Embodied Conversational Agents as Social Actors? Sociological Considerations on changing human-machine relations in online environments

Muhle F (2016)
In: Socialbots and Their Friends. Gehl RW, Bakardjieva M (Eds); London u.a.: Routledge: 86--109.

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Muhle F. Embodied Conversational Agents as Social Actors? Sociological Considerations on changing human-machine relations in online environments. In: Gehl RW, Bakardjieva M, eds. Socialbots and Their Friends. London u.a.: Routledge; 2016: 86--109.
Muhle, F. (2016). Embodied Conversational Agents as Social Actors? Sociological Considerations on changing human-machine relations in online environments. In R. W. Gehl & M. Bakardjieva (Eds.), Socialbots and Their Friends (pp. 86--109). London u.a.: Routledge.
Muhle, F. (2016). “Embodied Conversational Agents as Social Actors? Sociological Considerations on changing human-machine relations in online environments” in Socialbots and Their Friends, Gehl, R. W., and Bakardjieva, M. eds. (London u.a.: Routledge), 86--109.
Muhle, F., 2016. Embodied Conversational Agents as Social Actors? Sociological Considerations on changing human-machine relations in online environments. In R. W. Gehl & M. Bakardjieva, eds. Socialbots and Their Friends. London u.a.: Routledge, pp. 86--109.
F. Muhle, “Embodied Conversational Agents as Social Actors? Sociological Considerations on changing human-machine relations in online environments”, Socialbots and Their Friends, R.W. Gehl and M. Bakardjieva, eds., London u.a.: Routledge, 2016, pp.86--109.
Muhle, F.: Embodied Conversational Agents as Social Actors? Sociological Considerations on changing human-machine relations in online environments. In: Gehl, R.W. and Bakardjieva, M. (eds.) Socialbots and Their Friends. p. 86--109. Routledge, London u.a. (2016).
Muhle, Florian. “Embodied Conversational Agents as Social Actors? Sociological Considerations on changing human-machine relations in online environments”. Socialbots and Their Friends. Ed. Robert W. Gehl and Maria Bakardjieva. London u.a.: Routledge, 2016. 86--109.
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