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Contemporary Wales is at the forefront of research into economic, political and social sciences relating to Wales. It contains both academic and practitioner-based articles, annual economic and legal reviews, and book reviews. Its interdisciplinary content drawing on current research on Wales makes the journal essential reading for students and researchers across a range of subject areas, including political and social policy, history, law, media and languages. Contemporary Wales has published articles in English and in Welsh.

Mae Contemporary Wales wedi’i gyhoeddi’n gan Wasg Prifysgol Cymru fel llwyfan ar gyfer ymchwil blaengar ar Gymru o safbwynt y gwyddorau economaidd, gwleidyddol a chymdeithasol. Mae'n cynnwys cyfuniad o erthyglau gan academyddion ac ymarferwyr, adolygiadau economaidd a chyfreithiol blynyddol, ac adolygiadau o gyhoeddiadau yn y maes. Mae natur rhyngddisgyblaethol y cynnwys sy'n seliedig ar yr ymchwil diweddaraf yn golygu bod y cyfnodolyn yn hanfodol i wleidyddion, gwneuthurwyr polisi, y cyfryngau, gwasanaethau cyhoeddus, llywodraeth leol yn ogystal â fyfyrwyr ac ymchwilwyr mewn ystod eang o feysydd gan gynnwys polisi gwleidyddol a chymdeithasol, hanes, y gyfraith, y cyfryngau a ieithoedd. Mae Contemporary Wales wedi cyhoeddi erthyglau yn y Gymraeg a’r Saesneg.

Publisher: University of Wales Press

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Volume 21, Number 1, September 2008

Portrait of a Locality? The Local Press at Work in North-west Wales 2000–2005
pp. 25-46(22)
Authors: Drakakis-Smith, Angela; Day, Graham; Davis, Howard H.

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Still Living on the Edge?
pp. 47-66(20)
Author: Adamson, David

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Devolution and Public Policy in Wales: The Case of Transport
pp. 67-85(19)
Authors: Bradbury, Jonathan; Stafford, Ian

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Migrating to North Wales: The 'English' Experience
pp. 101-129(29)
Authors: Day, Graham; Drakakis-Smith, Angela; Davis, Howard H.

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Fractured Intellectuals and the Nation: Cynog Dafis and Welsh Nationalism
pp. 130-149(20)
Authors: Fowler, Carwyn; Jones, Rhys

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Welsh Economic Performance: Recent Experience and Future Challenges
pp. 150-173(24)
Authors: Jones, Melanie K.; Henley, Andrew

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New Teams, Old Enemies? A Study of Social Identification in Welsh Rugby Supporters
pp. 187-206(20)
Authors: Roderique-Davies, Gareth; Mayer, Peter; Hall, Ross; Shearer, David; Thomson, Rob; Hall, Gareth

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The End of One-partyism? Party Politics in Wales in the Second Decade of Devolution
pp. 207-217(11)
Authors: Jones, Richard Wyn; Scully, Roger

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The Welsh Economy: The State of the Nation in 2007
pp. 218-248(31)
Authors: Bryan, Jane; Roche, Neil

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