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Among the many technical terms students confront when studying the aesthetics of television, the one they seem to remember most is metatextuality, which in laymen’s terms happens when a character breaks the fourth wall with an aside to the audience, thereby acknowledging that someone, the audience, is watching and admitting they know they are playing a character in a fictional world.
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Why The Monkees Matter: Teenagers, Television and American Pop Culture
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