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Unformatted text preview: IHQLQggflfil e The term bilingualism is typically used to describe the two ianguages of an individual- When the 1focus changes to two languages in society, the teem often] used is diglossia, originally derived from the Greek word {or having two languages. on Ferguson {1959) first described diglossia in terms of two varieties of the same language (dialects). Fishmao {1972, 1989) extended the idea of digiossia to two‘langoages existing side by side within a geographicai area. to in both situations, different languages or varieties may be used for different purposes. 3. Different language situations usually make one language we prestigious than the other. no Fishmain {1939) combines the terms bilingualism and diglossia to portray {oer language situations where bilingualism and diglossia may exist with or without each other. Diglossia in .l Individual 1. Diglossia and Bilingualism 3. Bilingualism without Bilingualism $291113 Uiglossia 2. "tiigltiti‘ia Withtiiit. it Neither Bilingualim upr- Bilinglal" ism nigleissiai II The territorial principle: a language beng given official status in a specific geographical area. I The personality principle: status to the language is given to individuals or groups wherever they travel in a country. :I The asymmetrical principle: an attempted merging of the territorial and personality principles. ...
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