Through their involvement, the participants have the capacity to overcome social, working and educational exclusion on their own by producing their own transformation (García-Carrión, 2015). In the case of Scientific Dialogic Gatherings (SDGs), it is necessary to take into account the traditional difficulty of accessing scientific knowledge and, therefore, the achievement and the evolution of the participants in the present process.
"The people who participate [...] transform the meaning of their lives in the way they want to. The texts read, comments shared, and educational exclusions overcome lead to the opening up of previously unexplored spaces and experiences. Progressing from a position of exclusion to one of cultural creation profoundly affects their family, work, and personal relationships." (Flecha, 2000, p. 15)
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