Dr Jonathan Cinnamon
Lecturer in Human Geography

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Key publications



Cinnamon J (2017). Social injustice in surveillance capitalism. Surveillance and Society, 15(5), 609-625. Abstract.  Full text.
Cinnamon J, Jones SK, Adger WN (2016). Evidence and future potential of mobile phone data for disease disaster management. Geoforum, 75, 253-264. Full text.
Thatcher J, Bergmann L, Ricker B, Rose-Redwood R, O Sullivan D, Barnes TJ, Barnesmoore LR, Beltz Imaoka L, Burns R, Cinnamon J, et al (2016). Revisiting critical GIS. Environment and Planning A, 48(5), 815-824. Full text. DOI.
Cinnamon J (2015). Deconstructing the binaries of spatial data production: Towards hybridity. The Canadian Geographer, 59, 35-51. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Cinnamon J, Schuurman N (2013). Confronting the data-divide in a time of spatial turns and volunteered geographic information. GeoJournal, 78(4), 657-674. Abstract. DOI.
Schuurman N, Cinnamon J, Matzopoulos R, Fawcett V, Nicol A, Hameed SM (2011). Collecting injury surveillance data in low- and middle-income countries: the Cape Town Trauma Registry pilot. Global Public Health, 6(8), 874-889. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.

Publications by category


Journal articles

Cinnamon J (2017). Social injustice in surveillance capitalism. Surveillance and Society, 15(5), 609-625. Abstract.  Full text.
Cinnamon J, Jones SK, Adger WN (2016). Evidence and future potential of mobile phone data for disease disaster management. Geoforum, 75, 253-264. Full text.
Thatcher J, Bergmann L, Ricker B, Rose-Redwood R, O Sullivan D, Barnes TJ, Barnesmoore LR, Beltz Imaoka L, Burns R, Cinnamon J, et al (2016). Revisiting critical GIS. Environment and Planning A, 48(5), 815-824. Full text. DOI.
Cinnamon J (2015). Deconstructing the binaries of spatial data production: Towards hybridity. The Canadian Geographer, 59, 35-51. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Schuurman N, Cinnamon J, Walker BB, Fawcett V, Nicol A, Matzopoulos R (2015). Intentional injury and violence in Cape Town, South Africa: an epidemiological analysis of trauma admissions data. Global Health Action, 8(1). Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Zargaran E, Schuurman N, Nicol AJ, Matzopoulos R, Cinnamon J, Taulu T, Ricker B, Garbutt Brown DR, Navsaria P, Hameed SM, et al (2014). The electronic Trauma Health Record: design and usability of a novel tablet-based tool for trauma care and injury surveillance in low resource settings. Journal of the American College of Surgeons, 218(1), 41-50. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Giesbrecht M, Cinnamon J, Fritz C, Johnston R (2014). Themes in geographies of health and health care research: Reflections from the 2012 Canadian Association of Geographers annual meeting. Canadian Geographer, 58(2), 160-167. Abstract. DOI.
Nicol A, Knowlton LM, Schuurman N, Matzopoulos R, Zargaran E, Cinnamon J, Fawcett V, Taulu T, Hameed SM (2014). Trauma Surveillance in Cape Town, South Africa: an Analysis of 9236 Consecutive Trauma Center Admissions. JAMA Surgery Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text. DOI.
Cinnamon J, Schuurman N (2013). Confronting the data-divide in a time of spatial turns and volunteered geographic information. GeoJournal, 78(4), 657-674. Abstract. DOI.
Schuurman N, Cinnamon J, Matzopoulos R, Fawcett V, Nicol A, Hameed SM (2011). Collecting injury surveillance data in low- and middle-income countries: the Cape Town Trauma Registry pilot. Global Public Health, 6(8), 874-889. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Cinnamon J, Schuurman N, Hameed SM (2011). Pedestrian injury and human behaviour: observing road-rule violations at high-incident intersections. PLoS One, 6(6). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text. DOI.
Frank R, Dabbaghian V, Reid A, Singh S, Cinnamon J, Brantingham P (2011). Power of criminal attractors: Modeling the pull of activity nodes. JASSS, 14(1). Abstract.  Full text.
Crooks VA, Schuurman N, Cinnamon J, Castleden H, Johnston R (2011). Refining a location analysis model using a mixed methods approach: Community readiness as a key factor in siting rural palliative care services. Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 5(1), 77-95. Abstract. DOI.
Cinnamon J, Schuurman N (2010). Injury surveillance in low-resource settings using Geospatial and Social Web technologies. International Journal of Health Geographics, 9 Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text. DOI.
Cinnamon J, Schuurman N, Crooks VA (2009). Assessing the suitability of host communities for secondary palliative care hubs: a location analysis model. Health and Place, 15(3), 792-800. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Cinnamon J, Rinner C, Cusimano MD, Marshall S, Bakele T, Hernandez T, Glazier RH, Chipman ML (2009). Evaluating web-based static, animated and interactive maps for injury prevention. Geospatial Health, 4(1), 3-16. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Cinnamon J, Rinner C, Cusimano MD, Marshall S, Bekele T, Hernández T, Glazier RH, Chipman ML (2009). Online Map Design for Public-Health Decision Makers. Cartographica, 44, 289-300.
Schuurman N, Cinnamon J, Crooks VA, Hameed SM (2009). Pedestrian injury and the built environment: an environmental scan of hotspots. BMC Public Health, 9 Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text. DOI.
Cinnamon J, Schuurman N, Crooks VA (2008). A method to determine spatial access to specialized palliative care services using GIS. BMC Health Services Research, 8 Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text. DOI.

