indoctrination indoctrination  /ɪn ˌdɑk trə ˈneɪ ʃən/

Definition(s):

  • (n) teaching someone to accept doctrines uncritically

Usage(s):

  1. Political indoctrination starts at a young age in North Korea, and propaganda about Kim Il-Sung and his Juche philosophy permeate all aspects of life.
  2. After re-indoctrination, most hoi chanh go home or to a Chieu Hoi hamlet, and about 40% are drafted after a six-month grace period.
  3. And religious indoctrination that characterizes them as chosen by God and above the judgments of ordinary men.

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  1. "David feels the orientation and the indoctrination of the church school is harmful to his child," Kagin said.
    on Jan 4, 2008 By: Edwin Kagin Source: WLKY

  2. Sharon said the most important test of Palestinian leadership would be fulfilling its commitment "to put an end to terror and its infrastructures, eliminate the anarchic regime of armed gangs, and cease the incitement and indoctrination of hatred...
    on Sep 16, 2005 By: Ariel Sharon Source: Al-Bawaba

  3. "It used to be that recruits would have to travel to training camps in Afghanistan or Pakistan," said Sen. Susan Collins of Maine, the panel's ranking Republican. "Now the Internet is being used as a tool for training, indoctrination and even...
    on May 8, 2008 By: Susan Collins Source: Reuters

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