Chantell LaPan

  • Assistant Professor
  • Marketing, Entrepreneurship, Hospitality & Tourism, UNCG
  • cmlapan@uncg.edu
  • 472 Bryan Building

There are 7 included publications by Chantell LaPan :

TitleDateViewsBrief Description
At the red table: how intergenerational Black women are using Facebook Watch to cultivate critical conversations on health, identity, and relationships 2022 100 Red Table Talk, a web series exclusively aired on Facebook Watch, represents the narrative of intergenerational Black women who tackle critical conversations. The show, developed by Jada Pinkett-Smith and featuring her daughter and mother, brings in ...
Gender, work, and tourism in the Guatemalan Highlands 2021 486 While much of modern tourism research centers on the tourist as a leisure consumer, workers are frequently overlooked. Despite a recent uptick in attention to tourism work, the primary focus remains on employee’s skills and qualifications. In contras...
The influence of agritourism on niche meats loyalty and purchasing 2016 505 Although research has been increasing on agritourism, many questions remain. Studies have indicated that agritourism can bring both economic and noneconomic benefits to farmers and that sustainably raised agriculture products can lead to both health ...
The role of agritourism in heritage preservation 2014 504 This study examined the linkage between agritourism and heritage preservation by assessing the occurrence of and farmers' motivations for preserving tangible heritage in their farmlands. Results show that agritourism farmers are preserving tangible h...
Tourism microentrepreneurship: State of the art and research agenda 2021 632 Microentrepreneurship has always been an important driving force of the tourism industry. However, until recently, this sector was mostly invisible and understudied. Microentrepreneurs are now becoming influential stakeholders due to new information ...
Visitor spending at wine festivals: Perspectives on stakeholder benefits 2021 518 Economic benefit is a motivator for communities and wineries to participate in events (Byrd et al., 2016; Kim et al., 2008). Two primary stakeholders have a vested interest in the success of wine festivals: participating wineries and host communities...
Women’s self-determination in cooperative tourism microenterprises 2016 470 The purpose of this study is to better understand how cooperative forms of microentrepreneurship influence women's self-determination. Utilizing the framework of self-determination theory, this study employed a multiple case study approach that invol...