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Lara M. Duke, Jennifer P. Gorman, and Jennifer M. Browne

increasing automation. The World Economic Forum speaks to the Fourth Industrial Revolution creating significant changes for existing jobs but also providing new opportunities for career paths that are yet to be created ( Weise et al., 2018 ; World Economic Forum, 2019 ). While higher education does not

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Alan L. Smith, Karl Erickson, and Leapetswe Malete

that characterize what has been labeled the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR; Schwab, 2015 ). The implications of technological developments on a variety of fronts (e.g., biotechnology, artificial intelligence) for youth sport are yet to be determined, and therefore our comments are more speculative

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Alan L. Smith and Jeffrey T. Fairbrother

not so much pending as it is upon us—with particular impact in the Northeast and Midwest United States. We would consider the Fourth Industrial Revolution whereby the digital, physical, psychological, and social features of work and the broader human experience are merging and reconfiguring in

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Alan L. Smith and Daniel Gould

sport, youth sport as public health, and youth sport as it evolves during the Fourth Industrial Revolution ( Schwab, 2015 ), a period to be marked by technological advances that blur existing boundaries between the digital, physical, psychological, and social spheres. As has been the case over the past