Chapters

Sui D, Cinnamon J (2017). Volunteered geographic information. In Richardson D, Castree N, Goodchild MF, Kobayashi A, Liu W, Marston RA (Eds.) The International Encyclopedia of Geography: People, the Earth, Environment, and Technology, Wiley and the American Association of Geographers. Abstract.  Full text.
Cinnamon J, Sui DZ (2016). Spaces and Places: Engaging a Mixed-Methods Approach for Exploring the Multiple Geographies of Pedestrian Injury. In Giesbrecht M, Crooks VA (Eds.) Place, Health and Diversity: Learning from the Canadian Experience, Ashgate, 96-118.  Full text.

Reports

Beduschi A, Cinnamon J, Langford J, Luo C, Owen D (2017). Building Digital Identities: the Challenges, Risks and Opportunities of Collecting Behavioural Attributes for new Digital Identity Systems. University of Exeter and Coelition.  39 pages.  Abstract.  Full text.

Publications by year



2017

Beduschi A, Cinnamon J, Langford J, Luo C, Owen D (2017). Building Digital Identities: the Challenges, Risks and Opportunities of Collecting Behavioural Attributes for new Digital Identity Systems. University of Exeter and Coelition.  39 pages.  Abstract.  Full text.
Cinnamon J (2017). Social injustice in surveillance capitalism. Surveillance and Society, 15(5), 609-625. Abstract.  Full text.
Sui D, Cinnamon J (2017). Volunteered geographic information. In Richardson D, Castree N, Goodchild MF, Kobayashi A, Liu W, Marston RA (Eds.) The International Encyclopedia of Geography: People, the Earth, Environment, and Technology, Wiley and the American Association of Geographers. Abstract.  Full text.

2016

Cinnamon J, Jones SK, Adger WN (2016). Evidence and future potential of mobile phone data for disease disaster management. Geoforum, 75, 253-264. Full text.
Thatcher J, Bergmann L, Ricker B, Rose-Redwood R, O Sullivan D, Barnes TJ, Barnesmoore LR, Beltz Imaoka L, Burns R, Cinnamon J, et al (2016). Revisiting critical GIS. Environment and Planning A, 48(5), 815-824. Full text. DOI.
Cinnamon J, Sui DZ (2016). Spaces and Places: Engaging a Mixed-Methods Approach for Exploring the Multiple Geographies of Pedestrian Injury. In Giesbrecht M, Crooks VA (Eds.) Place, Health and Diversity: Learning from the Canadian Experience, Ashgate, 96-118.  Full text.

