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"Indoctrination is now largely seen by philosophers and other educators as a negative and coercive process in which students are taught what to think as distinct from how to think."
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McLaren, P., & Pruyn, M. (1996). Indoctrination. In J. J. Chambliss (Ed.), Philosophy of education: An encyclopedia (pp. 303-305). New York: Garland Publishing.
In J.J. Chambliss (Ed.), Philosophy of Education: An Encyclopedia. Dr. McLaren's chapter begins on page 303.