The first textbook to explain the full range of operations in Welsh governance and politics for AS, A2 and undergraduate studentsThis new textbook explains Welsh devolution through the use of case studies, critical analysis and clear explanations of processes and terms. As the Welsh Assembly moves towards becoming a Welsh Parliament and the Welsh Government fashions a Welsh policy agenda, distinct from Westminster, students of British politics will learn how Welsh politics works in practice and how it is evolving.Key featuresSpecially written by teachers and lecturers for students of Welsh government and politics on AS, A2 and undergraduate courses10 case studies illuminate the nature and analysis of Welsh politicsDetailed, critical analysis of the National Assembly and the law-making process explains how laws are made in Wales, which is different from the rest of the UK Divided into short, easy-to read sub-sections, with worked examples and analysis tailored to student needsIncludes a glossary of key terms that are essential to understanding Welsh government and politics but are hard to find in a Welsh context
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
Number of pages: 256
Dimensions: 216 x 138 mm
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