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Cynulliad Cenedlaethol Cymru a Datganoli yng Nghymru: Llyfryddiaeth

Ers y refferendwm ar ddatganoli ym 1997 a ffurfio Cynulliad Cenedlaethol Cymru ym 1999, mae academyddion, sylwebyddion gwleidyddol, gwleidyddion a newyddiadurwyr o Gymru a thu hwnt wedi ysgrifennu am wahanol agweddau ar y broses ddatganoli a'r sefydliad. Maent wedi cyhoeddi nifer o lyfrau, erthyglau ac astudiaethau pwysig yn cynnig sawl barn ar ddatblygiad y Cynulliad ac ar ddatganoli yng Nghymru. Mae'r llyfryddiaeth yma yn casglu rhai o'r gweithiau pwysicaf yma at eu gilydd er mwyn ceisio cynnig darlun cytbwys o fywyd y Cynulliad Cenedlaethol a datganoli yng Ngymru hyd yn hyn.

Rhannwyd yn nifer o adrannau sydd yn delio â gwahanol agweddau ar ddatblygiad datganoli a'r Cynulliad, gyda'r teitlau wedi eu rhannu yn nhrefn yr wyddor o fewn y pynciau hynny. Caiff ei ddiweddaru'n gyson, gydag eitemau newydd yn cael eu ychwanegu fel y maent yn dod i'n sylw neu'n cael eu cyhoeddi. Ceir adran hefyd yn amlinellu ychwanegiadau diweddar i'r rhestr.

Rydym yn croesawu adborth gan academyddion, sylwebyddion ac unrhyw un sydd â diddordeb mewn datganoli yng Nghymru ar y cynnwys, ac awgrymiadau am ychwanegiadau. Cysylltwch â ni yn Research.Service@wales.gov.uk gydag unrhyw adborth.

Y Gwasanaeth Ymchwil | Cynulliad Cenedlaethol Cymru

Ychwanegiadau diweddar

Hanes

Y Papur Gwyn a Refferendwm 1997

Dyddiau Cynnar

Comisiwn Richard a Threfn Llywodraethu Gwell

Y Confensiwn a'r Refferendwm ar bwerau

Comisiwn Silk a Bil Cymru

Etholiadau

Pleidiau Gwleidyddol

Y Cynulliad

Y Gyfraith a Deddfwriaeth

Perthynas Ryng-lywodraethol

Y Cyd-destun Polisi

Ariannu Datganoli

Ychwanegiadau diweddar

Ychwanegwyd yr eitemau canlynol yn ystod y mis yma (Chwefror / Mawrth 2014):

Y Gwasanaeth Ymchwil | Cynulliad Cenedlaethol Cymru

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Hanes

Mae'r mater o rheolaeth cartref yng Nghymru yn mynd yn ôl mwy na chanrif at ddyddiau pan bu'r David Lloyd George ifanc yn ymgyrchu fel rhan o fudiad Cymru Fydd. Mae'r rhestr cyhoeddiadau isod yn olrhain y cynnydd tuag at ddatganoli o'r bedwaredd ganrif ar bymtheg hyd 1997.

Y Gwasanaeth Ymchwil | Cynulliad Cenedlaethol Cymru

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Y Papur Gwyn a Refferendwm 1997

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Y Gwasanaeth Ymchwil | Cynulliad Cenedlaethol Cymru

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Dyddiau cynnar

Wedi i'r refferendwm gymeradwyo datganoli i Gymru mewn egwyddor, cychwynnodd Deddf Llywodraeth Cymru ar ei thaith drwy'r Senedd. Gwnaethpwyd newidiadau i'r cynigion gwreiddiol a bu dyddiau cynnar y Cynulliad wedi iddo gael ei greu ym Mai 1999 yn gyfnod o gyfanheddu i'r sefydliad. Adroddir hanes genedigaeth a dyddiau cynnar y Cynulliad yn y cyhoeddiadau isod.

Y Gwasanaeth Ymchwil | Cynulliad Cenedlaethol Cymru

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Comiswn Richard a Threfn Lywodraethu Gwell

Y Gwasanaeth Ymchwil | Cynulliad Cenedlaethol Cymru

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Y Confensiwn a'r Refferendwm ar bwerau

Y Gwasanaeth Ymchwil | Cynulliad Cenedlaethol Cymru

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Comisiwn Silk a Bil Cymru

Y Gwasanaeth Ymchwil | Cynulliad Cenedlaethol Cymru

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Bil Cymru: atebolrwydd a grymuso ariannol 2014 Cm 8838

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Etholiadau

Erbyn hyn cafwyd pedwar etholiad i Gynulliad Cenedlaethol Cymru. Mae'r cyhoeddiadau isod yn cynnwys dadansoddiadau o ganlyniadau a materion megis dewis ymgeiswyr.

