Kinesiology Review, Volume 11, 2022, Issue 1 | Kinesiology‘s Social Justice Imperative


Kinesiology’s Social Justice Imperative
Bradley J. Cardinal
Page: 1–5
DOI: 10.1123/kr.2021-0065

Scholarly Articles

The National Academy of Kinesiology: Its Founding, Focus, and Future
Bradley J. Cardinal
Page: 6–25
DOI: 10.1123/kr.2021-0064

Taking Steps Toward Health Equity Through Physical Activity
NiCole R. Keith
Page: 26–35
DOI: 10.1123/kr.2021-0063

The Human Genome, Physical Activity, Fitness, and Health
Claude Bouchard
Page: 36–42
DOI: 10.1123/kr.2021-0057

Race, Cardiovascular Disease, and Vascular Health
Michael D. Brown, Dulce H. Gomez
Page: 43–53
DOI: 10.1123/kr.2021-0061

Female Testosterone: Contested Terrain
Vikki Krane, Emma Calow, Brandy Panunti
Page: 54–63
DOI: 10.1123/kr.2021-0062

Transgender Inclusion in Sport
George B. Cunningham, Risa Isard, E. Nicole Melton
Page: 64–70
DOI: 10.1123/kr.2021-0040

Inclusion of Individuals With Overweight/Obesity in Physical Activity Settings
Paul Bernard Rukavina
Page: 71–79
DOI: 10.1123/kr.2021-0058

Examining Physical Activity for Individuals With Disabilities Through a Social Justice Lens
Martin E. Block, Abby Fines
Page: 80–87
DOI: 10.1123/kr.2021-0052

Kinesiology: Moving Toward Social Justice?
Diane L. Gill
Page: 88–94
DOI: 10.1123/kr.2021-0055

“Teaching to Transgress”: Race and a Pedagogy of Empowerment in Kinesiology
Ketra L. Armstrong
Page: 95–103
DOI: 10.1123/kr.2021-0060

Achieving a Socially Just Society: Kinesiology’s Role and Responsibility in Disrupting the Status Quo
Karen P. DePauw
Page: 104–111
DOI: 10.1123/kr.2021-0059

Feeling Black: A Conversation About Justice Imperatives in Education, Disability, and Health
Samuel R. Hodge, Louis Harrison Jr.
Page: 112–119
DOI: 10.1123/kr.2021-0054

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