- Comparative cultural studies, the study of cultures from a cross-cultural point of view
- Comparative history, a technique used in the study of history
- Comparative mythology, a method used in the study of mythology
- Comparative religion, a method used in the study of religion
- Comparative research, a cross-cultural technique
- List of Muslim comparative religionists, a who's who of Muslims engaged in comparative Islamic studies
- Studies in Comparative Religion, a journal
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