Table of Contents:
  • Preface / Thomas N. Headland, Kenneth L. Pike, Marvin Harris
  • Introduction: A dialogue between Kenneth Pike and Marvin Harris on emics and etics / Thomas N. Headland
  • PART I: THE DIALOGUE
  • On the emics and etics of Pike and Harris / Kenneth L. Pike
  • Emics and etics revisited / Marvin Harris
  • Pike's reply to Harris / Kenneth L. Pike
  • Harris's reply to Pike / Marvin Harris
  • PART II: REVIEWS OF THE DIALOGUE AND OF THE HISTORY AND SIGNIFICANCE OF EMICS AND ETICS
  • Imposed etics, emics, and derived etics: their conceptual and operational status in cross-cultural psychology / John W. Berry
  • Emic analysis and the limits of cognitive diversity / Robert Feleppa
  • Emics, etics, and openness: an ecumenical approach / Dell H. Hymes
  • Emics and etics: notes on the epistemology of anthropology / James Lett
  • Anthropology, evangelization, and abortion: applications of emics and etics / Gerald F. Murray
  • Phoneme's long shadow / Willard V. Quine
  • Emic-etic distinction as applied to language / Nira Reiss
  • PART III: A FINAL RESPONSE
  • Pike's final response / Kenneth L. Pike
  • Harris's final response / Marvin Harris.