2015

Cinnamon J (2015). Deconstructing the binaries of spatial data production: Towards hybridity. The Canadian Geographer, 59, 35-51. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Schuurman N, Cinnamon J, Walker BB, Fawcett V, Nicol A, Matzopoulos R (2015). Intentional injury and violence in Cape Town, South Africa: an epidemiological analysis of trauma admissions data. Global Health Action, 8(1). Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Cinnamon J (2015). Review of: the data revolution: big data, open data, data infrastructures and their consequences. ENVIRONMENT AND PLANNING B-PLANNING & DESIGN, 42(3), 566-567. Author URL.

2014

Zargaran E, Schuurman N, Nicol AJ, Matzopoulos R, Cinnamon J, Taulu T, Ricker B, Garbutt Brown DR, Navsaria P, Hameed SM, et al (2014). The electronic Trauma Health Record: design and usability of a novel tablet-based tool for trauma care and injury surveillance in low resource settings. Journal of the American College of Surgeons, 218(1), 41-50. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Giesbrecht M, Cinnamon J, Fritz C, Johnston R (2014). Themes in geographies of health and health care research: Reflections from the 2012 Canadian Association of Geographers annual meeting. Canadian Geographer, 58(2), 160-167. Abstract. DOI.
Nicol A, Knowlton LM, Schuurman N, Matzopoulos R, Zargaran E, Cinnamon J, Fawcett V, Taulu T, Hameed SM (2014). Trauma Surveillance in Cape Town, South Africa: an Analysis of 9236 Consecutive Trauma Center Admissions. JAMA Surgery Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text. DOI.

2013

Cinnamon J, Schuurman N (2013). Confronting the data-divide in a time of spatial turns and volunteered geographic information. GeoJournal, 78(4), 657-674. Abstract. DOI.

2011

Schuurman N, Cinnamon J, Matzopoulos R, Fawcett V, Nicol A, Hameed SM (2011). Collecting injury surveillance data in low- and middle-income countries: the Cape Town Trauma Registry pilot. Global Public Health, 6(8), 874-889. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Cinnamon J, Schuurman N, Hameed SM (2011). Pedestrian injury and human behaviour: observing road-rule violations at high-incident intersections. PLoS One, 6(6). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text. DOI.
Frank R, Dabbaghian V, Reid A, Singh S, Cinnamon J, Brantingham P (2011). Power of criminal attractors: Modeling the pull of activity nodes. JASSS, 14(1). Abstract.  Full text.
Crooks VA, Schuurman N, Cinnamon J, Castleden H, Johnston R (2011). Refining a location analysis model using a mixed methods approach: Community readiness as a key factor in siting rural palliative care services. Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 5(1), 77-95. Abstract. DOI.

2010

Cinnamon J, Schuurman N (2010). Injury surveillance in low-resource settings using Geospatial and Social Web technologies. International Journal of Health Geographics, 9 Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text. DOI.

2009

Cinnamon J, Schuurman N, Crooks VA (2009). Assessing the suitability of host communities for secondary palliative care hubs: a location analysis model. Health and Place, 15(3), 792-800. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Cinnamon J, Rinner C, Cusimano MD, Marshall S, Bakele T, Hernandez T, Glazier RH, Chipman ML (2009). Evaluating web-based static, animated and interactive maps for injury prevention. Geospatial Health, 4(1), 3-16. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Cinnamon J, Rinner C, Cusimano MD, Marshall S, Bekele T, Hernández T, Glazier RH, Chipman ML (2009). Online Map Design for Public-Health Decision Makers. Cartographica, 44, 289-300.
Schuurman N, Cinnamon J, Crooks VA, Hameed SM (2009). Pedestrian injury and the built environment: an environmental scan of hotspots. BMC Public Health, 9 Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text. DOI.

2008

Cinnamon J, Schuurman N, Crooks VA (2008). A method to determine spatial access to specialized palliative care services using GIS. BMC Health Services Research, 8 Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text. DOI.