Some scholars cite that diglossia appeared when Muslim cities emerged during the early period of Islam. The sociolinguist Charles A. Ferguson introduced the English equivalent diglossia in , using the word as the title of an article. His conceptualization of diglossia describes a society with more than one prevalent language or the high variety, which pertains to the language used in literature, newspapers, and other social institutions.
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