This means that after the first stage of observation, analysis and classification of facts, a hypothesis is derived that solves the problem. One way to carry out the inductive method is proposed, based on repeated observation of objects or events of the same nature, a conclusion for all objects or events of this nature.
Inductive reasoning can be complete (approaching a deductive reasoning and the conclusion does not provide more information than given by the premises) or incomplete (the conclusion goes beyond the data provided by the premises; large amount of data, more likely. However, the truth of the premises does not guarantee the truth of the conclusion).
In our study, the observer will behave as an actor. We can therefore say that the inductive method will assist the observer to fully participate in the process, which will consequently lead to the formulation of principles interpreting the observation.