Education and Re-Education in Ideological Organizations and Their Implications for Children

Stephen A. Kent , Ph.D., professor of sociology at the University of Alberta at Edmonton, Canada.

 

Abstract:

This article attempts to identify commonalities among alternative religions and other high-demand ideologies that explain why so many of these groups have failed to keep their young “in the faith” as adults. I hypothesize that, in conjunction with ongoing demands entailed in sectarian membership, the ways in which these groups resocialize first-generation converts frequently make the education of the second generation insufficient to ensure their loyalty into their own child-bearing years….

 

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