Northern Illinois University: Research and Artistry Facilitation Grant, 2016.
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Guzman, A.L. (Ed.). (in press). Human-Machine Communication: Rethinking Communication, Technology, and Ourselves. In S. Jones (Series Ed.), Digital Formations. New York: Peter Lang. TOC
Guzman, A.L. (in press). What is human-machine communication, anyway? In A.L. Guzman (Ed.)., Human-machine communication: Rethinking communication, technology, and ourselves (pp. 1-28). New York: Peter Lang. Author draft.
Guzman, A.L. (2018). Voices in and of the machine: Source orientation toward mobile virtual assistants. Computers in Human-Behavior. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chb.2018.08.009
Guzman, A.L. (2018). Beyond extraordinary: Theorizing artificial intelligence and the self in daily life. In. Z. Papacharissi (Ed.), A Networked Self: Human Augmentics, Artificial Intelligence, Sentience (pp. 83-96). New York: Routledge. Author draft.
Guzman, A.L. (2017). Making AI safe for humans: A conversation with Siri. In R.W. Gehl and M. Bakardjieva (Eds)., Socialbots & Their Friends: Digital Media and the Automation of Sociality (pp. 69-82). New York: Routledge. Author draft.
Guzman, A.L. (2016). The messages of mute machines: Human-Machine Communication with industrial technologies. Communication +1, 5, Article 4. doi: 10.7275/R57P8WBW
Guzman, A. L. (2015). Evolution of news frames during the 2011 Egyptian Revolution: Critical discourse analysis of Fox News’s and CNN’s framing of protesters, Mubarak, & the Muslim Brotherhood. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 93(1), 1-19, doi: 10.1177/1077699015606677.
Guzman, A. L., & Jones, S. (2014). Napster and the press: Framing music technology, First Monday, 19 10). http://dx.doi.org/10.5210/fm.v19i10.5545