Freedom from Fear

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Brainwashing young people into violent extremist cults You or your institution have access to this content

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Author(s):
Steven Hassan
19 July 2017
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5
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3,
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2017,
Issue:
13
Pages:
18–22
http://dx.doi.org/10.18356/d37f4d01-en

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The phenomenon of people and organizations using “undue influence” techniques to recruit and indoctrinate young (and old) people has reached epidemic proportions. While victim-centered approaches are now being discussed and utilized in trafficking realms, little attention has been given to the actual techniques and behavioral methods that can be used to enslave a person into a new “pseudo-identity” which is dependent and obedient to their controller.