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    how do I reference something if I have reworded it ?
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    If it's someone else's idea that you've simply reworded you just reference it as usual:

    Baker (1999) stated that: "..." (direct quotation).

    The work of Baker showed that ..rewording...

    You need to look at your faculty's referencing guidelines (usually APA) to know for sure.
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    On my science course at UoC direct quotations in work are unwelcome and there is a cap on the number used in an assignment. Re-word it then put (Baker, 1999). You can check that is is sufficiently different from the original using the turnitin test area. The is a good quick guide to Harvard referencing on the Cite it Right website.
 
 
 
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