induction and constant comparison were utilized to analyze data. The procedures suggested by Goetz and LeCompte was employed, the procedures were as follows: (a) peruse interview and field note transcripts (b) identify information related to each knowledge sources (c) group similar information into categories (d) determine whether categories are consistent or not (e) organize categories (f) draw themes and (g) verify themes.
In the case that more questions will arise during the data analysis, follow-up interviews will be used to obtain more information from the participants. In this study, informal and formal interviews, field notes, and documents were analyzed inductively and triangulated to enhance trustworthiness.
The taped transcriptions were given back to the participant for a member check. The participant was asked to read the transcripts to clarify and correct any incorrect information. Further, after identifying the findings, the researcher asked the participant to review and confirm findings. After reviewing the findings, the participant responded by electronic mail that “I agree with the content in your findings.
The conclusions and interpretations are accurate and reflect my thoughts as a security guard.” Sports experience and media attraction were revealed as factors to influence participants to enter security science majors. They desired to have a career that I can do well with their martial art skills. Sports experience: most participants previously played martial arts and participated in the competitive levels of tournaments. They wanted to utilize their talents in martial arts for their jobs. They believed that they could be successful if they enter the security science program in colleges