Y Gwasanaeth Ymchwil | Cynulliad Cenedlaethol Cymru

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Pleidiau Gwleidyddol

Cynigiodd datganoli gyfle i bleidiau gwleidyddol addasu i lefel newydd o drefn lywodraethu. Mae'r cyhoeddiadau isod yn delio gydag agweddau o'r modd y mae pleidiau wedi ymdrechu i gwrdd â'r sialens.

Y Gwasanaeth Ymchwil | Cynulliad Cenedlaethol Cymru

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Y Cynulliad Cenedlaethol

Mae'r Cynulliad, y modd y mae'n gweithio, a'r cyfansoddiad wedi datblygu ers 1999 gyda nifer o newidiadau ar y ffordd. Ymysg y newidiadau mwyaf nodweddiadol roedd y gwahaniad rhwng y Cynulliad a Llywodraeth y Cynulliad ym 2007 a sicrhau pwerau deddfwriaethol newydd. Mae'r rhestr cyhoeddiadau isod yn dangos y modd y mae'r Cynulliad wedi datblygu, ac yn parhau i ddatblygu fel corff deddfwriaethol.

Datganoli a'r Cynulliad

Y Gwasanaeth Ymchwil | Cynulliad Cenedlaethol Cymru

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Mae trefn lywodraethu sydd yn bodoli ar nifer o lefelau yn golygu bod yna drafodaeth gwleidyddol ar nifer o wahanol lefelau. Mae'r cyhoeddiadau isod yn dangos sut mae'r Cynulliad wedi creu cysylltiadau â San Steffan, Llywodraeth Leol ac Ewrop ers datganoli.

Y Gwasanaeth Ymchwil | Cynulliad Cenedlaethol Cymru

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Birrell, Derek, (2012) Comparing devolved governance. London: Palgrave MacMillan.

Bowers, Paul, (2011) The West Lothian question: Commons Library Standard Note, London: House of Commons.

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Trench, A., (2007) Devolution in practice? Scottish and Welsh Devolution and the Westminster Statute Book. London: Constitution Unit.

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Trench, Alan & Greer, Scott (2010) Intergovernmental relations and health in Great Britain after devolution. Policy and Politics, 38 (4), p509.

Whitaker, R. (2006) Ascendant assemblies in Britain? Rebellions, reforms and inter-cameral conflict, Parliamentary Affairs, 59 (1), p173-180.

Wyn Jones, Richard, Lodge, Guy, (2012) The dog that finally barked: England as an emerging political community, London: IPPR.

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Y Cyd-destun Polisi

Ers 1999 mae nifer o gyhoeddiadau wedi dadansoddi gwahanol agweddau ar ganlyniadau polisi yng Nghymru. Mae'r rhain yn rhy niferus ac amrywiol i'w cynnwys yma. Mae'r cyhoeddiadau isod felly'n delio gyda sylwadau ehangach ar y broses o greu polisi, megis ymrwymiad y Cynulliad gyda cymdeithas sifil a dargyfeiriad polisi dros y DU.

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Adams, J. and Schmuecker, K., (2005) Devolution in practice 2006 : public policy differences within the UK. London: Institute for Public Policy Research.

Adams, J. and Robinson, P., (2002) Devolution in practice : public policy differences within the United Kingdom. London: Institute for Public Policy Research.

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Birrell, Derek, (2009) The impact of develution on social policy. Bristol: Policy Press.

Bowen, Rachel (2011) The Welsh way for mental health. Bevan Foundation Review, 16, p19.

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Carter, Joseph (2010) Back to the drawing board on social care. Agenda, 41, p.19-21.

Cole, M. (2006) Asymmetrical public accountability: the National Assembly for Wales, questions and quangos, Political Quarterly, 77 (1), p98-106.

Connolly, M., Prosser, S., Hough, R. and Potter, K., (2006) Making it happen in public service: devolution in Wales as a case study. Exeter: Imprint Academic.

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Day, G. (2006) Chasing the dragon? Devolution and the ambiguities of civil society in Wales, Critical Social Policy, 26 (3), p642-655.

Egan, David (2011) Schools, education and devolution in Wales. Bevan Foundation Review, 16, p20-22.

Greenberg, Daniel (2013) Welsh devolution, Legal Information Management, 13, p134-138.

Holden, Russell, (2011) Never forget you're Welsh: the role of sport as a political device in post-devolution Wales. Sport and Society, 14 (2), p272-288.

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Kay, A. (2005) Territorial justice and devolution, The British Journal of Politics & International Relations, 7 (4), p544-560.

Laffin, M. (2004) Is regional centralism inevitable? The case of the Welsh Assembly, Regional Studies, 38 (2), p213-223.

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Mitchell, J. (2006) Evolution and devolution: citizenship, institutions and public policy, Publius, 36 (1), p153-168.

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Ariannu Datganoli

Mae'r cyhoeddiadau isod yn delio â gwahanol agweddau ar sut y mae'r Cynulliad a sefydliadau datganoledig eraill y DU wedi cael ei ariannu ers datganoli.

Y Gwasanaeth Ymchwil | Cynulliad Cenedlaethol Cymru

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