Which of the following best describes Victorian attitudes toward morality a

Which of the following best describes victorian

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49.Which of the following best describes Victorian attitudes toward morality?a.progressive and experimentalb.expressive and uninhibitedc.rational and indifferentd.hypocritical and repressive50.Which of the following persons is known to have done survey research on the sexuality of women during the Victorian Era?51.Which of the following individuals was a writer during the Protestant Reformation who recognized that marital sex was acceptable for reasons besides procreation?52.Which of the following individuals would MOST disagree with the philosophies of Mary Wollstonecraft?53.Which of the following was true during the Protestant Reformation?a.The ideas of Augustine and Aquinas dominated Western thought.b.The practice of courtly love flourished.c.The concept of sex for procreation was challenged.d.Sexual decadence was at its peak.54.The opposing images of women as the virgin Madonna and evil temptress Eve was crystallized during:
55.Which of the following BEST describes the concept of "courtly love"?56.Which of the following statements regarding the practice of courtly love is FALSE?57.Witch hunts were the partial result of:a.exotic cults.b.the practice of courtly love.c.the portrayal of Eve as an evil temptress.d.the clash in female roles that occurred during the Victorian era.58.The witch hunts that began in the 15th century were reflective of:59.The dominant image of Black womanhood, the Jezebel, was a(n):

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