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Sociology In the subfield of sociology called the sociology of knowledge, controversy over the boundaries of autonomy stopped at the concept of relative autonomy,<ref>BOURDIEU, 2001 (MARANHÃO, 2005; 2006; 2007; SOBRAL & MARANHÃO, 2008</ref> until a typology of autonomy was created and developed within science and technology studies. According to it, the contemporary form of science's existing autonomy is the reflexive autonomy: actors and structures within the scientific field are able to translate or to reflect diverse themes presented by social and political fields, as well as influence them regarding the thematic choices on research projects.
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