reindoctrination

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32) Thus evacuated of personhood, West is ripe for reindoctrination, a process that begins immediately in conversation with his host, Dr.
37) Upon awakening in the twentieth century, his mind purges itself of nineteenth-century "'ideas" and "associations,'" leaving a fragmented yet malleable vessel for ideological reindoctrination.
However, several hundred members who have gone back of their own volition in recent years have not been harmed and were returned to their families after reindoctrination.
Eighty years of secularization, modernization and Westernization since the constitutional reforms of 1906-11 seem to have immunized Iranian society against wholesale reindoctrination and fanaticism.
But while the social culture foundered back into the noose of Ceausescu's mini-cultural revolution, literature continued to experiment with polyphony and cultural pluralism, resisting ideological reindoctrination.
It is assigned the important roles of reassurance and reindoctrination (called "reaffirmation" by believers).
is running reindoctrination courses for 300 Nicaraguan teachers, probably forcing them to chant in unison the works of A.