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Third wave may refer to:
- Third-wave feminism, diverse strains of feminist activity in the early 1990s
- Third wave ska, a musical genre
- Third Wave of the Holy Spirit, a 1980s expression coined by C. Peter Wagner for a Neocharismatic Christian movement
- Third wave of coffee, genesis and establishment of coffee growers, roasters and retailers focused on achieving the highest form of culinary appreciation of coffee
- Third Wave Democracy, third major surge of democracy in history
The Third Wave may refer to:
- The Third Wave (experiment), a name given by history teacher Ron Jones to an experimental recreation of Nazi Germany which he conducted with high school students
- The Third Wave (2003 film), a Swedish action film
- The Third Wave (2007 film), a documentary about the aftermath of the 2004 tsunami in Sri Lanka
- The Third Wave (2017 film), an Irish horror film directed by David Freyne and starring Ellen Page.
- The Third Wave (Toffler book), 1980 book by Alvin Toffler
- The Third Wave: Democratization in the Late Twentieth Century, 1991 book by Samuel P. Huntington
- The wave of acceptance and mindfulness-based forms of cognitive behavior therapy such as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy or Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy
- The Third Wave, an album mixed by DJ's Scott Brown and Neophyte
- The Third Wave, an American-Philippine jazz vocal quintet discovered by George Duke
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