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Synonyms for inculcation

teaching or impressing upon the mind by frequent instruction or repetition

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To understand how far this has advanced, and how difficult it will be to reverse the inculcation of dependency, consider the data Nicholas Eberstadt deploys in National Affairs quarterly:
The military profession's inculcation of virtues, he argues, is what led the military (that is, service JAGs) to oppose abusive interrogation tactics, and it would behoove other professions to follow the military's example.
The cost also includes the construction of 2500 to 3000 housing units and public service facilities, such as schools, mosques, Holy Quran inculcation schools, public halls, health and social centres.
And, if education, rather than training, was the method of inculcation in professional ideals, the limitations of separateness could be overcome.
The rally which went on for more than one hour terminated at International Inculcation Centre, Mandir Marg.
Each workshop is some four hours in length, and offers an insight into the need of value education under the current scenario, the role of teachers in inculcation of values in the young minds, the effective teaching techniques and also sets forth an orientation as to how values can be integrated while teaching, be it language, mathematics, science or Information Technology.
They are prepared for these roles through an education that focuses on academic excellence as much as on the inculcation of a service commitment to society.
The aim of the project is to promote a healthy lifestyle and inculcation of work and athletic skills among children in the boarding school,the Interbilim says.
5) The problem with this competency is that inculcation is simply rote learning under the guise of a fancy name.
The National Policy on Education (2004), places inculcation of permanent literacy and numeracy, and ability to communicate effectively as one of the objectives of school education.
According to the report, the rise of militancy in Pakistan during 2008 and 2009 and the resulting military operation in the Swat valley can be traced back to the inculcation of radical ideologies among the youth in the tribal region.
But it all begins with the inculcation of extremist beliefs.
Candidate countries must incorporate new political and economic regulations and assimilate to foreign cultural expectations while the EU must delicately implement the inculcation of its values and directives on potential and new member states.
Lastly and not the least adult education shall be made functional for inculcation and acquisitions of skills, in the state, he adds.
For example, Payne suggests that poor people have easy access to guns; inculcation of such expectations might lead professionals to express fear when working with poor families.