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The children of neoliberalism live in front of the screen

Millennials and the Moments That Made Us: A Cultural History of the US from 1982-Present
Forfatter: Shaun Scott:
Forlag: Zero Books (USA)
Author Shaun Scott uses fragments of his own life, neoliberal economic politics, pop culture, sports and video games to describe and understand the millennium generation.

Shaun Scotts Millennials and the Moments That Made Us: A Cultural History of the US from 1982-Present portrays the Millennium Generation, or Generation Y: They were born at one time or another between 1982 and 2000, and are characterized by a good bearing on modern technology, are late to mature, and easier to accept racial, ethnic, and sexual diversity . The author describes the "conditions of the millennium generation" by presenting a puzzle of fragments from his personal life, neoliberal economic politics, pop culture, sports and video games. Although the book is about the United States, it is easily understood by Europeans, since most of us live in the same cultural and economic zone, except for the fact that the social system in Europe is not yet completely destroyed.

New growing conditions

The undersigned belongs to the Millennium generation, but I was not born in the United States, but in the Soviet Union, which broke down when I was seven years old. In the beginning we wished alt, we kids from the other side of the wall: MTV, sneakers, Barbie dolls. . .

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Astra Zoldnere
Soldiers is a Latvian film director, curator and publicist.

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