Name-based derivatives suffixed with -izm /-yzm in the current political discourse in Poland

@article{Gralczyk2020NamebasedDS,
  title={Name-based derivatives suffixed with -izm /-yzm in the current political discourse in Poland},
  author={Iwona G{\'o}ralczyk and Joanna Paszenda},
  journal={Polymer Journal},
  year={2020},
  volume={22},
  pages={21-40}
}
The present study offers a cognitive linguistic account of selected recent derivatives in -izm/-yzm, such as jakizm, cejrowskizm, erdoganizm and petruizm(y)pl. Over a hundred complex nouns of this type, employing a politician’s or a public figure’s name as the derivational base, have been culled from online written sources. The coinages under analysis are mostly occasionalisms that are currently used in informal and semi-formal political discourse in Poland. Both their morpho-syntactic and… 
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