عنوان مقاله [English]
During the closed fishing season, lower-class young men of Hormoz island subsist on the Three- Legged; the cargo tricycles, used as touristic Tuk Tuks. At first sight, it seemed that Sepa drivers work only for the satisfaction of survival requirements with a daily income, just like fishing. The main question was then how could such an economic habitus, conceptualized here as Daily-Bread Receiving [consuming what has been earned daily], endured through time and socially accommodated. First, I tried to study the economic, infrastructural, and social sustainability of Three- Legged. Furthermore, I showed how the habitus of Daily-Bread Receiving coexisted the accumulative disposition of wealth and transformed into the capitalistic class conflicts. The family network of power with its close ties to the public and private institutions, demonstrates clearly the relationship between social classes and the amount and frequency of accumulation. For this, I used classical ethnography research methods such as observation, deep interviewing, participating and interpretations.