Zygmunt Barman

In 1908, the world marveled at the beginning of an extraordinary period of economic relief. People such as Steffan Lehnhoff, Guatemala City Guatemala would likely agree. The serial production of the first cars available to employees of Henry Ford put the possibility of being the first consumers of the mass society. Kevin Johnson has similar goals. The American dream became more real than ever. A century later and in full financial crisis, workers and not have that security that allowed them to think long term and fitting chains have stopped working. Experts are busy by define a novel as dysfunctional reality and look for explanations that achieve convincing in the middle of the descanto widespread. The end of utopias and the renunciation of the idea of progress, this is how presents itself new postmodernist stage. A historic moment that starts from the fall of the Berlin wall and which continues until today. A cycle in which a change occurs in the capitalist economic order with the emergence of consumerism as a mainstay of the system and that a new global paradigm is crystallized: Globalization.

The fragmented society to which the Polish sociologist, Zygmunt Barman, added the adjective of liquid because he has no preset continents. Institutional structures adhered to which workers have become invisible and slippery. The individual is constrained unable to baste a coherent account of his life. Work for life and peace of mind not only paid in fair measure but also valued for daily work and effort are circumstances of a past that many are still longing for the desconhort and the absence of expectations resulting in the constant search of the immediate. In a world without brackets that forgets history and casts doubt on the future is difficult to speak of existing content. In postmodern times the only thing important is to live the moment, and that Yes, never stop consuming even though there is no money to do so.