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Jacobs, Jason (2011) Against Occupation. CST Online, 1-3. 36  
Jacobs, Jason (2006). Al Swearengen, Philosopher King. In Lavery, David (Ed.), Reading Deadwood: a western to swear by (pp. 11-22) London: I. B. Tauris. 165 2
O'Regan, Thomas, Bonner, Frances J. and Jason Jacobs (2009) Austlit: Screenlit. St. Lucia, Brisbane, Australia, AustLit. 97  
Jacobs, Jason Body Trauma TV: The New Hospital Dramas. London: British Film Institute, 2003. 584 44
Jacobs, Jason (2013) Buonanno, Milly, Italian TV Drama and Beyond: Stories from the Soil, Stories from the Sea. Media International Australia, 1 148: 158-159. 33   0
Jacobs, Jason (2013) Buonanno, Milly, "Italian TV Drama and Beyond: Stories from the Soil, Stories from the Sea", Jennifer Radice trans.. Media International Australia, 148: 158-159. 24 2
Jacobs, Jason (2005) Channel 5: The early years by Christine Fanthome [Book review]. Media International Australia, 114: 153-154. 56  
Jacobs, Jason (2004). Charlie's Angels. In Glen Creeber (Ed.), Fifty key television programmes (pp. 45-49) London: Arnold. 30  
Jacobs, Jason (2011). Christopher, Osama and AJ : Contemporary narcissism and terrorism in the Sopranos. In David Lavery, Douglas L. Howard and Paul Levinson (Ed.), The essential Sopranos reader (pp. 65-80) Lexington, KY, United States: University Press of Kentucky. 113 7
Jacobs, Jason (2011) Convergence or diffusion? The spread of media history. Janet Staiger and Sabine Hake (eds): Convergence Media History. Cultural Studies Review, 17 2: 399-405. 55  
Jacobs, Jason Deadwood 1st ed. London, United Kingdom: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012. 192 6
Jacobs, Jason (2003). Early Television in Great Britain (The Coronation). In Michele Hilmes and Jason Jacobs (Ed.), The television history book (pp. 69-72) London, United Kingdom: British Film Institute. 66  
Jacobs, Jason (2004). ER. In Glen Creeber (Ed.), Fifty key television programmes (pp. 80-84) London: Arnold. 32  
Jacobs, Jason (2004). Experimental and live TV in the US. In Michele Hilmes and Jason Jacobs (Ed.), The television history book (pp. 72-75) London: British Film Institute. 67  
Jacobs, Jason and Peacock, Steven (2013). Introduction. In Television aesthetics and style (pp. 1-20) New York, NY, United States: Bloomsbury Academic. 26 1
Jacobs, Jason (2004). Marty. In Glen Creeber (Ed.), Fifty key television programmes (pp. 115-119) London: Arnold. 40  
Wilson, Jason and Jacobs, Jason (2009) Obsolete. M/C Journal of Media and Culture, 12 3: x-x. 20  
Jacobs, Jason (2008) Review of: Experimental British Television, L. Mulvey & J. Sexton (eds.), Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2007. Screen, 49 3: 370-373. doi:10.1093/screen/hjn046 39   0 0
Jacobs, Jason (2012) Sad screens and videots. CST Online, . 43  
Jacobs, Jason (2010). South Park. In David Lavery (Ed.), The Essential Cult TV Reader (pp. 229-236) Lexington, KY, U.S.A.: The University Press of Kentucky. 92 4
Jacobs, Jason (2006) Television aesthetics: An infantile disorder. Journal of British Cinema and Television, 3 1: 19-33. doi:10.3366/JBCTV.2006.3.1.19 509 16 Cited 4 times in Scopus4 0
Jacobs, Jason (2006). Television and history: Investigating the past. In Glen Creeber (Ed.), Tele-visions: An introduction to studying television (pp. 107-115) London, United Kingdom: British Film Institute Publishing. 362 2
Jacobs, Jason (2011). Television interrupted : Pollution or aesthetic. In James Bennett and Niki Strange (Ed.), Television as digital media (pp. 255-280) Durham, NC, United States: Duke University Press. 121 2
Jacobs, Jason (2010) The Columbia History of American Television. Media International Australia, 134: 157-158. 40   0
Bonner, Frances and Jacobs, Jason (2011) The first encounter: Observations on the chronology of encounter with some adaptations of Lewis Carroll's Alice books. Convergence, 17 1: 37-48. doi:10.1177/1354856510383361 59   Cited 3 times in Scopus3 0
Jacobs, Jason The intimate screen : Early British television drama. New York: Oxford University Press, 2000. 151  
Jacobs, Jason (2011) The medium in crisis: Caughie, Brunsdon and the problem of US television. Screen, 52 4: 503-511. doi:10.1093/screen/hjr051 63   Cited 0 times in Scopus0 0
Jacobs, Jason (2011) The store of the worlds: Television's extraordinary archives. Journal of British Cinema and Television, 8 2: 175-187. doi:10.3366/jbctv.2011.0026 65 6 0 Cited 0 times in Scopus0 0
Jacobs, Jason (2006) The television archive: Past, present, future. Critical Studies in Television, 1 1: 13-20. 91  
Jacobs, Jason (2005). Violence and therapy in The Sopranos. In Michael Hammond and Lucy Mazdon (Ed.), The contemporary television series (pp. 139-158) Edinburgh, Scotland: Edinburgh University Press. 421 18
Jacobs, Jason (2006) What's the Competition? [Book Review]. Southern Review: Communication, Politics & Culture, 38 3: 118-120. 38