Roger Lass

Roger Lass

is author of the following articles:

image not available
Lass, Roger. 2004. “Texts as linguistic objects”. In Categorization in the History of English, 147
image not available
Lass, Roger. 1996. “Language universals and evolutionary bottlenecks”. In Theoretical Linguistics and Grammatical Description: Papers in honour of Hans-Heinrich Lieb, 191–200
image not available
Lass, Roger. 1992. “What are language histories histories of?”. In Prospects for a New Structuralism, 243
image not available
Lass, Roger. 1990. “Where do Extraterritorial Englishes come from? Dialect input and recodification in transported Englishes”. In Papers from the 5th International Conference on English Historical Linguistics, 245
image not available
Lass, Roger. 1987. “On sh*tting the door in modern English”. In Explanation and Linguistic Change, 251
image not available
Lass, Roger. 1987. “Language, speakers, history and drift”. In Explanation and Linguistic Change, 151
image not available
Lass, Roger and Susan Wright. 1986. “Endogeny Vs. Contact”. English World-Wide 7:2, 201–223
image not available
Lass, Roger and Susan Wright. 1985. “The south African Chain-shift”. In Papers from the 4th International Conference on English Historical Linguistics, Amsterdam, April 10–13, 1985, 137
image not available
Lass, Roger. 1975. “17 How Intrinsic is Content? Markedness, Sound Change, and 'Family Universals'”. In Essays on the Sound Pattern of English, 475–504