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ⓘ Polyglossia

Polyglossia is a noun that refers to the coexistence of multiple languages in one society or area. It was first used in the 1970s in the Academic journal "International Migration Review". Polyglossia is a useful term for describing situations where more than two distinct varieties are used for clearly distinct purposes.

                                     
  • Together. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan 1997. pp. 218 29 From Polyglossia to Disglossia: Defining Chronotope, Authority, and Subversion in Raining
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