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Suri Duitch

What Is the Future of Work? When it comes to the study of bodies and their movements, technology will have the greatest impact on the future of work. Certain images come to mind when considering the future of kinesiology. Among them are wearable computers accurately measuring muscle exertion and

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Wendy Wheeler and Heather Van Mullem

Kinesiology Association ( 2021 ) defines the academic discipline of kinesiology and acknowledges its reliance on knowledge gained from academic research, professional practices, and personal experiences related to physical activity. To prepare for the future of work, kinesiology students need to learn to

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

application and implications of these leadership approaches in the broader contexts of higher education and the future of work as well as the specific context of kinesiology departments. Drawing on this collective of leadership approaches we suggest that, based on one’s values and institutional context

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Alan L. Smith and Jeffrey T. Fairbrother

disruptive ways ( Schwab, 2015 ). Recent advancements in artificial intelligence, for example, encapsulate the great potential we see for the future of work, with newly found efficiencies also bringing discomfort about their potential for widening societal inequities. We would discuss how to strengthen the

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R. Dale Sheptak Jr. and Brian E. Menaker

Review, 72 ( 2 ), 382 – 416 . doi:10.1177/0019793918820008 10.1177/0019793918820008 Kessler , S . ( 2018 ). Gigged: The end of the job and the future of work . New York, NY : St. Martin’s Press . Kochan , T.A . ( 1999 ). Reconstructing America’s social contract in employment: The role of policy

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David K. Wiggins

:// 10.2165/00007256-200737020-00002 Jaffe , S. ( 2020 ). The post-pandemic future of work. The New Republic . Jahanbegloo , R. ( 2000 ). Conversations with Isaiah Berlin: Recollections of an