Culture and Society
- Alternative comics, a genre of comic strips and books
- Alternative comedy, a range of styles used by comedians and writers in the 1980s
- Alternative culture, a variety of subcultures existing along the fringes of mainstream culture
- Alternative dispute resolution, processes and techniques outside the traditional mainstream of jurisprudence
- Alternative fashion, for example Gothic fashion, Punk fashion, Fetish fashion
- Alternative lifestyle, a lifestyle that is not within the cultural norm
- Alternative media, media practices falling outside the mainstreams of corporate communication
- Alternative medicine, healing practice that does not fall within the realm of conventional medicine
- Alternative (Kamen Rider), a character in the Japanese TV series, Kamen Rider Ryuki
- Alternative, an album by Pet Shop Boys
- The Alternative (album), an album by IAMX
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