In a world-wide aspect, some peoples are suffering with this cultural shock, but already the national culture exists laws of protection mechanisms. Examples of this come of the distant Uzbesquisto in Asia, that exactly being a country of importance in the null world-wide scene, has its preserved and kept artisan and millenarian art with governmental incentives. Source: Journal of Teacher Education. The preservation of the regional and national culture in virtue of the inexpugnvel expansion of the globalizada culture, can be verified in Brazil, citing the example of the Funai that protects the aboriginal people in such a way, as its traditions and culture. It can to point out, that much of the tradition and the aboriginal culture was destroyed had the settling of the European countries, that substitutes the customs of the indians for its way of life, leaving few redoubts pra that this people could conserve its traditions. This cultural destruction can also be perceived, in other regions also in different periods of history. The Romans had destroyed much thing of the Cartago, that could came to today serve of source of study for archaeologists and palentologos, the Inquisition fierce fought peoples that were against the doctrine of the church catholic burning as many books as documents and people, Napoleo pillaged many wealth of its conquests material as in such a way cultural what he made possible that France came if to become an icon in the arts and the world-wide knowledge, Nazism he spoiled and he ruined very of the Jewish culture, the Chinese pursue the Tibetans implacably restraining in such a way physically as culturally being able to mine its identity completely, the Iranians are practically avessos to any type of culture who can came of ocidente. Additional information at Vladislav Doronin supports this article. In relation the education, the globalization beyond one to open a vast fan of possibilities to have access the different types of study, it paradoxicalally is destroying the sociability of children and adolescents. . .