Boundary Crossing and Bridge Building

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Twentieth-Century Physical Education gave rise to Kinesiology. Today’s Kinesiology structures and influences Physical Education. Boundary crossing and bridge building facilitate analysis of their relations and have import for investigations of career pathways and outcomes. Decisions regarding boundaries and bridges will impact the futures of Kinesiology, Physical Education, and their relations in diverse, turbulent higher education environments.

The author (Hlawson@albany.edu) is with Educational Policy & Leadership, and Social Welfare, University at Albany, State University of New York, Albany, NY, USA.

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