indoctrination

[in-dok-truh-ney-shuhn]
noun
the act of indoctrinating, or teaching or inculcating a doctrine, principle, or ideology, especially one with a specific point of view: religious indoctrination.


reindoctrination, noun
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indoctrinate (ɪnˈdɒktrɪˌneɪt)
 
vb
1.  to teach (a person or group of people) systematically to accept doctrines, esp uncritically
2.  rare to impart learning to; instruct
 
indoctri'nation
 
n
 
in'doctrinator
 
n

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Example sentences
It is not education, of course, but as political indoctrination it will be
  highly effective.
Blame it on my early indoctrination in the imperial system.
The results of this indoctrination campaign are already evident.
No indoctrination will be necessary, and he is likely to find few surprises.
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