Civil Society in Wales provides a critical evaluation of the main themes and points of contention facing discussions of public policy in contemporary Wales.
Topics covered include religion and civil society, the voluntary sector, the media, nationalism, community regeneration, young people, and citizenship.
Graham Day is senior lecturer in the School of Social Sciences, University of Wales, Bangor.
David Dunkerley is professor of sociology at the University of Glamorgan.
Andrew Thompson is a principal lecturer in sociology at the University of Glamorgan.
Rt. Hon. Rhodri Morgan AM
Civil Society in Wales
Graham Day, David Dunkerley and Andrew Thompson
The Civil Society Index for Wales
Anna Nicholl – Welsh Refugee Council, Cardiff Public Religion and Civil Society in WalesPaul Chambers, University of Glamorgan, Pontypridd and Andrew Thompson Infiltration or Incorporation? The voluntary sector and civil society post devolution in WalesMark Drakeford, National Assembly for Wales, Cardiff Civil Society in Action: Network Building and Partnerships in WalesLesley Hodgson, Centre for Lifelong Learning, Glamorgan Between Consent and Coercion: Civil Society, Bilingualism and the Welsh LanguageRobin Mann, Dept. of Sociology, University of Bristol Civil and Uncivil Society: Ethnic Minorities and Associational Life in WalesCharlotte Williams, University of Wales, Bangor The Communicative Dimension of Civil Society: Media and the Public SphereDavid Barlow, University of Glamorgan, Tom O’Malley, University of Wales, Aberystwyth and Philip Mitchell, University of Glamorgan Community Regeneration, Social Exclusion and Civil SocietyDavid Adamson, University of Glamorgan Civil Society and the Political Culture of WalesAlys Thomas, National Assembly for Wales, Cardiff ‘A Few Hours a Week’: Charity Shop Volunteering in Wales’Sandra Betts, University of Wales, Bangor Young People, Identity and CitizenshipCatherine Davies, InFusion, Cardiff and David Dunkerley A Community of Communities? Civil Society and Rural WalesGraham Day Civil Society and Economic Institutions in WalesGraham Day and David Jones, University of Wales, Bangor
“ . . . will make a valuable contribution to better understanding aspects of Welsh society in the twenty first century.” –Professor Laura McAllister, University of Liverpool Management School