Globalization is a concept, which addresses to the increase in circulation of people, goods, money, information and images and to the intensification of the relations established upon these. In short, it corresponds to a new threshold of the mobility experienced around the world. When we examine the studies held upon this concept, that became a key word for all disciplines in the recent years and consider the impacts of the concept, two major approaches that are occasionally intertwined with each other can be observed. Whereas some theoreticians emphasize the unifying and emancipating side of the process of globalization, others claim that globalization divides as much as it unifies and that this constitutes the reason underlying the inequalities between regions and different classes. However, the general tendency focuses on the thought that the small group of entities that can get globalized together with their cultural productions have gained an identity and mobility beyond the geographies, but that the remaining non-globalized majority is then inevitably bound to get localized and finally that this is regarded to be the cause of an increasing communicative gap between the two groups.