I'm looking for a single word which is more akin to force feeding as opposed to being subjected to music as a child, say.
With respect the the analogy to food, I do not mean literally force-fed as it ducks or geese, and I don't mean force-fed as would be the case for medical reasons.
This is a sentence that makes sense of it:
As a child, I was force-fed sprouts, even though I didn't like them.
Here, you can image a child sat at the table looking at something they didn't to eat it and being "force-fed" in that they were forced to eat it, through, say, not letting them leave the table. More "forced to eat". I'm sure you agree this is not a case of being "subjected to" in the sense that it is not endured.
I wish to represent this concept with music. Not that a particular style of music was played all the time:
There was only ever jazz played in the house
That would be subjected to.
My dad taped headphones to my head and played jazz
That would be literal.
My parents ________ me jazz.
That is the musical version of the sprouts example with food. A parent might say:
One more song and we can go out.
You have to listen to this one it's great.
This is the best bit, don't go away.