Author(s): Neslihan GÖKER
The concept of precaution, which was used to describe temporary workers, has drawn attention to Guy Standing's definition of the "new" and "dangerous" class. Flexibility advocated globalization and competitive market conditions, and precarious employment, without a guarantee of a work surface to prepare employees has made the future uncertain.Neoliberal ideology shaping every field according to competitive market conditions; it played an important role in the emergence of the class of precursors used to describe insecure, unstable, and tomorrow indefinite masses.There are many class structures in the precursor that do not represent a homogeneous group. The unemployed, the working class, the class which are known as disruptive six-bar class there is a group that is involved in prokaryotic prekarya lately. t is this group who are trained, and bright, prestigious, promising jobs are running while guvencesizlik and uncertainty, anxious about being unemployed, consists of white collar. In this study, the micro-narratives that include the precariousness and the social relations of the pre-production period are examined through three selected films related to the subject. Rosetta (Jean-Pierre, Luc Dardenne, 1999), Two Days One Night (?ki Gün Bir Gece, Jean-Pierre, Luc Dardenne, 2014) Up in the Air (Akl? Havada, Jason Reitman, 2009) movies purposive sampling method were included in the study. Sandra representing the working class, Rosetta, the symbol of the lumpen-prekaryan, analyzes the individual and social influences of prekarism by means of sociological analysis by referring to the relevant scenes and dialogues in the film Up in the Air, which exemplifies a large number of white-collar class members working in brilliant and promising jobs.