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Franklin, Karl J., and Roman Stefaniw. 1992. The “Pandanus languages” of the Southern Highlands Province, Papua New Guinea: A further report. In Tom Dutton, (ed.). Culture change, language change: Case studies from Melanesia, 1–6. Pacific Linguistics Series C-120. Canberra: Australian National University.
Stefaniw, Roman. 2015. Negotiating the final form of the text. Paper presented at Bible Translation Conference 2015, Dallas, Texas. October 16-20, 2015.
Stefaniw, Roman. 2009. Miscue analysis, relevance theory, and worldview. Paper presented at Bible Translation Conference 2009, Dallas, Texas. October 16–20, 2009.
Stefaniw, Roman. 2007. Experiential learning and training Bible translation consultants: Application of five orientations. Paper presented at Bible Translation Conference 2007, Dallas, Texas, October 15–17, 2007.