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Globalization promotes intercultural communication, through the media, migration, and travel, which brings people from different societies and cultures into direct contact. It is a series of processes that promote change in a world in which nations and people are increasingly interlinked. There are two different meanings of globalization. The first is Globalization as fact, which is the spread and connectedness of production, communication, and technologies across the world. Then second is Globalizations as ideology and policy, which is when international powers come together to create a global free market for goods and services. Systemic connectedness reflects relentless and ongoing growth of the world system. As technology grows, aspects begin to rapidly change. Some aspects are the speed of global communication, the scale of global networks, and the volume of international transactions. When industrial expansion benefits a certain group of people, it negatively affects another group. A result of industrial expansion has been the destruction of indigenous economies, ecologies, and populations. Many contemporary nations are repeating the process of resource depletion, which