Culture in the global world Teodulo Lopez Melendez the cultural approach to the process of globalization implies an economism trasnochado to which some analysts reduce escape. If we have to look at the world as a multidimensional process and culture as a Supreme gauge of development, we cannot escape the simplismos. The construction of a network of networks at different levels interconnected should lead us to a deepening of the dangers of homogenization and the analysis of how the diversity (traditions, languages, identities) are inserted in this new global reality. The simplifications that globalization is MacDonald at each site does not seem appropriate for a serious investigation, but the so-called left caviar there is situated in the reiteration of the danger for the imposition of a single thought. One thing is the behavior of the so-called centers of power, such as they have existed and exist, and another run diversity of cultural manifestations that are inserted into globalization leaving, some of the ignorance and making universal by means of the new horizontal communication. One searches on the most advanced systems of continental organization, read Europe, and finds concern by culture. European documents on culture proclaims do the principle of unity in diversity. Moreover, remember rightly, that before the first agreements on coal and steel, that is, before the start of the political construction of Europe, linking the so-called old continent was in culture.
Not examples of disrespect to the cultural diversities of the Member States can be found in European unification. What has happened is the opposite, the exposure of the European public to a variety than before or it was impossible or which presented obstacles. However, the Commission (Executive Body of the EU) has not left, in its communications to alert Parliament and other EU bodies, their concerns by cohesive societies or intercultural. Principles such as peace, mutual understanding and values shared, human rights and the protection of the different languages, seek to introduce to Europe much more than an economic power, but also a social and cultural project.